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

Gideon Rachman, The Financial Times

Oil and Emerging Markets: A Double-Edged Sword

The price of oil has plummeted this year as a result of increased volatility in most markets and a temporary imbalance of supply and demand. In view of continued long-term world growth, particularly in emerging- and frontier-market countries, we believe

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ASEAN’s Ambitious Agenda

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is an example of how smaller global economies can band together to exert a more powerful influence within the international community and have their collective voice heard. ASEAN is made up of 10

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Malaysia’s Developing Vision

My travels recently took me to Malaysia, a country that has experienced robust growth rates, but also some growing pains. Malaysia has been benefiting from favorable fundamentals generally in Southeast Asia and the 10 states comprising the Association of Southeast

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