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Spain and Portugal have begun to recover, but countries like Greece continue to lag behind the rest of the region, says Bert Colijn of ING.
Fourteen sources, including Tencent, Baidu and CRRC, are investing in China Unicom. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Emerging markets are undervalued when compared against equities in developed markets, says Cedric Chehab of BMI Research.