The Chinese economy may be slowing, but don't be fearful of a hard landing, says Rahul Chadha, Co-CIO of Mirae Asset Global Investments. Chadha says investors should buy the dips in Chinese stocks as the country's growth stabilizes over the next few months. His favorite stocks continue to be consumption-based companies as well as internet and clean energy plays. As for India, Chadha says domestic stocks recover as inflation improves and a pro-business government takes control.

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