And three Aussie investments potentially linked
to China’s rising middle class…
The China of years ago and the China of today are two very different countries.
In 2000, just 4% of China’s urban population was considered middle class. Fast forward to 2012, and that number increased to a whopping 68%.
China’s newfound wealth is astonishing.
Today, we want to show you the three opportunities to watch related to China’s new boom in 2019.
That’s why we’ve put together a brand-new report called: ‘China’s New Boom: Three Aussie Investments Primed to Soar in 2019 and Beyond’.
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- Cashed up Chinese citizens splurging on this Aussie gem…with demand growing 20% annually and no signs of slowing down. Newly rich Chinese are forking out for this ‘uniquely Australian’ item as they can’t find it locally. As a matter of fact, Australia is the only place earth that has it.
- Australia’s new Chinese driven commodity boom…forget iron ore, coal, or oil…this is what China will need for the next decade. China’s new middle class are more affluent than ever. But as more citizens flock to urban areas, this presents a problem for the government — one that they’re trying to solve as fast as possible. The simple solution…one Aussie resource we have in abundance. But it might not be what you think.
- The US$36 trillion industry that Chinese want. This small technological innovation may seem unexciting to Australians, but it’s a way of life for millions of Chinese. So much so it could be responsible for US$36 trillion in spending in 2019 alone. There are two key players that dominate this market in China — and more investment opportunities, if you know where to look.
You’ll learn all this and more in our brand-new report: ‘China’s New Boom: Three Aussie Investments Primed to Soar in 2019 and Beyond’.
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