An assembly line at a Volvo Cars plant in Daqing, Heilongjiang province. The line between emerging and developed markets is blurring, as emerging-market companies acquire premium brands, like China’s Geely did Volvo. Photo: Reuters
Rodica Glavan
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Rodica Glavan

Companies from emerging markets like China are now in the big league, and global investors want to play

  • The line between emerging and developed markets is blurring. Markets like China and India are becoming simply too big for global investors to ignore

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An assembly line at a Volvo Cars plant in Daqing, Heilongjiang province. The line between emerging and developed markets is blurring, as emerging-market companies acquire premium brands, like China’s Geely did Volvo. Photo: Reuters
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