January 6, 2014

The MINT Countries: Next Economic Giants?

Jim O'Neill, BBC News

The Associated Press

This is the envy of many developed countries but also two of the Bric countries, China and Russia. So, if Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey get their act together, some of them could match Chinese-style double-digit rates between 2003 and 2008.

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TAGGED: BRIC, BRICS, MINT, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey

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