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A worried investor can be seen watching stock prices in Shanghai as the jury seems out on the market reaction to Beijing's sweeping response to the sharp fall of equity markets in China. Photo: Reuters

Investors still not convinced by Beijing’s bid to end US$2.8 trillion market rout

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Restoring battered investor confidence is the cornerstone of Beijing’s sweeping response to a US$2.8 trillion domestic stock market rout that could yet set-off a systemic crisis and derail reforms to transform the country’s economic model.

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