The rise of Asia

Asia has changed immeasurably over the last two decades, with some economies like China and India growing physically by 6-7 per cent a year. Asia is now less susceptible to shocks, far more self-sustaining, and has managed to side-step some developmental hurdles by leapfrogging with technology. In this paper Kerr Neilson would like investors to view Asia from a new perspective and he explains why it’s necessary to adapt your thinking on the Asian superpower.

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Click here to hear from Platinum’s Andrew Clifford on why we need to think internationally and develop a savings mentality to reinvent our retirements.

This article was first published by Platinum Asset Management.


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