The Global Emerging Market and its role in a time of crisis
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Speaker(s): Dr Vladimir Kvint
Chair: Professor Saul Estrin
Recorded on 5 October 2009 in Old Theatre, Old Building.
The global emerging market, which did not exist 25 years ago, now has an input of about 50% into the world economy and attracts more than 40% of foreign direct investment. The economic dynamic of emerging market countries has a strong and positive influence on the world economy and, as such, has to be re-evaluated during this development of a new global order. Dr. Vladimir Kvint, economist and strategist, is the President of the International Academy of Emerging Markets and Chairman of the Russia and CIS division of international architecture firm RMJM.
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