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It will take time for superannuation changes to truly take shape, but in the mean time we should have eyes on China.

Summary: While many individuals race off to financial advisors in light of the 2016 budget’s proposed super changes, I suggest that people wait it out. There is a lot of detail to be fleshed out in the actual legislation. Meanwhile, changes in the way Australian banks are lending to overseas buyers could mean that in the long term, those from China and other parts of Asia that have purchased off the plan apartments might not be able to honour those payments.

Key take out: Australia’s economic future relies on an assumption that China will muddle through yet remain relatively stable – however, levels of debt in the country are of concern.

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