Despite strict guidelines and barriers within China, which tend to turn off global fund houses from conducting business, Fidelity International recently announced that it is ready and willing to pursue joint ventures there sometime in the near future.

Since 2002, a handful of global financial firms have entered into the Chinese market and successfully set up Sino-foreign fund ventures. However, the international affiliate of mutual fund giant Fidelity Investments has long avoided doing so. 

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