a market in a less developed country whose economy is just beginning to grow: emerging markets open to foreign investors.
Insidious vs. InvidiousInsidious and invidious both describe the way someone does something bad. Insidious implies secrecy, while invidious is more open. An insidious action is sneaky and harmful. An invidious action is also negative, but it happens out in the open. Insidious Insidious actions are covert. Those who carry them out hope to accomplish some act of evil. For example, lies are insidious. Secret meetings and intrigue …
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British Dictionary definitions for emerging market
a financial or consumer market in a newly developing country or former communist country
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