Emerging Market Opportunities

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Emerging markets remain important, even with mixed growth predictions for China and other markets over next several years

Emerging markets remain important, even with mixed growth predictions for China and other markets over next several years

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Definition Definition
  • Economic growth and emergence of new markets in developing countries, including rising global middle class
Outlook Outlook
  • Slower growth in China, as transition to consumer-driven sustainable economic model results in lower factory output, real estate slump, potential for loan defaults, and lowest GDP targets in 30 years
  • Accelerated India growth due to increased confidence, lower energy prices, Western-friendly government reforms and growing Indian-based technology companies
  • Continued struggling of countries GDP-dependent on oil, including Nigeria, Russia and Venezuela
Implications Implications
  • Sustaining developing market growth rates higher than most developing countries, despite occasional slowdowns
  • Driving economic expansion in markets like India to offset China's slowing growth
  • Steering development of new business and innovation centers in developing countries
Innovators

Innovators

    Brazil, China, India, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey
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