Cathay’s Cheng Says Asia Has Two-Year Wait Until Trade Picks Up

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Sophia Cheng, chief investment officer at Cathay Financial Holding Co., speaks during the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016.

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Asia must shift from exports to domestic consumption to drive growth as it waits for a pickup in world trade, according to Sophia Cheng of Cathay Financial Holding Co.

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