Developing world cannot be ignored

Tora, Brian
January 2007
Fund Strategy;1/29/2007, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the vulnerability of emerging markets to the economic conditions of developed countries. It claims that economic power of developing countries will be highly influenced by the countries from which they are involving their businesses. It states that the slowdown of the U.S. economy is one of the possible risks that could affect the economic activities in the world. However, it adds that the advantages of clinging closely with established countries will be significant.


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