Emerging Markets - “the Engine” of World Economy
This paper presents some particularities of emerging markets that appear and develop as a result of growth and development tendency of international financial market. Excluding the option of remaining with the status of a “tired” economy, emerging markets had to react in the only way they could be rational, joining the global market. According to the quarterly report prepared by Ernst & Young - Rapid - Growth Markets Forecast (RGMF) the global economic recovery will be achieved through investments in infrastructure programs, especially in Asia, as well as increasing demand from the domestic consumers, which will lead to the balance of the pretty sensitive external environment, and emerging market economies will grow, most likely, by 5.6% in 2013.
Volume (Year): XIII (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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