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The Next 11: Beyond the BRICs


Here are the nations with big populations and big potentials. Goldman Sach's economist Jim O'Neil calls them the 'Next 11'. …

Here are the nations with big populations and big potentials. Goldman Sach's economist Jim O'Neil calls them the 'Next 11'.

Each country certainly brings its own surprises. From toilet theme parks to new cities. Discover for yourself here.

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  • 1. The 11 Insights into theNext next BRIC nations
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  • 3. BRIC man Meet the man behind BRICs Jim ONeil of Goldman Sachs coined the term in 2001 Now hes up to it again.... The Next 11 (or N-11) are the growth opportunities (beyond the BRICs) over the next 40 years
  • 4. Next 11 Mexico Turkey Egypt Iran Nigeria Bangladesh Indonesia South Korea Pakistan Philippines Vietnam
  • 5. mexicoBy 2018, America will import more goods from Mexico than from any other country (Source: The Economist, 24/11/12)
  • 6. turkey Median age of population is just 28.9 years Will grow 28% to 94.5 million between now and 2050 (Source: TurkStat, 2012)
  • 7. egyptHas lost upto $80 billion of economic output since Mubarak was ousted (Source: Reuters, 07/12/12)
  • 8. iran3 million foreign tourists visited Iran last yearBetween 2004-2010 tourism was up 12.7% (vs 3.2% global average) (Source: UN World Tourism Organisation)
  • 9. nigeriaWill build a new city from scratch by 2014Lagos has been voted the worlds third worst livable city (Source: InformationNigeria,org, 06/12/12)
  • 10. bangladesh IMF predicts GDP growth of 6% next year This would continue its trend of growing at 5-6%/year every year since 1996
  • 11. indonesia100 new cars appear on the streets of Jakarta every day adding to the macet (traffic jam)
  • 12. south korea This nation puts a high value on culture; they have added yetanother museum – the worlds first toilet theme park
  • 13. pakistan The 7 million strong Pakistani diaspora, contributed US$11.2 billion to the economy in 2011 in remittances
  • 14. philippines120 million Filipinos have received English language training Many Koreans, Japanese and Taiwanese now go to English language schools in the country
  • 15. vietnam The software and digital content industry has grown by 20-25% since 2001AT Kearney reckons it is due to beone of the next IT outsourcing hubs
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