Emerging markets account for 70 per cent of global currency reserves and 55 per cent of global GDP, which is a huge increase from the 30 per cent share they held ten years ago. According to Goldman Sachs, these economies are likely to grow by 4.9 per cent in 2016.
In recent years, emerging market countries have started trading more with each other than ever before, accounting for more than a third of all cross-border commerce – and this figure continues to rise.
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