The 22 Most Exciting Emerging Markets In The World

Horses green march moroccoREUTERS/Youssef BoudlalHorse riders perform with guns to celebrate the 38th anniversary of the now famous Green March on Wednesday near city of Fes, November 6, 2013.

Since the beginning of the year emerging markets have gotten completely routed.

There have been a number of explanations — a Chinese slow down, the davaluation of the Argentine peso, political problems exacerbating economic problems in Turkey — but lets be real, markets come back.

When they do, you should be ready.

For that moment, Bloomberg Markets Magazine has compiled a list of the 22 most exciting emerging markets in the world. These are places where there’s an opportunity around (almost) every turn if you know how to see it.

To calculate the ranking, Bloomberg Markets Magazine awarded countries points based on 19 different indicators including gross domestic product growth, inflation, current-account balance, government debt and total investment. Countries were then given 0 to the maximum number of points for each category for their overall score (which was out of 100).

22. Egypt

Total score: 20.0

Projected annual GDP Growth: 3.3%

Ease of doing business rank: 128

20. Morocco

Total score: 37.9

Projected annual GDP growth: 4.4%

Ease of doing business rank: 87

19. South Africa

Total score: 38.3

Projected annual GDP Growth: 3.1%

Ease of doing business rank: 41

18. Indonesia

Total score: 39.6

Projected annual GDP Growth: 5.7%

Ease of doing business rank: 120

16. Philippines

Total score: 45.3

Projected annual GDP Growth: 6.1%

Ease of doing business rank: 108

15. Brazil

Total score: 45.7

Projected annual GDP Growth: 2.6%

Ease of doing business rank: 116

13. Hungary

Total score: 46.2

Projected annual GDP Growth: 1.9%

Ease of doing business rank: 54

12. Turkey

Total score: 48.3

Projected annual GDP Growth: 4.1%

Ease of doing business rank: 69

11. Colombia

Total score: 48.9

Projected annual GDP Growth: 4.6%

Ease of doing business rank: 43

10. Czech Republic

Total score: 52.6

Projected annual GDP Growth: 2.1%

Ease of doing business rank: 75

9. Poland

Total score:53.2

Projected annual GDP Growth: 3.2%

Ease of doing business rank: 45

5. Thailand

Total score: 59.0

Projected annual GDP Growth: 4.5%

Ease of doing business rank: 18

4. Chile

Total score: 59.3

Projected annual GDP Growth: 4.3%

Ease of doing business rank: 34

3. Malaysia

Total score: 62.0

Projected annual GDP Growth: 5.0%

Ease of doing business rank: 6

1. China

A zookeeper feeds a hippopotamus with forage wrapped in the shape of a zongzi, a traditional Chinese food made from rice wrapped in bamboo leaves, to celebrate the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival at a wildlife zoo in Shenzhen, Guangdong province June 10, 2013.

Total score: 69.6

Projected annual GDP Growth: 7.4%

Ease of doing business rank: 96

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