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Portfolio managers say there is  rise in high-quality stocks in China and brands like Xiaomi, Midea and Haier are no longer seen as good Chinese products, but good brands overall. 
Photo: Li Zhihao/VCG via Getty Images
Portfolio managers say there is rise in high-quality stocks in China and brands like Xiaomi, Midea and Haier are no longer seen as good Chinese products, but good brands overall. Photo: Li Zhihao/VCG via Getty Images

Before Covid-19 disrupted the world order like it did in 2020, the world expected China to become the biggest global economy sometime on the early 2030s.

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