Wealth in Asia-Pacific grew faster than in other regions around ...
Jun 12th, 2010
(AFP/File) - Wealth in Asia-Pacific grew faster than in other regions around the world in 2009, according to a new global study. Singapore saw the highest growth in millionaire households, up 35 percent, followed by 33 percent for Malaysia, 32 percent for Slovakia, and 31 percent for China, the report stated.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman) -
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