Emerging markets have historically presented strong opportunities to capture higher returns within its fast-growing regions. But with increasing challenges - growing geopolitical risks, a surge in commodity prices adding to already prevailing inflationary pressures and a slowdown in China - does the thesis for investing in emerging markets still hold true?
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