Developing countries, also known as emerging markets, are rapidly becoming the engine of global economic growth.
According to the International Monetary Fund, it is expected that emerging economies will develop two to three times faster than highly developed countries such as the US.
Emerging Markets save the world economy
Emerging Markets rescued the world economy during the biggest crisis in 2008, and the global markets have been rescued from a total catastrophe by emerging countries such as China, India and Brazil.
Major Wall Street companies, such as Lehman Bros, required government rescue operations, which shaken the world economy, contributed to a deep economic recession and an even deeper crisis of confidence.
Until now, European, Japanese and American stocks were mainly purchased by international investors, which accounted for almost half of the market capitalization.