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The NYC Chapter Emerging Leaders Committee co-chairs are Laura Garcia, corporate real estate analyst, Lehman Brothers; and Cindy Quan, corporate real estate analyst, Goldman Sachs.
Speakers offered solutions that had been tested through innovative, interdisciplinary, and intersectoral research to deal with the problems of emerging zoonoses.
And Brazil is hardly the only emerging market economy that would seem to have moved towards a convergence path over the past few years.
However, emerging markets are closer to fulfilling their secular growth promise than at any time since the early 1990s, largely as a result of Asia's economic ascendancy.
Sovereign's product is designed for projects that are located in certain emerging markets and have dollar-denominated debt with local currency revenues indexed to inflation.
Despite the free fall of investment values in Mexico last year, 5% of everyone's portfolio should contain an emerging market holding," says Steven Sanders, principal of Sanders Investment Advisors in Philadelphia.
Conversely, we believe a not-for-profit organization (one not owned by a government unit) would be covered by the SOP when it issues GAAP-based financial statements during a chapter 11 bankruptcy case and when it is emerging from bankruptcy.
In initially recommending the merger to each Board, LMPFA and WAM cited the changing nature of emerging market debt issuance which has made it increasingly difficult to secure the floating-rate emerging market debt securities in which Western Asset Emerging Markets Floating Rate Fund invests.
If submissions and subscriptions are a measure of reader interest, Emerging Infectious Diseases has enjoyed some success during its first decade.
Interest rates are of course not the only determinant of the demand for emerging market securities.
Regarding the role of real estate, the report states: "The availability of modern real estate--whether for offices, retail or industrial--is a catalyst to attract businesses to these emerging countries.
California's two largest public pension funds, which administer some $110 billion, now have 10 emerging managers on their rosters responsible for managing $628 million.

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