It’s time to take advantage of inefficiencies

Projit Chatterjee,  Managing Director, Senior Equity Strategist

Emerging markets are growing quickly, but given the variety of governments, regulators and underlying consumers in each region, there are still a lot of inefficiencies in each individual market. To really capitalise on this, Projit Chatterjee of UBS Asset Management reveals why you need to take an active approach and look beyond the darlings of the index.

 

 

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