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China's transition: Risks and opportunities for S-E Asia

While Beijing may increase sabre-rattling in South China Sea, rising wages in the country offer an opportunity to capture greater share of global manufacturing.

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China's switch to a consumption-driven growth model could create opportunities for Asean, both in terms of creating attractive export markets and increased tourism in the region.

THE substantial devaluation of the renminbi against the US dollar and the tumbling Chinese stock markets have renewed global concerns that the Chinese economic miracle is coming to an end. Is this really the case, and what does it mean for South-east Asia?

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