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Chinese equities bounce back

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In the olden days, Chinese stock markets did not exist. Incremental reforms since President Nixon’s 1972 visit to Beijing – the first one to do so since the Republic was founded in 1949 – mean today the giant nation is unrecognisable from those days. It is once again one of the very biggest global economies, a status it held from 1500 BC to 1000 AD.

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