Shinzo Abe's political success notwithstanding, there are reasons for newfangled optimism for non-Japanese Asian ETFs. Specifically, China's leaders appear to be looking for an avenue to stimulate the Chinese economy. Beijing News reported that Premier Li Keqiang will make sure to keep economic growth above 7%. Unlike the volatility associated with yen-devaluing quantitative easing in Japan, fiscal and monetary programs by Chinese leadership are likely to increase demand for foreign-made products and services. EWH, EWT and EWY could benefit.
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