China is too large to ignore, but here’s why it differs from most other investments

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Tread carefully in the China trade, says one top exchange-traded fund provider.Asia markets bounced back Thursday after a week of selling spurred by debt issues at Evergrande, one of China's largest property developers.Evergrande's problems shouldn't render China a no-touch zone for investors, said DWS Group's Arne Noack, one of the brains behind the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF (ASHR)."China is very much investable. However, we would definitely caution that China should not be looked at as a market like the U.S. or, let's say, most of Western Europe," the firm's head of systematic investment solutions for the Americas told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday."China obviously as an economy is subject to much more stringent and severe regulation. The regulatory risk on individual sectors and individual companies is significantly heightened," Noack said.As such, investors must take care to understand how their China-based ETFs are positioned within its market, he said.Ch
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