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January 22, 2018
Can investors profit from Asia's rapid population growth?
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A country's demographics are but one factor in determining the pace of economic growth. Vanguard experts discuss what factors contribute to economic growth.
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Podcast: Why has the number of public companies fallen?
In this podcast, Vanguard's Jim Rowley explains why investors need not worry about the falling number of public companies in the United States.
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