Parkfield Trading Recognizes Thriving Emerging Markets Despite Climate Change

Top Quote Parkfield Trading has recently revealed that regardless of the existing climate change today, there are still emerging markets that continue to thrive and flourish. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 28, 2011 - In a recently concluded research last week, results revealed that among the top global concerns of some investors, climate change is positioned at the top three. In fact, in Vietnam and Hong Kong, climate change is listed as the number one concern.

    The rising economies for emerging markets provide a positive note of market confidence, guiding the way in terms of investment concern, personal commitment and the belief that climate change can be prevented in a study that indicates an immensely depressing picture of troubled and distrustful public.

    According to the study, 64 percent of the Chinese respondents claimed to be implementing a substantial effort to help lessen climate change, as compared to the 23 percents from UK, 20 percent from the United States and 10 percent from Japanese respondents. However, one in three people in China, Vietnam and India firmly believe that the effect of climate change can be stopped, compared to just one in every twenty respondents in UK and in France.

    Public's views enclosing the business opportunities and the economic projections presented by climate change were more persuading. More than half of respondents in Malaysia, India and Brazil solidly agreed that their respective countries would thrive and new jobs would be established by taking actions against climate change.

    The United States and United Kingdom were less positive, however, one third of the respondents from these regions believe that economic opportunities would still flourish and new jobs will be created.

    The recent outlook was complemented by a strong call for business to invest in countering climate change, with almost three fourth of respondents from France, and more than two-thirds of respondents from Germany articulating their views that superior business investment is required in this areas. Non Governmental Organizations and individuals were also seen as essential to this effort, supported by efficient and effective intervention from the government.

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