The following are websites that provide access to maps of emerging market countries.
Map of O'Neil's BRICS countries
For a larger version of the map, click on the image below
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
Map of the EIU's "CIVETS" Countries
Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey, and South Africa
In 2001, Jim O’Neil, Goldman Sachs' chief economist, created the term BRIC. In 2005 he identified the “Next 11” (N-11) growth markets -- The '"Next 11" are: Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Turkey, South Korea, and Vietnam. More recently he has coined another term – "MIST" or “MIKT” – to describe a quartet of Next 11 countries that appear most promising for western investors: Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey.
In 2008, a rival group of EIU - Economist Intelligence Unit economists led by Robert Ward identified the “CIVETS” countries: which stands for Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa. Ward and the EIU believe these six will be the next generation of emerging nations.
Map of O'Neill's N-11 - the "Next 11" Countries
The following are links to collections of pictures, photographs, and images of some BRICS and CIVETS countries.