Opportunities From Rapid Change in Emerging MarketsApr 4, 2018

Key Points

  • Mass market penetration as wages and living standards improve
  • Premiumisation as consumers demand higher quality goods and services
  • Technology is enabling industries to leapfrog developed market business models

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