Emerging Markets

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A poor country with a burgeoning middle class, where small firms struggle to enter the U.S. market while conglomerates become key generators for American jobs, India is a land of contradictions. More
Mongolia is on the move. Multinational mining firms are flocking there, bringing in cash to pull more wealth from the ground. So, is this newly democratic country of 3 million people a gold mine or a money pit for foreign investors? GlobalAtlanta went last year to find out. More
China is rising – this fact is no longer news. This report goes beyond the hype, providing on-the-ground reporting and insight on how companies can benefit from the country's ascent while avoiding its many pitfalls. More
Like the precious metal that led colonists to call it the Gold Coast, Ghana's economy has the glint of opportunity under a layer of dust. More
Thanks for reading in 2012 and for joining us as we recap our most popular stories and videos, our best photos of the year, wrapups from 2012 special issues and selected reviews on books our readers believe you should add to your list. More
Taiwan has always been a polarizing issue, and since President Jimmy Carter transferred diplomatic recognition to the mainland in 1979, Americans have felt pressure to pick sides. Taiwan understands the shift, even more so because it has made a similar move. More
Georgia's strongest economic partners are often overlooked, but the London Olympics and Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee have made it hard to ignore our friends across the pond in 2012. More
While describing the final phase of the Louvre Atlanta project, Michael Shapiro, director of the High Museum of Art, evoked the travels of Huckleberry Finn on the Mississippi. More