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Developing countries are becoming hotbeds of business innovation in much the same way as Japan did from the $1950 \text{s}$ onwards. They are reinventing systems of production and distribution, and experimenting with entirely new business models. Why are countries that were until recently associated with cheap hands now becoming leaders in innovation? Driven by a mixture of ambition and fear they are relentlessly climbing up the value chain. Emerging-market champions have not only proved highly competitive in their own backyards, they are also going global themselves.

  1. Production and distribution models are going through rapid innovations worldwide as developed countries are being challenged by their earlier suppliers from the developing world.
  2. Competition has driven emerging economies, once suppliers of cheap labour, to become innovators of business models that have enabled them to move up the value chain and go global.
  3. Developing countries are being forced to invent new business models which challenge the old business models, so they can remain competitive domestically.
  4. Innovations in production and distribution are helping emerging economies compete with countries to which they once supplied cheap labour.
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