China's young high-net-worth individuals are more focused on adding to their wealth than thinking about things such as life insurance, says a new survey. Photo: EPA China's young high-net-worth individuals are more focused on adding to their wealth than thinking about things such as life insurance, says a new survey. Photo: EPA
China's young high-net-worth individuals are more focused on adding to their wealth than thinking about things such as life insurance, says a new survey. Photo: EPA

China’s young affluent class ‘focus more on wealth than life insurance’

The study by insurance firm AIA China and ‘Forbes China’ magazine also predicts number of mainlanders with assets of more than 10 million yuan will reach 1.12 million by the end of 2015

China's young high-net-worth individuals are more focused on adding to their wealth than thinking about things such as life insurance, says a new survey. Photo: EPA China's young high-net-worth individuals are more focused on adding to their wealth than thinking about things such as life insurance, says a new survey. Photo: EPA
China's young high-net-worth individuals are more focused on adding to their wealth than thinking about things such as life insurance, says a new survey. Photo: EPA
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