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The Whole World is an Emerging Market

Uncertainty, volatility and correlations have crept into advanced economies giving rise to a dangerous mix of political risks and social upheaval typically reserved for emerging markets. According to Ian Bremmer, one of the early pioneers of political risk consulting, an emerging market is a place where politics matters nearly as much as economics. By this measure, the whole world is an emerging market.
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