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Will emerging markets outperform in the long-run?

The broad tailwinds that lifted growth across the emerging world over the past two decades won’t be repeated and, as a result, GDP growth will be around 2%-pts weaker over the next 20 years. Income convergence with the developed world will continue, but at a much slower pace.

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