250 million Chinese have moved from the country into cities

Since 1985 250 million have left farms and agricultural occupations to seek fame and fortune in the cities.There is now a huge growing middle class. 62 million people have moved from $1 a day to earning an income which has turned them into rampant consumers.Consider the immediate implications - less food production - Increased consumerism (good or bad)? And the long term consequences as 250 million people want two cars per family (and why shouldn't they)? And 250 million people are no longer intrested in food production.Interesting times. annStats from McKinsey $ CompanySign up for our POWERTOOLS newsletter - tips and tools for growing your business, and receive a FREE e-book - 25 Ways To Beat a RecessionAnn Andrews CSPThe Corporate Tool-boxOnline Business and Training Resources