Because of a rebound in its two major stock markets and its strong economy, China is capturing the interest of international fund managers for the first time in more than two years, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Moves to remove the overhang of non-tradable shares and easing curbs on international portfolio investment in the market have piqued managers' interest in China.

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