Frontier market

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Market classification.

A frontier market is too small to be considered an emerging market but is more developed than a least developing country.

Markets (in order of economic development) are often classified as:

Least Developing.

Different organisations produce slightly different lists of countries within each of these categories.

Examples of frontier markets in MSCI's classification include - in alphabetical order - Bahrain, Bangladesh, Croatia, Estonia and Iceland.

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