Riding the Super-cycle: New corridors of growth
Standard Chartered (May 2011). The growth of trade and investment between developing countries has had a major influence on the profitability of both global corporations and domestic companies operating in those countries. In the next two decades these developing corridor flows will become even more important in the context of the current economic super-cycle. The nature of the inherent trade and investment relationships will also change fundamentally. This article outlined the evolution of these flows and their implications for corporate treasuries.
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