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In the past two decades emerging markets have undergone a significant transformation, reshaping the global economic and investment landscape.
At Goldman Sachs, we expect emerging markets to drive close to 75% of global growth over the coming decade and in the process lift close to 1.2bn people out of poverty and into the middle income, consumer class1.
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1. Source: GSAM, GS Global Investment Research, IMF, rebased to 2015 USD GDP, as of December 2016