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Acknowledgements. 1 An Introduction to Emerging Markets. 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 What are Emerging Markets? 1.3 A Brief History of Emerging Markets. 1.4 A Tale of Two Decades. 1.5 Decoupling and Globalization. 1.6 After the Storm. 1.7 So Far, So Good. 1.8 Interaction Between Emerging Markets. 1.9 The Ethical Dimension. 1.10 Conclusion. 2 The Investment Case for Emerging Markets ? A Balanced View. 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Why Invest in Emerging Markets? 2.3 Capturing the Opportunity. 2.4 Demographics and Consumption. 2.5 Infrastructure. 2.6 Financial Services. 2.7 Valuations, Earnings and Return on Equity. 2.8 Some Technical Considerations. 2.9 Risk. 2.10 Matters of Trust. 2.11 Corporate Governance. 2.12 Hell is Other People. 2.13 Building Emerging Markets into a Balanced Portfolio. 2.14 How to Invest. 2.15 Bonds. 2.16 Decisions, Decisions. 2.17 Conclusion. 3 New Schools of Thought ? Hype or Reality? 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Argument 1: Decoupling. 3.3 Argument 2: The Commodities Supercycle. 3.4 Argument 3: Sovereign Wealth Funds Will Take Over the World. 3.5 Argument 4: The East is in the Ascendancy While the West is in Decline. 3.6 Argument 5: The Success of Emerging Markets is Assured. 3.7 Argument 6: EmergingMarkets are Far HigherRisk than Developed Economies. 3.8 Conclusion. 4 The "BRIC" Economies. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Overview. 4.3 China. 4.3.1 A Brief Economic History. 4.3.2 The Investment Case for China. 4.3.3 Industrialization and Infrastructure. 4.3.4 Country-specific Risks. 4.3.5 China?s Stock Market. 4.3.6 Conclusion. 4.4 India. 4.4.1 A Brief Economic History. 4.4.2 The Investment Case for India. 4.4.3 Infrastructure and Outsourcing. 4.4.4 Country-specific Risks. 4.4.5 India?s Stock Market. 4.4.6 Conclusion. 4.5 Russia. 4.5.1 A Brief Economic History. 4.5.2 The Investment Case for Russia. 4.5.3 Consumer Demand. 4.5.4 Country-specific Risks. 4.5.5 Russia?s Stock Market. 4.5.6 Conclusion. 4.6 Brazil. 4.6.1 A Brief Economic History. 4.6.2 The Investment Case for Brazil. 4.6.3 Post-hyperinflation. 4.6.4 Consumer Demand. 4.6.5 Country-specific Risks. 4.6.6 Brazil?s Stock Market. 4.6.7 Conclusion. 5 The "Emerged" Emerging Markets. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Overview. 5.3 Hong Kong ? a Brief Economic History. 5.3.1 The Investment Case for Hong Kong. 5.4 Singapore ? a Brief Economic History. 5.4.1 The Investment Case for Singapore. 5.5 South Korea ? a Brief Economic History. 5.5.1 The Investment Case for South Korea. 5.6 Taiwan. 5.7 Investing in the Region. 5.8 Conclusion. 6 The Rest of Asia. 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Overview. 6.3 Indonesia. 6.4 Malaysia. 6.5 The Philippines. 6.6 Thailand. 6.7 Vietnam. 6.8 Investing in the region. 6.9 Conclusion. 7 The Rest of Emerging Europe. 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Overview. 7.3 A Brief History of Emerging Europe. 7.4 Region-specific Risks. 7.5 The Investment Case for Poland. 7.6 The Czech Republic and Hungary. 7.7 The Baltic States. 7.8 The Balkans. 7.9 Investing in the Region. 7.10 Conclusion. 8 The Rest of Latin America. 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Overview. 8.3 A Brief Economic History of the Region. 8.4 Mexico ? a Brief Economic History. 8.4.1 The Investment Case for Mexico. 8.5 Argentina ? a Brief Economic History. 8.5.1 The Investment Case for Argentina. 8.6 Chile ? a Brief Economic History. 8.6.1 The Investment Case for Chile. 8.7 Peru and Colombia. 8.8 Investing in the Region. 8.9 Conclusion. 9 Emerging Markets ? The Final Frontiers. 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Overview. 9.3 The Middle East. 9.4 Africa. 9.5 Investing in Frontier Markets. 9.6 Conclusion. 10 2020 Vision ? The New Economic Order? Index.

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Julian Marr is a freelance investment journalist and weeklycolumnist for a number of financial publications and websites. Hehas also held senior positions with a range of specialist andpersonal finance titles, including editor of Bloomberg Moneyand editorial director of Investment Week. He began hiscareer as a solicitor in the City but that really was a long timeago. Cherry Reynard is an award-winning freelance journalist.She has written for a broad range of national, consumer andspecialist financial media, including The Telegraph, TheIndependent, What Investment, Morningstar andInstitutional Investor. She began her career as anaccountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and has also worked for JPMorgan.

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