BRIC


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BRIC

 (brĭk)
n.
1. The set of countries comprising Brazil, Russia, India, and China, especially viewed as an emerging market.
2. Any one of these countries, viewed as an emerging market.
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Save time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the size, growth, major segments, and leading players in the BRIC dairy market
Throughout this process of institutionalization, the vast majority of observers in the United States and Europe argue that the category was inadequate for a more rigorous analysis, given that the differences between the BRIC countries far outweigh their commonalities.
Joseph Stiglitz, chief economist at the WB from 1996 until 1999, said in 2012 the BRIC nations need to join forces to create a global fund similar to the lines that created the WB in 1944.
Now, the BRICS (which, since 2010, have included South Africa) are a real, functioning diplomatic network.
That association helped the SCO -- still largely a Sino-Russian enterprise -- to receive more publicity, but it left the BRIC countries with little space to start formulating a unified action plan.
In 2010, the Moscow Declaration was accepted by BRIC countries (before SA joined).
According to Professor Leslie Willcocks: "The Beyond BRIC study sheds new light on the global offshoring industry outside of traditional outsourcing markets, such as India.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Smartphone market in BRIC to grow at a CAGR of 72 percent over the period 2011-2015.
Despite the commodities boom of the last decade, its industrial output relative to GDP is no higher than it was when the effort to create a BRICS bloc began.
What makes us so effective is not only that we've been doing business in these markets since 2008, but that we've been working side by side with some of the biggest players the BRIC countries such as OLX, Dafiti, Mail.
Russia accepted presidency of the BRICS group, taking over from Brazil earlier this month.