PRN: Emerging Markets Building From the Ground up
Emerging Markets Building From the Ground up
LONDON, December 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
The past year more than any other has illustrated the division between aspiring and established nations. Strong growth in emerging markets has proved the salvation to the world economy when financial circumstances have been grim elsewhere. Developing nations have capitalised on the sluggish economies of rival developed nations to establish themselves as credible locations for investment.
As a result swift advances have taken place and no more so than in the very infrastructure on which many emerging markets are built. The New Economy's Emerging Market Infrastructure Awards identify the leading companies capable of driving exciting innovations in transportation, energy and city infrastructure. From the creation of power grids to the construction of new sport and cultural stadia, their work has been central in the transformation of nascent countries into promising world players.
The New Economy views the recipients of the Emerging Market Infrastructure Awards 2011 as the future big hitters of the global construction industry. From their success as the transformers of nations, we wish them future prosperity in their endeavours and expect to hear more about their success soon.
Read more about the Emerging Market Infrastructure Awards and find articles from some of the winners in the Winter 2012 edition of The New Economy, available in shops now.
To view a full list of the winners, visit: http://www.theneweconomy.com.