05
Jan
11

Asian Commerce – Strong and Comfortable

Asia understands the value of commerce.

One of the most confusing, yet comforting things about our Asian business is the nature of the Asian marketplace. The economies in the region go from incredibly large like China, to small, as in North Korea. Some are dynamic, with growth rates nearing fifteen percent, and others working just to keep the economy moving forward.

Some currencies struggle with inflation, some have infrastructure issues that mitigate even the most friendly trade policies. Regulation, politics, customs and language all bring challenges to commerce in the region.

The advantage of this wide mix of circumstances is that they all blend together to form a strong and consistent picture. The region’s growth is undeniable, and it is fueling the revitalization of the U.S. and Europe. Sure there are stock market rises and falls on each exchange, but for every bad day in Japan, you will find positive days in China and Vietnam.

We can see how each country works to solve its individual growing pain. We can also see how each economy learns by what its neighbor does to combat its issues. We see each country now face its own challenges with the benefit of the experiences of other countries, and so far, it is serving the region very well. It has become a comfortable and inviting place for commerce.

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