As Amundi Asset Management seeks to become one of the top five asset management firms in the world, finding growth in China has become a key thrust. Last month, the French asset manager launched a wealth management joint venture in Shanghai so as to tap growing wealth in that market. It also plans to establish an outbound investment business in Beijing as China becomes more welcoming to global asset management firms, as part of a broader reform of its financial sector.

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