Entering China the Warren way

When the world's richest man takes a substantial stake in a Chinese company, is now the time to get more involved in A-shares? Guotai Junan thinks so.

It is worth paying attention when the world's richest man ûand arguably one of its most successful investors û does something in your neck of the woods. On Monday, a subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway spent $230 million on a 10% stake in Chinese rechargeable battery manufacturer BYD Company. And with markets around Asia at a low, now could be the right time to enact Buffett's investment philosophy of buying stocks cheap and holding them long.

At least that...

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