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August 2015—In some emerging markets, the response to modern grocery formats has been tepid. What’s a modern grocer to do?more
July 2015—Emerging markets are becoming ever more important for pharma. Yet to be successful, a rapid shift from a marketing and sales focus to an access-driven commercial model must occur.more
July 2015—Long focused on deals to acquire technology, brands, or know-how, more emerging-market companies have begun using M&A to tap into new markets.more
March 2015—While much work remains to close the equality gap for the 800 million Muslim women worldwide, the rates of education and employment for some have increased dramatically in a short span of time.more
February 2015—Latin American consumer-product companies that use sophisticated data-oriented tools achieve superior price differentiation.more
February 2015—Here’s what countries and executives need to know to benefit from the next—and markedly different—wave of globalization.more
January 2015—After a massive rise in Internet use by consumers, adoption by Chinese companies is catching up with that of the developed world.more
December 2014—What do you get when you add slower economic growth, greater volatility, and rising competition to more international flights and genuine Chinese innovation? McKinsey director Gordon Orr’s annual predictions.more
December 2014—A dozen disruptive technologies can add up to $1 trillion in GDP by 2025 and help bring millions of Indians up the MGI Empowerment Line.more
September 2014—Surging numbers of middle-class borrowers in emerging markets are a big factor in banking’s growth, but there’s also plenty of potential in the upper reaches.more
October 2014—The country’s economy once again holds promise. To make the most of it, companies must identify growth opportunities at a granular level.more
March 2014—The country has a two-speed economy: fast growing for large, modern companies, sluggish for small ones. Without serious productivity gains, economic growth and living standards will continue to lag.
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