CHICAGO -- Emerging market investors shouldn't yet write off China as a growth market, or Russia or Turkey as profit centers, say portfolio managers.
Indeed, investors predicting the "ultimate demise" of China as a growth market are making a major mistake, argued Justin Leverenz, portfolio manager of Oppenheimer Developing Markets.
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