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Turkey set to slow down in 2012, but ripe for investment

Turkey had a strong 2011, with GDP growth exceeding 8% for the year. However, we expect a noticeable slowdown in 2012 to 1.7% YoY. The main drivers of the slowdown are weakening industrial production as eurozone demand for Turkish exports…

Risks Looming Over Russia’s 2012 Outlook

As Western Europe continues to struggle with the sovereign debt crisis and currency depreciation, declining exports, and lower 2012 growth prospects engulf Central and Eastern Europe, the outlook for Russia seems surprisingly solid. Despite a slow downward revision of 2012…

India’s Growth to Exceed China by 2014

Frontier Strategy Group appeared in yesterday’s Financial Times in an article titled, Gems: Making the case for Gems According to the Frontier Strategy Group, while China’s growth may be slowing down, India’s is increasing, and by 2014, India’s growth rate…

Scenario Planning: Preparing Your Nigeria Operation for a Downturn

With 155 million people and projections of 7.4% GDP growth in 2011, Nigeria is already a “can’t miss” consumer market opportunity. That said, in the next several years there will be multiple bumps on the road as Nigeria transitions from…

Monitoring the Global Economic Recovery

In a stable year, Q3 is a time MNCs use to adjust strategic plans and finalize budgets for 2012. However, 2011 is not a stable year. Volatility in the global economy has generated significant uncertainty in all planning processes. GDP…