Despite a steady, sizeable uptick in announced commercial constellations over the past few years, many constellation operators have yet to meet original ambitions.
Blas Maquivar, president of global emerging markets at Mars Wrigley, discusses consumers’ evolving snacking behaviors, the company’s digital and purpose-driven ambitions, and his new travel schedule amid the pandemic.
A Nobel laureate explores postpandemic prospects, explaining why his cautious optimism about the economic recovery has been replaced by concern related to the slow vaccine rollout in lower-income economies, fragile supply chains, and extreme weather events.
With growth diverging again in emerging versus developed economies, banks need to remap their market strategy.
The risks of investing in emerging markets are real, but it’s not necessary to amplify them by adding an extra risk premium to the cost of capital. Standard valuation principles still apply. Here’s why.