The decline of emerging market equities from peaks earlier this year may mean lower share prices, but the premise for investing in emerging markets remains.
In many cases, trade and “Twitter wars” have little effect on the drivers which make a number of emerging market companies attractive investments.
Emerging markets o er investment opportunities which are different to those in developed markets. Most sectors are further behind the development curve than those in developed markets and industry leaders sometimes have only single digit market share. As a result, the growth outlook for these companies is much longer in duration than that of their equivalents in developed markets.
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