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Frontiers May Have Shifted, but Frontier Markets Are Still Growing

In the last few years the attention of investors has shifted as smaller but equally – if not even more – robust vital growth opportunities have become apparent in the less developed frontier markets.

If you can forego a chunk of liquidity then the BRIC’s successors will be at the Frontier of your investment horizon.
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China Calls on Private Sector to Help Deal with Debt, Signals Policy Rethink

Premier Wen Jiabao’s announced asset disposals, project transfers and equity stake private sector sales to help deal with Beijing’s local government debt problem. While there is a lot of pent-up demand from international investors for infrastructure asset ownership in the world’s No. 2 economy, complex government ownership structures and powerful state-owned enterprise interests will make this anything but straight-forward. This analysis in from Reuters’ China Business Unit. Continue reading

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We’re rolling out The Geneva Globe in 2011

We are getting ready to launch The Geneva Globe. The blog aims to uncover the ideas, the people, the issues, and investment disciplines needed to create a more sustainable form of capitalism. The game as we know it needs to change. Let’s help make it happen. The Geneva Globe blog will be rolling soon. Continue reading

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