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The New Kazakhstan: Central Asia’s most promising emerging market
By admin October 8, 2018

When thinking of emerging markets, BRICS often come to mind. However, Kazakhstan’s dedication to enhancing economic prosperity and its location as the link between Europe and Asia, make it a prime destination for foreign direct investment (FDI). On October 4th, the Council on Foreign Relations hosted the Kazakhstan in a Changing Eurasia conference. The all-day event, sponsored by

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Emerging Markets Continuing Progress in Light of Struggle
By admin July 18, 2018

Emerging markets (EMs) are considerably new and thus figuring out their path. The term emerging markets was coined in the late 19th century, but by 2016, the heavyweights of EMs accounted for 48% of Global GDP according to a report by Cornell University. Although emerging markets play a significant role in the world economy, developments

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THE BASSIOUNI GROUP (TBG CAPITAL) AND SPENCER BARNOR CAPITAL JOIN NEWLY LAUNCHED “CONVERGENCE INVESTMENT NETWORK”
By admin April 27, 2017

TBG Capital, The Bassiouni Group’s investment division, is excited to announce a new milestone in its ongoing development: Together with its investment partner Spencer Barnor Capital, TBG Capital has united with the Convergence Investment Network, the newly-launched online platform from Toronto-based Convergence that “connects credible private, public, and philanthropic investors with one another to invest

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Are Emerging Markets Still a Good Investment?
By admin March 15, 2017

Photo by Selvan Tamilmani   Multiple factors such as political instability and limited export growth had made emerging markets less attractive in the recent years but the trend looks to soon be reversing. In 2016, emerging-market economies grew just three percentage points faster than developed nations. And even though it is lower than what it

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Will Emerging Markets Enter into a Global Recession?
By admin September 1, 2015

  The great fall of China and its twenty-first century success story came to a great surprise for many people last week. More importantly, the country’s economic slowdown may perhaps signal the next global recession, impacting developing countries and emerging markets the hardest. The first downturn occurred nearly seven years ago, due largely to contractions

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