Promising Prospects in Asia Spell Big Changes Ahead

November 2011
Forbes Asia;Nov2011, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p14
The article reports on the recovery in Asia's economies from the 2008 global recessions. An Asia Wealth Report launched by Julius Baer Group Ltd. predicted that the combined wealth of high-net-worth individuals in Asia will triple in value from today's 5.6 trillion dollars by 2015. However, on the other hand, the world economic outlook has turned darker.


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