Global Supermarket

July 2007
Forbes Asia;7/23/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 13, p102
The article states that low valuations or excellent growth prospects are making Asia attractive to investors. Among the world's biggest stock markets, China sells at the steepest premium to estimated 2007 profits, a price/earnings multiple of 26. Securities analysts think that China, India, Mexico and Taiwan will post the best earnings growth over the next three to five years.


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