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Future of Consumption

By the year 2027, annual consumption in China is expected to reach $8.2 trillion, or nearly twice what it had been just a decade earlier. In India, annual consumer spending is expected to rise even more dramatically, from about $1.5 trillion currently to $6 trillion by 2030. In order to enable people who deserve to have their hard work translate into an ability to buy the things they need, and want, more infrastructure is necessary - more roads enabling access to urban areas, and more bank branches to access cash. However, increased global consumption will inevitably have an environmental impact. People need to be educated about making sustainable choices, and those choices need...

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