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What Frontier Markets Investors Can Learn From China

Joel Backaler’s comment last week on IKEA in China and Xie Zuxi’s recent article in Worldcrunch, “How to Succeed in China: Why some foreign firms boom and others go home,” have some good pointers for multinationals entering other emerging mar...
by Diverging Markets on Mar 26, 2012

The Case for Frontier Market Investing

I don’t need any convincing but once in a while it’s a good exercise to review why we think what we think. And if I were in a position of having to convince higher powers to increase a fund’s portfolio … Continue reading →...
by Diverging Markets on Mar 22, 2012

Inter-American Development Bank Annual Meeting Roundup

It’s not clear to me what sort of timetable emergingmarkets.org publishes on but the site got it together to cover the Inter-American Development Bank’s annual meeting this weekend to publish a whole swath of new analysis on Latin America, FDI,...
by Diverging Markets on Mar 20, 2012

Investing in Africa: Risks, Opportunities, Challenges [Part 1]

Lots of stuff in here for Frontier Markets junkies. Foreign investment in Africa is up by an average of 80 percent over the past decade and forecasts indicate it’s likely to reach $150 billion by 2015, so this is a … Continue reading →...
by Diverging Markets on Mar 7, 2012

Renaissance Group Graduate Program 2012

Renaissance Group offers unparalleled financial, investment and management expertise in high-opportunity emerging and frontier markets around the world. Renaissance Capital Is the leading independent investment bank operating in Russia, the CIS, Ce...

The Next 5 Emerging Markets To Watch?

As part of the Atlantic Monthly’s sporadic coverage of developing markets, it recently proposed Turkey, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, the DRC and Mexico (with Nigeria as the sixth man coming off the bench) as the next 5 emerging economies to “change the...
by Diverging Markets on Mar 5, 2012

The Next 5 Emerging Markets To Watch?

As part of the Atlantic Monthly’s sporadic coverage of developing markets, it recently proposed Turkey, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, the DRC and Mexico (with Nigeria as the sixth man coming off the bench) as the next 5 emerging economies to “change the...
by Diverging Markets on Mar 5, 2012


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