China's economy may be slowing; nevertheless, investors should still include Southeast Asian and Australian stocks in their portfolios through ETFs and mutual funds, says Paul Christopher, Chief International Strategist at Wells Fargo Advisors. Christopher says Southeast Asian economies have diversified away from pure trade and are now geared toward domestic consumption. He also says China is continuing to build and still needs Australian natural resources like copper.

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