South African Political Economy specialist Daniel Silke explores the fortunes of Emerging (or Growth) Markets in his latest corporate keynote presentation just released.
Emerging Markets have been the investors’ best friend for the last decade. Popularised by the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China & South Africa) group of countries and a quest for greater returns following the global financial crisis, high growth rates became the order of the day.
However, the BRICS have certainly lost their lustre – with the exception of a resurgent India. Cyclical, political and governance factors are now judging many of these high-growth economies – and often quite harshly.
Can the BRICS resume their upward path or will they be held back in the future? What are the key global trend drivers that still motivate for increasing exposure to emerging markets? What is the next step for China as it confronts its lowest growth in more than a decade? Can India overtake China in the race for greater GDP growth? Is there life beyond the BRICS and which other countries are now looking promising? And, can Africa rise to the occasion and continue to be a leading performer?
All these issues will be addressed in Daniel Silke’s latest 60-minute keynote. Completely international in scope, this is a broad macro-economic and political analysis that can augment any conference interested in the global shift in economic power. This is an essential primer for investors and a broad cross-section of industry alike.
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