Keeping an Eye on Latin America? You’re in Good Company

N = 213 multinationals

Global multinationals are increasingly interested in Latin America, according to recently released numbers from The F10, Frontier Strategy Group’s monthly survey of the top ten most tracked emerging markets. While China, Brazil, India, Russia and Mexico have remained the top five most monitored since the beginning of the year, new countries, including Colombia and Chile, have broken onto the list. These rising stars are garnering particular interest from consumer-focused multinationals. Although Vietnam and Thailand have dropped out of the top ten, strong interest remains in both from pharmaceutical and medical devices firms.

 

Featured

EM View

Emerging Market View: What Our Analysts Are Reading

On Saturday, the United States closed its embassy in Libya and evacuated its staff under military guard. The closing was a response to escalated violence in Tripoli, according to the New York Times, and FSG’s Matthew Spivack says it will have a significant impact on western businesses in the area. “The news that the US closed […]

Comments

  1. Hello!

    Interesting and surprisingly when looking after BRIC. When mainly focusing on consumer good multinationals what is Russia still doing so high?

    I can understand the rise of Colombia and Chile but Argentina? And what about Korea? Or Taiwan? And Singapore or Hong Kong were left out because they are not emerging markets?

    Perhaps now Vietnam and Thailand dropped out of top ten why not making top 20?

    What were the criteria again?

    Cheers,

    Martijn.

Speak Your Mind

*