Shaun Rein

Asia has developed from the poor kid at the block into one of the leading economic forces, led by consumers, tells business analyst Shaun Rein at the BBC. “It rivals the US in trade and economic influence.”

The BBC:

“This is the era of Asian-consumption led global growth,” says Shaun Rein, managing director of China Market Research Group.

“From a region wanting to be an economic superpower, Asia has become one. It now rivals the US in terms of global economic and trade influence,” he adds…

“As wages rise in China, many companies are setting up factories in other countries such Vietnam and Cambodia,” explains Mr Rein of the China Market Research Group.

Mr Rein explains that as firms set up facilities in those countries, more people are finding new and in some cases better-paying jobs.

“That is creating a whole new middle class in those countries, with more disposable incomes,” he says.

More at the BBC.

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