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Local knowledge comes home to nest

South China Morning Post

While growth in China and India has slowed recently, the expansion in these markets continues to be significant and attractive compared with the roughly 1 per cent growth in developed economies. This sustained and continued growth has led to a quiet but massive shift: the future of growth has shifted to Asia.

The implications for Asian companies are far-reaching.

For the first time in modern history, growth is in these firms’ home markets, which gives domestic players an advantage because they know the consumers better than foreign entrants; have a better understanding of the local regulatory and political environment; and can manage better in a more volatile environment, which is the norm for emerging markets.




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  Apr 6, 2013 | In the Media





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