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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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Will the Global Economy Ever Escape the “Low-Growth Trap?”
By admin June 14, 2016

The World Bank recently revealed its updated 2016 Global Growth Forecast. The 2016 global growth rate is forecast to reach 2.4 percent, which is 0.5 percent lower than the 2.9 percent pace projected in January. There are four key factors contributing to this move: sluggish growth in advanced economies, stubbornly low commodity prices, weak global

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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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