Despite concerns that China's investment in infrastructure will result in industrial overcapacity and real estate speculation, the chairwoman of China equities and commodities at J.P. Morgan, Jing Ulrich, believes that investors have little to fear. Bank lending is strong; land prices have risen sharply and the Chinese stock market has had a strong run. As it develops, China's appetite for infrastructure will be almost insatiable, Ulrich writes.

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