Western investors have been attracted by growth in the RGMs but has this produced value for them? EY Chief Economist Mark Gregory explains.
Falling currencies and rising bond yields have accompanied a decline in GDP growth in RGMs in recent months. We look at the potential effects of the US Fed’s tapering and pinpoint the key sectors where growth is expanding.
This quarter the EY’s Rapid-Growth Markets Forecast includes a heatmap of country risk. Rain Newton-Smith from Oxford Economics describes what it shows.
What effect will the US Fed’s tapering have on RGMs? Steven Lewis from EY gives his view.
China’s growth is set to slow, as it seeks to rebalance its economy. Our panel discusses the challenge of productivity and efficiency.
Businesses in rapid-growth markets need to have the right infrastructure and processes to be able to respond to the risk of social unrest.
Recovery in rapid-growth economies is weaker than expected, but the fundamentals driving growth remain strong. Our panel explores.
Kazakhstan will be one of the top three fastest-growing economies by 2015, but a wide perception gap exists. How can it unlock its investment potential?
Russia has become the sixth-most attractive destination in the world for FDI, but there is room for improvement. We explore some of the key enablers for Russia’s future investment and growth.
Africa’s growth is real, but a perception gap persists. It’s time for a shift in focus on enabling those already doing business on the continent.
Turkey is set to become a global business hub in the next 10 years. Find out more about the country’s growth story and potential.
Exports from RGMs will soon make up more of the global economy than exports from advanced economies, with Southeast Asia leading the trend.