No, of course it's no real concern, so long as such a decision involves mutual consent. I've always found it odd though that, in either the situation of a mail-order bride, or an Indian dowry, that one side is expected to "pay", or expected to be "bought" signifying some degree of inequality within the relationship.
I think I recall reading that in some Asian countries, marriage is more about financial security and things like that, so for many it may be a natural fit.
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