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Under the Banyan Tree - Is China heading the way of Japan in the '90s?

Fred Neumann, Head of Asian Economics Research, is joined by Steven Sun, Head of Research at HSBC Qianhai Securities, to discuss why Chinese equities have slumped in 2022, and whether the country is headed for a Japan-style balance sheet correction.

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