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The case for ESG in Emerging market debt

10/06/2020

As an asset class, emerging market (EM) debt has traditionally offered investors compelling growth potential and diversification benefits.

Moreover, in macroeconomic terms, the EM expansion story has continued to strengthen; while developed market growth has been low, emerging economies have contributed an increasingly large proportion of world GDP growth.

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