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US interest rates rises and the return of volatility have made investing in emerging market bonds seem like a dangerous place these past twelve months. However, larger shifts like a rising middle class and favourable demographics look set to fuel the growth of this asset class over the long term, argues Head of Emerging Market Debt, Uday Patnaik.
Uday ‘Woody’ Patnaik, Head of Emerging Market Debt
Eliza Grimond, Investment Writer
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