First we heard about the emerging economic prowess of the BRICS nations: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. They were touted to be the future global economic leaders. Forecasts now point to weaker growth and political instability in those markets, particularly the economic ripple resulting from Russia's military intervention in the Ukraine.
But in 2014, analysts were turning their attention to the MINT countries: Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey. With guests who are experts in the field of economics and law, The Agenda examined what has happened to the promise of BRICS and what is most appealing about the emerging markets of MINT.
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