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Asia: Fed Fears, China Liquidity Squeeze Add to Investor Woes in 2Q

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Sun, 30 Jun 2013

Amid bleak economic signs and a worsening liquidity crunch in China, investors' risk appetite took a further blow in the second quarter.

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