Join us, and tap into the rapid growth of emerging markets. Emerging market nations today are striving to join the next wave of developed nations.
A compelling growth story
Japan and the US, two of the world's most powerful economies, were once emerging markets. Emerging market nations today are also striving to join the next wave of developed nations.
Definition of emerging markets
The term "emerging markets" was first introduced in early 1980s by World Bank economist Antoine van Agtmael. Although commonly used these days, its definition and list of nations are not exactly same among institutions.
Engines of world growth
In the eyes of many, emerging markets may seem like vast, underdeveloped lands suffering from the symptoms of overpopulation. Yet emerging markets, or EM, actually account for a large portion of the world economy.
Solid economic fundamentals
Many investors still regard emerging markets as risky and volatile places to put their money. But the picture has been changing rapidly in recent years. With enhanced competitiveness and the support of both governments and private institutions, stability in emerging markets has increased significantly.
If you have travelled or lived in an emerging nation, you have probably noticed that infrastructure in these markets tends to lag behind that of developed nations. Local governments in emerging markets have budgeted billions of dollars for improvements to communication networks, roads, ports, electricity and aviation, to name a few.
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