Global Economic Risks to the Middle Market

Developing markets face growing risks that present a clear and present danger to middle market firms in emerging economies. In RSM’s estimation, the developing economies most at risk include Indonesia, India, Iran, South Africa, Russia, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Turkey, and Venezuela. The policies pursued by the United States may force emerging market countries to undergo a self-induced bout of fiscal austerity or suffer through what is looking like a classic emerging market financial and banking crisis.

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