With so many economies pinning their growth prospects to emerging markets, the race for resources – human and otherwise – is certain to intensify.
September 1, 2012
If you described the current condition of the global economy as a traffic report, it would go something like this: businesses are bumper-to-bumper heading in the direction of the world's emerging economies — and there's surely gridlock ahead. Read more...
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