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Monday 24, January 2011 by

Companies from rapidly developing economies are the “hidden engines” of the global economy

A group of companies from rapidly developing economies has begun to leapfrog past established multinationals in global industry rankings. In a report, the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) identifies 100 of these so-called global challengers, about half of which could qualify for inclusion in the Fortune Global 500 within the next five years.