|Who’s who||Who's who|
Thursday September 30,2010,
Head of research and portfolio manager at Templeton emerging market group. Mark joined Templeton in 1987 as president of Hong Kong’s Templeton Emerging Market Fund Inc. He was also in charge of the whole firm’s activity on emerging market. He’s currently managing billions and heading a team of analysts in 13 offices
China’s burgeoning economy is demanding more and more natural mineral resources whether it is oil, copper, nickel, gold, and so on. Looking further into the future, the demands of China’s more sophisticated diets means that imports of food will be increasing as (...)
According to Mark Mobius, Africa could represent a tremendous opportunity for investors in the next few years. The continent is well known for its wealth of natural resources, much of it barely developed, which includes oil and gas and a variety of metals and minerals, as (...)
As global demand for commodities continues to grow, we believe Africa is in an enviable position with its vast resources, not only minerals but also food—60% of the world’s uncultivated arable land is in Africa...
According to Mark Mobius, one of the most recognized expert in emerging markets, many emerging economies are forecast to grow by considerably more than developed markets, even taking the current economic climate into (...)