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Cost of instability

2 March 2014 By John Foley

The shocking knife attack that killed at least 33 in the Southwest suggests rising ethnic tension. Until now, belief in China’s relative stability has helped keep its cost of capital down. Even a small reassessment may hit assets, from real estate to the yuan, at a fragile time.

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