Fidelity China Special Situations, China’s growth still better than the rest (VIDEO)

Fidelity China Special Situations (LON:FCSS) is the topic of conversation when Mark Thomas, Analyst at Hardman & Co joins DirectorsTalk Interviews.

Mark gives us a summary of his report entitled “The Peking duck is not burning to a crisp”, expands on the risks to growth, explains what is built into market prices, the government action and puts it all into perspective.

Fidelity China Special Situations is a large British investment trust dedicated to long-term investments in Asia.

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