"...emerging markets will grow faster than the
developed world for decades to come."

Gideon Rachman, The Financial Times

An Emerging-Market Evolution

The way investors think about emerging markets has been evolving—along with the markets themselves. One thing we at Templeton Emerging Markets Group emphasize is that one can’t consider emerging markets as one asset class; the opportunities are very differentiated between

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India: Strong Growth Persists Despite New Challenges

India remains one of the fastest growing emerging market economies Due to recent cash shortages, growth is projected to slow temporarily this fiscal year Maintaining the reform momentum is key to stronger growth India’s overall outlook remains positive, although growth

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Greece: Priorities for a Return to Sustainable Growth

Debt relief alone is also not sufficient to address Greece’s policy challenges IMF News Greece should deepen and accelerate reforms, which, together with further debt relief, are needed to allow the economy to return to a sustainable growth path, the

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Has investor pessimism toward Mexico gone too far? Make Mexico Great Again

Arriving at Benito Juárez international airport is often a painful experience due to long queues at immigration. This time, however, we whisked through the electronic passport scan and were immediately greeted in arrivals by a cheerful local group wearing hats

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CPP forecasts highest real rate of return from emerging markets

Additional returns from active management will reduce overall investment expenses The Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Canada’s largest public pension plan, forecasts that it will receive the highest real rate of return from investing in emerging markets up until 2025. The

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PwC: China and India to be most powerful economies of 2050

China has already overtaken the US as the world’s most powerful economy and India will have displaced it to third position by 2050, according to the accounting and professional services group PwC. In its newly-published report, entitled ‘The Long View: How

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