China’s consumer boom shows no sign of fatigue, says EFG’s Mok
by Chris Sloley on Nov 02, 2012 at 14:20
The twin effects of a political change and a government-designed growth slowdown will not undermine the opportunities being created by China’s booming consumer class.
Speaking to Citywire Global, Mok, who joined EFG from GAM in May, also said he expects consumer discretionary and automotive names to flourish as the number of middle income households grows substantially over the next 10 years.
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