Global growth is set to average 3.5 per cent for 2000-30, well above the 3 per cent rate for 1973-2000," it said.
"Recent pessimism about emerging markets is overdone. Concerns over the middle-income trap, excessive Asian leverage, 'broken' growth models and rising US interest rates appear exaggerated," Standard Chartered Global Head of Macroeconomic Research John Calverley said.
Calverley further added that "while we have lowered our long-term forecasts for China, India and Europe, the case for an emerging markets-led super-cycle still holds. Successful reforms will be critical for these economies to realise their catch-up potential."