Fidelity China Special Situations China growth story + market-beating style (Analyst Interview)

Fidelity China Special Situations plc (LON:FCSS) is the topic of conversation when Mark Thomas, Analyst at Hardman & Co joins DirectorsTalk Interviews. Mark gives us a brief overview of his report entitled ´China growth story + market-beating returns´, explains how it has generated 3x market returns since launch, provides more detail on its flexible mandate, the risks of regulatory intervention and other risks like Evergrande.

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

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