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Slow but sure progress in India

Reform may be slow in coming in India, but things are getting better for investors.

We made a fortune with Cresud – let’s double up on Latin American agriculture

Now is still a great time to plough your money into Latin American agriculture. James McKeigue explains why, and tips one stock set to profit.

Saudi Arabia : A new frontier for stocks

The Saudi Arabian stock exchange – the largest in the Middle East, with some of the region’s biggest companies – is to finally open to foreign investors.

Emerging markets are clamouring for broadband – don’t miss out

Emerging markets are in desperate need of new high-speed internet connections. And this Indonesian broadband provider could be well-placed to profit, says Lars Henriksson.

Mexico gets its act together

Demand is solid for long-term Mexican bonds in this era of zero and negative yields.

China’s too flush to need QE

Investors can ignore reports that China is about to embark on its own quantitative easing programme.

Beijing‘s bet on Pakistan

Pakistan’s transformation has not gone unnoticed by China’s business-minded leaders.

Chart of the week: China’s stock frenzy

Despite slowing growth, Chinese stocks have doubled in a year and retail investors continue to pour in.

Central America offers a huge opportunity to brave investors

Investment capital is flooding in and transforming Central America for the better. James McKeigue reveals the best ways to profit.

The tide is turning on global mega-caps – get out now and head for Japan

A two-decade bear market has left many high-quality Japanese companies trading at attractive prices, says Tim Price.

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