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With China's "slowing" growth, many investors are looking at domestic companies with big international bets and wondering whether China is still the same growth engine it's been heralded as for the past few years. The answer is yes, but the growth isn't as universal as it may have been five or six years ago. Instead, China's economy is shifting toward more consumer-facing companies. This trend will continue to benefit the likes of McDonald's and Starbucks, but it may not be the best for companies such as Caterpillar.
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