IMA Analysis

Tuesday February 27, 2018

For Whom the Bell Tolls

In recent months, there has been a recovery in growth in advanced economies. While this may continue in the foreseeable future, the contribution of emerging markets to new global demand will continue to increase and eventually outpace that of Western economies. In 2017, the world economy created new demand worth USD 3.9 trillion of which the larger share came from advanced markets. Within the next few years this ratio will become inverted driving fresh investment and capacity creation within emerging markets, specifically those in Asia.

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