The countries below are linked to Emerging Markets - BRICS & CIVETS Resources @ Pitt LibGuide that provides selected high-quality resources for those interested in emerging market economies. It features individual country pages as well as sources searchable by topic or country.
BRIC, an acronym coined by Goldman Sachs economist Jim O'Neill in 2001, refers to the 4 fastest growing emerging economies over the previous decade. The countries differ immensely geographically, politically, socially, economically, and culturally but share strong growing and emerging economies. In 2011, South Africa was formally accepted into the BRIC alliance.
CIVETS, an acronym coined by economists at the EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit) in 2008, refers to Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa. These emerging market countries are widely regarded as the most likely to rise quickly in economic prominence over the coming decades. The acronym plays off the term BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) which indicates the fastest growing emerging economies over the last decade. (Investopedia.com)
CIVETS countries, the next generation of "tiger economies," share fast growing, relatively diverse economies as well as large, young (under 30) populations. As a result the countries have great potential for high growth in domestic consumption. These countries include:
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Map of O'Neill's BRICS countries
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
Image courtesy of Quora.
Map of EIU's CIVETS Countries
Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey, and South Africa
Image courtesy of Wikipedia.