The Technology Revolution in Emerging MarketsFeb 16, 2018

Key Points

  • There is a technological transformation taking place in emerging markets
  • We aim to buy sustainable earnings at a discount to the market
  • Environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are increasing in importance 

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