The term frontier markets is commonly used to describe the equity markets of the smaller and less accessible, but still "investable", countries of the developing world. The frontier, or pre-emerging equity markets, are typically pursued by investors seeking high, long-run return potential as well as low correlations with other markets. The implication of a country being labeled as frontier, or pre-emerging, is that the market will begin to develop.
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