Investors seek refuge in China as Fed, inflation roil other markets

Major central banks are preparing to withdraw the excess stimulus measures of the past couple of years.

Photo: Bloomberg

Photo: Bloomberg

Foreign investors are piling into China at the start of 2022, seeing it as a haven from the inflation, growth and pandemic problems plaguing most other markets. Despite seeing returns

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First Published: Jan 26 2022 | 11:59 AM IST

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