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People in the Know 2008-07-02
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For years many underestimated the potential growth in China. Even after then-Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping implemented the Reform and Opening Up process and proclaimed that 'to get rich is glorious,' many around the world still hesitated to invest in China.  But those days appear to be well over. With record-breaking economic growth on a yearly basis, those same people that were bearish about China's prospects are now clamoring to get in on the action.  But is China alone in this phenomenon, or are other emerging markets such as Russia, India and Brazil seeing the same trend? 

Ni hao, you're listening to People In the Know, your window into the world around you, online at crienglish.com here on China Radio International.  In this edition of the show we'll be discussing investments in emerging markets.  So let's get started.

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First we'll talk to an expert with the ADB.  Mr. Wan Guanghua is a Senior Economist with the Asian Development Bank.

(Dialogue with Wan)

And after a short break, we'll talk to an investment expert in England.

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Ni hao, you're listening to People In the Know, your window into the world around you, online at crienglish.com here on China Radio International.  I'm Paul James in Beijing.  In this edition of the show we're discussing investments in emerging markets such as China.  For more on this we're joined on the line now by Mr. Ben Yearsley, Investment Manager at Hargreaves Landsdown in England.

(Dialogue with Yearsley)

And with that we close out this edition of People In the Know, online at crienglish.com here on China Radio International.  Emerging markets all have their particular issues.  However, fundamentally speaking, the fact that they're generally growing do make them good spots to put your money.  Questions or comments for us can be sent to crieng@crifm.com.  For Executive Director Zhao Yang and Producer Yang Jingjie, I'm Paul James in Beijing.  We'll talk to you tomorrow.

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