Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

A Prescription for Innovation
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A Prescription for Innovation

The word “innovation” is typically associated with technology, but innovation comes in many forms and across many industries. Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Krzysztof Musialik sees innovation taking place within the health care and pharmaceuticals industries in emerging markets—even driving change in developed markets.

The Race to Harness AI Technology in Asia
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The Race to Harness AI Technology in Asia

“As the race to harness new technology heats up across the globe, we’ve already seen signs that Asia is at the forefront of integrating automation into our everyday lives.” Sukumar Rajah and Eric Mok, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity

Getting to Know Chetan Sehgal
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Getting to Know Chetan Sehgal

“In the 23 years I’ve been investing in emerging markets, the biggest change I’ve seen has been improvements in corporate governance. Sometimes, investors don’t realize how much difference legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks make, especially in emerging-market economies.” Chetan Sehgal, senior managing director, director of portfolio management, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity

Today’s Emerging Markets Embrace Technological Innovation
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Today’s Emerging Markets Embrace Technological Innovation

Emerging markets have not only embraced the use of technology, but have become global market innovators in many areas. Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity's Chetan Sehgal takes a look at how emerging markets have embraced technology, and explains why he’s excited about investment opportunities in this space. He says emerging markets are now at the forefront of the latest technological developments, from mobile banking and shopping to robotics, autonomous vehicles, health care and more.

Emerging Market 2018 Outlook
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Emerging Market 2018 Outlook

"We are very excited about frontier markets around the world, not only in Africa but also in Asia and Latin America. We view these markets as offering the opportunities of tomorrow, ideally for longer-term investors with a time horizon of over five years.” - Chetan Sehgal and Carlos Hardenberg, Templeton Emerging Markets Group

Structural Growth Drivers Behind Emerging-Market Economies
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Structural Growth Drivers Behind Emerging-Market Economies

“Emerging markets are no longer one-dimensional. We are seeing the cultivation of a new generation of innovative companies located in emerging markets—diversifying emerging-market economies and the opportunities for investors.” - Carlos Hardenberg, executive vice president and managing director, Templeton Emerging Markets Group

Emerging Markets Q1 2017 Recap: A Strong Start
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Emerging Markets Q1 2017 Recap: A Strong Start

The general landscape of emerging-market corporations has undergone a significant transformation from the often plain-vanilla business models of the past to a new generation of innovative companies that are moving into technology and higher value-added goods and services.

Why Things Aren’t What They Used to Be in Emerging Markets
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Why Things Aren’t What They Used to Be in Emerging Markets

After more than three years of languishing at depressed levels, earnings in emerging-market companies are showing signs of recovery, and that is reflected in the attitudes of companies and their management as well as in their financial data.