Ahead of the Curve: Avoid the crowds in EMs

Avoid the crowds in EMs

Emerging markets (EMs) look set to be the most important growth engine of the 2020s as their consumption levels rise and China follows a saw-toothed growth path towards the economic top spot. However, asset-allocators need to remove themselves from the malign legacy of the 2010s if they are to tap this growth.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds