Concern over a slower growth rate for China has rattled global equities, after a stream of disappointing economic data. Companies such as General Motors, Boeing and Caterpillar have significant investment in China - which represents a three hundred billion dollar market for U.S. firms. Joohee An of Mirae Asset Management says investment opportunities still abound throughout Asia for savvy stockpickers. These include accessing companies which will benefit from the growth of the Asian consumer.

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