IMD: What geographic regions do you see being “hot” in 2016, in terms of demand for data and connectivity? What market forces are driving these geographical supply and demand trends?
Douglas B. Taylor, founder and managing partner, Burton-Taylor International Consulting: Improving economies in developed Western markets is increasing demand in those regions. The US and Western Europe are poised to show more growth than we’ve seen since 2008. India and China will remain relatively strong in Asia,
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