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By Matthew F. Murphy, Jr., CFA, CAIAVice President and Institutional Portfolio Manager, Global Income Group, Eaton Vance Management and Michael A. CiramiDirector of Global Income, Eaton Vance Management

Eaton Vance proactive management of emerging markets debt goes beyond the constraints of common active and passive approaches. We outline our process — refined over three decades — for seeking alpha in the sector for clients.