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Playing to Win in Emerging Markets

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Emerging markets are more important than ever for many multinational companies. Even so, multinationals have not mastered these markets, according to a recent BCG survey.
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Emerging Market Multinationals: New Giants on the Block - Knowledge@Wharton

Emerging Market Multinationals: New Giants on the Block - Knowledge@Wharton | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
The familiar story of the rise of multinational corporations focuses on the usual suspects: longstanding powerhouses, mostly based in the United States and Western Europe, like Walmart, IBM, General Electric, Exxon, BP and Volkswagen. In the last 20 years, that story -- and the multinational map of corporate power -- has undergone a fundamental shift: away from established companies in the developed world and toward ambitious upstarts in the developing world. In their book Emerging Markets Rule: Growth Strategies of the New Global Giants, Wharton management professor Mauro Guillén and co-author Esteban García-Canal explore this topic.
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News - Features - Emerging market multinational companies – ready for prime time?

News - Features - Emerging market multinational companies – ready for prime time? | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption.
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PHL global competitiveness up - Business Mirror

PHL global competitiveness up - Business Mirror | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
PHL global competitiveness up Business Mirror THE Philippines remains on track to be in the top one-third in global competitiveness rankings because of continued improvement in ease of doing business in the country, according to the National...
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The Emerging Market Crisis | Armstrong Economics

The Emerging Market Crisis | Armstrong Economics | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
The fourth quarter real estate in Singapore turned down showing that the whole Emerging Markets did tend to peak out with the ECM last August. This has led to a flight of investors from the once-booming emerging markets ...
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Winning in Africa: From Trading Posts to Ecosystems

Winning in Africa: From Trading Posts to Ecosystems | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
Africa’s growth is attracting attention, but companies must change how they do business on the continent if they want to succeed there.
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Emerging Market Multinationals: New Giants on the Block - Knowledge@Wharton

Emerging Market Multinationals: New Giants on the Block - Knowledge@Wharton | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
The familiar story of the rise of multinational corporations focuses on the usual suspects: longstanding powerhouses, mostly based in the United States and Western Europe, like Walmart, IBM, General Electric, Exxon, BP and Volkswagen. In the last 20 years, that story -- and the multinational map of corporate power -- has undergone a fundamental shift: away from established companies in the developed world and toward ambitious upstarts in the developing world. In their book Emerging Markets Rule: Growth Strategies of the New Global Giants, Wharton management professor Mauro Guillén and co-author Esteban García-Canal explore this topic.
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Emerging Multinationals Emerging Markets :: International business :: Cambridge University Press

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Will the MINT countries become the best place in the world to become a millionaire?

Will the MINT countries become the best place in the world to become a millionaire? | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
Economist Jim O'Neil has grouped Mexico, India, Nigeria and Turkey together as the economies most likely to explode over the next decade. But there are lessons to be learned from the BRICs - a rising tide does not lift all boats.
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Best Countries for Business 2014: The Top 20

Best Countries for Business 2014: The Top 20 | Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
For the third year in a row, Bloomberg Rankings presents its exclusive analysis of the world's most attractive countries for business according to 2013 data. Hong Kong again tops the list, thanks in part to the low cost of starting a business there.
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