Interest in emerging markets and alternative asset classes, and the demand for high-quality data to allow investors to make informed decisions in unfamiliar territories, burgeoned in 2011, as commoditization and the continuing aftermath of the financial crisis made it harder to generate significant returns from established markets.
Globally, the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China) took center stage, with local and international firms sinking capital into infrastructure, networks and d
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