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How Important are the MINT Countries to the Global Economy?

11/27/2013
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Hilary Walsh responds to former Goldman Sachs economist Jim O'Neill’s new list of emerging economies, dubbed MINT. This acronym stands for Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey. In this podcast, Walsh gives her opinion on whether the MINT economies will become important to the global economy over the next few years or if other countries offer better economic prospects.

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