Are China's Debt Woes Enough to Put Investors Off?

Chinese stocks fell, led by consumer and industrial companies, amid concern of a worsening slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy and rising corporate debt. The Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.4 percent, all but erasing Monday’s gains. Consumer staples, the best performers over the past four months, fell for among the biggest drops among industry groups. Commodity producers advanced as oil prices climbed and President Xi Jinping vowed to press ahead with plans to cut capacity at state-owned enterprises. London & Capital Investment Director Ashok Shah discusses with "On the Move" hosts Matt Miller in Berlin and Guy Johnson in London.

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