Hong Kong and Singapore
Asia holds one of the greatest growth opportunities in terms of emerging markets. The area is ripe with resources and is one of the few places in the world where underdeveloped countries neighbor developed countries. The time to invest in this region just keeps getting better. China is continually facing pressure from the U.S. Along with other trading partners and developed nations as it pertains to its currency. The Chinese currency has long been a gripe of most investors. It is not pegged to anything and floats rather freely on the moods of China's fiscal policy makers. Instead of giving in and pegging its yuan to a more suitable fixed currency, China is looking to partner with other countries to lessen the currency divide. The two places that China is looking to for help in the globalization its currency are Hong Kong and Singapore.