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Going out

19 November 2014 By Robyn Mak

The country has $5.9 trillion of foreign assets. But almost two-thirds are currency reserves held by the central bank. The result is that China earns less on these assets than it pays to overseas investors. Rising outbound investment suggests that may slowly change.

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