Are investors in Asia too reliant on China and India?

Added 10th April 2017

While China and India are not the only countries in Asia changing their economic make-up, they are without doubt the largest - but is their influence on the rest of the region disproportionately large?

India and China dominate the direction of economic growth for Asia, for good and bad. But are they drowning out the investment opportunities in the rest of the region, in countries like Malaysia, Bangladesh, Vietnam and the Philippines?

We gauged the opinion of three expert investors in Asia to kick-start the discussion of what the principal influences on where they invest are.

Listen in to see who described what as ‘absolutely critical’ to the success of Asia and who is looking more closely at the quality of growth rather than the country of growth.

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