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Matthews Asia: Shareholder Letter and Commentaries

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Mon, 29 Apr 2013

Dear Valued Investors, When we look at investments in Asia, we try to look beyond the near term. We try to assess what is sustainable beyond the noise of media headlines. In the near term, many Asian economies seem to be on the upswing of a credit cycle, but how can growth be sustained without caus

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