Emerging market countries are still growing much faster than developed countries

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”Since the start of the financial crisis, emerging market countries together have posted gross domestic product growth of 15 per cent, while developed markets have only grown 4 per cent. And emerging markets’ faster growth is likely to continue. China is still growing at around 7.5 per cent and many smaller emerging markets countries are posting similarly fast rates. With emerging market countries now a large part of the global economy, not owning them may mean missing out on a good part of global growth.”

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