Finding Value in China

December 18, 2023 00:31:11
Finding Value in China
PzenaPerspectives
Finding Value in China

Dec 18 2023 | 00:31:11

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Show Notes

Portfolio Manager Akhil Subramanian and Co-Chief Investment Officer John Goetz discuss the current opportunity in China for value investors, including companies they find most compelling (Haier, China Overseas Land & Investment, Alibaba) on the latest episode of PzenaPerspectives.

Recording Date: December 13, 2023

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