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Do you know your BRICs from your MINTs?

Andy Day

12th February 2017

Economist Jim O'Neill coined the acronym BRIC economies in reference to the potential might of Brazil, Russia, India and China as dominant economies of the twenty-first century. But in these radio broadcasts he explores his latest group: the MINTs

As we enter a fast-changing economic global community, some countries are experiencing loss of dominance, others are strengthening, and a few are on the fast-track to growth. In these 45 minute broadcasts on BBC Radio 4, Jim O'Neill explores the basis of four Emerging Economies (EEs) that may play a significant role in globalisation as the century unfolds: the MINTs, or Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey

Mexico: Brave New World:

Indonesia: Commodity Curse:

Nigeria: Africa's Hope:

Turkey: Beyond the Silk Road:

Andy Day

Andy recently finished being a classroom geographer after 35 years at two schools in East Yorkshire as head of geography, head of the humanities faculty and director of the humanities specialism. He has written extensively about teaching and geography - with articles in the TES, Geography GCSE Wideworld and Teaching Geography.

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