LONDON, Dec 22 (Reuters) - The world's four biggest emerging economies -- Brazil, Russia, India and China -- are receiving increasing volumes of investment as their economies grow faster than those in the developed world. Real economic growth from 1999 through 2008 averaged 9.75 percent in China, 7 percent in India and Russia and 3.3 percent in Brazil. In all four countries, GDP has more than doubled since 1998 and in China and India it has trebled. For a story on capital flows to the ...
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