Bulls In The China ShopBy and
When Beijing first allowed foreigners to buy shares on China's two fledgling stock markets in February, investor enthusiasm was at a fever pitch. China has long been considered to have enormous potential as a manufacturing center and consumer market. But U.S. investors had no easy way to take a direct stake in China's economic future.
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