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Over the past two decades emerging markets have become an increasingly important part of the global economy, first as manufacturing locations for global corporations that sought to outsource production to reduce costs, and now as markets for goods in their own right as incomes have increased and a middle class has emerged in many of these countries.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield
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