NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- China has become a major area of focus as we embark upon the final months of 2011. With macroeconomic concerns weighing heavily across the globe, fears of a "hard landing" for this global economic growth engine are once again making the rounds.Slowdown fears will likely present a challenge for ETFs designed to target the Chinese equity markets. For some funds, however, this may not be the only hurdle standing in the way.
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