US rivals' economic policy differences 'are small'


On Thursday, China begins the process of its once in a decade leadership change. But ahead of that, the US presidential election takes place on Tuesday.

Jobs creation has been one of the campaign promises from both incumbent President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney.

Economic reform has also been a hot topic during the campaign.

Asia Business Report's Sharanjit Leyl spoke to Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer about the difference between the two candidates' economic policies.

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