Chinese GDP growth was more than 10% according to yesterday’s report. China is taking steps to clamp down on credit expansion to avoid an over heating economy.
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China had one child policy for a while and is likely to face an aging population that will become a problem in a decade. Japan already has this problem and is likely to get worse starting 2014. But do we have enough reason to ignore demographics and jump into these Asian markets and expect great returns?