Mercator XXI Global Market Analysis: The Triangle of OpportunityBy Mercator Xxi Llc, PRNE
Monday, April 4, 2011
WASHINGTON, April 5, 2011 - Mercator XXI, LLC today announces the release of its 2011 Triangle of
Opportunity (TOO) market analysis tool. The publication, which highlights the
potent and growing economic potential between China, India and the Middle
East, as well as Africa, is being made available to the public in an abridged
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"These two analyses provide a keen look at the synergies that exist
between these major portions of the world. Business and government leaders
would be well served to consider the leveraging economic opportunities
presented by this market framework," said Christopher G. Caine, Mercator
XXI's President and CEO.
Mercator XXI, LLC is a professional services firm with offices in
Washington, DC and Cairo, Egypt. Drawing on over 30 years of business and
marketplace experience, Mercator XXI helps clients execute growth strategies
in the global economy.
"While the traditional growth markets of the developed world have
stuttered in the wake of the global financial crisis, the markets in the
Triangle of Opportunity have demonstrated remarkable resilience and growth,"
said Mercator XXI's Director of Research, Christopher Williams. "Our TOO
methodology provides a compelling look at the rapidly evolving economic
interdependency between China, India and the markets of the Middle East, and
Africa. It pinpoints how they are playing off of each other's strengths and
how this relationship can be expanded."
While much attention has been directed to recent political events across
the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, market-based transformations
"Alongside the political turmoil in the Middle East, there is another
revolution going on in business. It is a trend towards more risk-taking and a
more open economy. These changes are demanding regulatory reforms. Business
is thinking more globally and, based on similar socio-economic challenges and
development environments, Middle Eastern businesses and entrepreneurs are
looking towards India and China as natural partners," said Hesham Wahby,
Mercator XXI's Principal for Egypt and the Middle East based in Cairo.
The Triangle of Opportunity (TOO) can be found at
Monica Debban of Mercator XXI, LLC, +1-202-349-2906
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