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Nordic pension fund managers set high hopes for Chinese market

China is not more high-risk than other markets. But you have to make an effort and team up with local expertise, claim Nordic pension fund managers.

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Nordic pension fund managers have long-term faith in China as an investment market.

Institutional investors' news site IPE.com has asked two pension fund managers from PBU in Copenhagen and AP2 in Stockholm to explain the case for investing in China and their experience in investing in the country.

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