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The Shifting Investment Environment: Picking Growth Stocks in a “Saturated” World

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Wed, 24 Oct 2012

Is the global economy close to reaching a tipping point? The impacts of our key themes (demographics, climate change and the emerging market supercycle) are combining with the ramifications of the global financial crisis to create an environment where growth is reaching a point of “saturation”. In

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