Africa tipped to lead frontier market growth


GLOBAL - Africa and Russia represent some of the best investment opportunities for funds considering emerging and frontier markets, Danish pension funds heard.

Speaking in a panel debate at the Pension Fund Forum in Copenhagen yesterday, hosted by GP's parent company Incisive Media, Danske Bank chief analyst Lars Christensen said frontier markets would fo...

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