Renowned investor Jim Rogers has revealed that he has begun buying Chinese shares again as the market has bottomed, reports The Daily Telegraph. Rogers, who founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in the 1970s, said at a Beijing seminar he was focusing his interests on Asian agriculture, tourism, airlines and education. In the last 4-5 weeks, he said, he had been buying shares in China “for the first time in a long time”. Rogers recently sold his New York mansion and moved to Singapore, citing Asia’s investment potential as the key factor.
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