The conventional investment wisdom of “going where the growth is” would suggest increasing equity allocations to emerging markets. But our research shows that there's little relationship between country-level gross domestic product (GDP) growth and local stock market returns. The best way to take advantage of the developing world's growth is through bottom-up research that identifies companies that are most likely to benefit and that are priced attractively.
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