Your China Exposure Could Be Better

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Despite its recent struggles, few investors will argue much with the idea that China is the most important economy in the world. The powerhouse continues to expand at a blistering pace, and much of the excitement over the growth potential in China relates urbanization. Large swaths of the Chinese population are moving from rural areas to cities, taking up their first non-agricultural jobs -- and finding themselves with discretionary income for the first time. That causes a swelling of the middle class, which results in money trickling down throughout all major corners of the economy....597 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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