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Call them the darlings of the global market - the economies of India, China and Brazil have exploded in recent years, igniting both business opportunities and challenges. These countries are learning to balance the benefits of their rapid development with the inevitable concerns that accompany fast growth. India faces a shortage of workers in the most advanced professions, such as engineering and medicine, and, along with China, must find ways to spread concentrated pockets of wealth to its rural, impoverished areas. Brazil is enjoying a real estate boom that could entice continued foreign investment, as long as issues like the energy crisis don't lead to market volatility. How are these countries managing their emergence? This paper is the compilation of articles from Knoweldge@Wharton examines that question.
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