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The growth map : economic opportunity in the BRICs and beyond

Author: Jim O'Neill
Publisher: London : Portfolio, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ten years ago, Jim O'Neill made a startling prediction: that the world would no longer be run from New York, London or Tokyo. A new era was arising in which Brazil, Russia, India and China would overtake the largest Western economies. In this text the author explores this concept and considers its future.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim O'Neill
ISBN: 9780241958070 0241958075 0241958067 9780241958063
OCLC Number: 825557466
Notes: Originally published: London: Portfolio Penguin, 2011.
Description: vii, [253] pages : charts (black and white) ; 20 cm
Contents: Introduction: Audacious growth --
The birth of the BRICs --
From emerging to emerged --
BRIC by BRIC --
The new growth markets --
Are there enough resources? --
Consumption --
New allies ahead --
A new world order --
Invest and prosper --
Conclusion: A better world.
Responsibility: Jim O'Neill.

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