BRIC Countries

Definition

The acronym that stands for Brazil, Russia, India and China, four of the world's emerging but not yet fully developed economies. The BRIC label came from a thesis proposed by Goldman Sachs' Jim O'Neill in 2001 that argued that these four countries would collectively be the most successful and influential by the year 2050. Also called the "Big Four."

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You should always make sure that you know the right way to proceed when dealing with any of the bric countries.

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We took a look at investment opportunities in the BRIC Countries and found some really high yield options that excited the team.

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For the last decade or so, much attention has been on the so-called BRIC countries, an acronym representing the emerging-market economies of Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

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