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What will Chinese buy the most in next 10 years?

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The rise of the Chinese consumer dominated headlines over the past five years and will likely continue doing so as Beijing engineers a shift towards consumption-driven growth.

Earlier this year, economists from Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase predicted wage growth would increase by 10 to 11 percent in 2014. Foreign and domestic companies are betting on this higher spending power to boost their bottom lines.

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With Chinese consumption on the rise, which do you think will see the greatest demand over the next decade?

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