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Geopolitics and investment in emerging markets after COVID-19

The pandemic has dealt severe challenges to the livelihoods of people in emerging markets. Image: REUTERS/Sanna Irshad Mattoo

Alexis Crow

Global Head, Geopolitical Investing, PwC

Samir Saran

President, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)

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