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Global Investment – The Role of Emerging Markets

Global Investment – The Role of Emerging Markets Alexander Naumov. Bank Underground 23 SEPTEMBER 2016       Capital investment is one of the fundamental building blocks of future productivity growth and anticipating future developments in global investment is a major concern for policymakers. This note makes two observations: 1) Despite weak investment in advanced economies,… Read More The post Global Investment – The Role of Emerging Markets appeared first on The Big Picture.
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