Over the 35 years I have been an investor in Asia, many of the region's cities have transformed at an amazing pace. My first trip was in 1983. I visited shipyards in Singapore that are now high-rise flats and trendy bars, and rubber plantations in Malaysia that have become industrial parks.
Shanghai's Pudong area in the mid-1980s was mostly fields and today it is home to highways, tunnels, bridges and one of China's largest airports. The gleaming skyscrapers are the epitome of modernisation...
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