By Ritu Kalra NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - The China growth story is so big that few major U.S. investors can afford to ignore it, and many are searching for ways to make money out of the phenomenon -- without losing their shirts. Judging by the attendance of more than 250 investment managers at the China Investment Forum in New York this week, moves by Chinese authorities to take some heat out of that nation's red-hot economy have done little to dent its lure. But participants came ...
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