China knows what it's doing – honest

Independent research executives said the government should be trusted to steer the country's economic transformation.

China’s growth story is still alive despite patchy reforms, a disappointing Shanghai free-trade zone and an immature currency, according to a panel of investment experts on Wednesday.

Their message was that the Chinese government should be trusted to lead the world’s second-biggest economy through a difficult transformation and that China remains crucial on the global stage.     

“If you’re not bullish on China, you’d better be bullish on the US because Europe won’t lead us to the promised land,” said Peter Perkins, global strategist partner at the Macro Research Board pictured far right.

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