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nndb part of many firms maybe even countries in her hands federal reserve chair Janet Yellen widely expected to hike right anytime now but some economists say it may be developing countries not to you is that I'm most exposed that after years of lower borrowing costs lead them to load up on cheap did Reuters chief emerging markets correspondent Sujata rockabilly content to be I am back in national settlement household that private sector and government debt has gone up by about has doubled since two thousand eight , gone up to about three trillion , I payback time telephone jacks could become harder to theoretically debt default and emerging markets are going to be slowing down some governments have prepared by borrowing list and dollars and more in their own currencies but the emerging market firms with big dollar dates will find repayment suddenly get more expensive they respond by talking investment that could aggravate an economic slowdown , well the central bankers in emerging markets such as the one from Mexico or India how , actually telling that just get it over with stop , get the ball rolling it's because %HESITATION , train crash coming to attend for two years investors have been waiting and watching and a lot of them because of the uncertainty they have been pulling money out of emerging markets because they don't know how much different moderate rain but even at the right height would indeed uncertainty there's one other factor might just slow down and China would hit emerging market hard though it might also make defeat rethink