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Emerging Markets Expected to Drive Real Estate Growth

By - Thursday 04 November 2010

Emerging markets around the world are expected to benefit from an increase in international investment, it has been reported. National Real Estate Investor explains that large, rapidly developing countries such as Mexico, China and India are poised to exit the recession with a degree of economic confidence.

In China, GDP growth was 11.9 per cent and 10.3 per cent during the first two quarters of this year - far exceeding the growth rate in more developed countries such as the US, Japan, UK, and the eurozone. India is also on track to post economic growth, with a rise of 8.5 per cent predicted by the end of 2010.

A sharp jump in foreign direct investment is expected in these emerging nations in the coming years. According to AT Kearney's 2010 Confidence Index, China remained as the most fancied nation, while India stood in third and Brazil moved up to fourth. Mexico also made it in to the top ten, the news provider added.

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