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China's state-authorised overseas investment scheme - part of the country's financial services market opening - had a poor debut last year. It was hampered by the swift rise of domestic stock markets and the steady appreciation of the Chinese currency against the dollar. This combination made foreign assets appear relatively unattractive and loss-making in renminbi terms.

The scheme, known officially as the qualified domestic institutional investor (QDII) programme, was launched in July, when the

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