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Emerging Markets to Help European Investors

By - Wednesday 03 November 2010

European investors are set to benefit from the growth of emerging markets from around the world, it has been suggested.

Emerging markets remain strong, according to Guido Stiel, Asian equities expert and co-fund manager of the Allianz RCM BRIC Equity fund. In particular, real estate in developing countries can be particularly lucrative.

Mr Stiel dismissed fears surrounding the formation of a bubble in Asian markets, adding that inflated prices were no different than in New York or London.

"It is important to note that great potential for growth exists in the smaller second and third tier cities where property prices are significantly lower than in Beijing and Shanghai, a fact which is often overlooked," he said.

The expert explained that as the bulk of the world's debts are located in the western world, not in emerging markets, investors could expect another positive year in 2011, with economic growth outpacing western destinations.

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