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|Invitation to an Investment Tour Opportunity to Southeast Asia|
by Chris Mayer
The Next Great Consumer Market - "It's like China, only 10 or 15 years ago..."
Southeast Asia Profit Expedition
Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand
January 18-31, 2011
Laptops … smart phones … LCD TVs …
"Move aside American consumer. Asian consumers, particularly Chinese, are the ones buying up consumer electronics these days," reports the Wall Street Journal. But it doesn't stop there. Toothpaste … cars … wine … Prada handbags …
For a long time now, Asia’s economies, generally, have been geared toward servicing the West, toward exports. But now we're seeing a transformation, the rise of the Asian consumer.
And Southeast Asia is the next great consumer market to open up.
"Asia is looking good… Very good, in fact. Not that you’d know that by listening to Wall Street. It still tends to think Asia is closely hitched to the United States’ shopping whims. But that is quite simply no longer true." -- Tony Daltorio, Investment U Research
That's why we're heading there this January. And I'd like to invite -- and encourage -- you to come along. For more information on this custom designed investment tour to Southeast Asia, please contact us for more details.
Click here for tour details
Introduction to Singapore
In the west, we know Asia as "the Mysterious East." Indeed, all of the world's great religions have originated somewhere in the realm of Asia. A visitor from the west soon realizes that the cultural antecedents so familiar from Europe's origins are absent here, and the resulting confluence of sights and sounds wash over the mind like a dream.
The continent's boarders shift as we contemplate both geography and geo-politics. From the Black Sea in the west to China and Japan in the far east, Asia holds one wonder after the next to experience and see. Its highest point is Mount Everest, rising 8,848 meters (29,028 feet) above sea level. The continent's lowest point is the Dead Sea, the surface of which is approximately 400 m (1,312 feet) below sea level. Asia's longest river is China's four thousand mile Yangtze. Within Asia's boarders is the vast Caspian Sea, surrounded by several central Asian nations. The sub-continent of India, the vast nation of China, the smaller industrial powers of Japan, South Korea and Thailand all figure into the amazingly complex matrix that is Asia.
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