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BRIC
 n.— «He predicts massive growth coming through between now and 2050 not only in China but also in India, Brazil and Russia—he has coined the term “BRICs” to represent these countries collectively. While he sees vast potential in Russia and Brazil, it is nothing near as colossal as India and China.» —“How China is helping commodity prices to defy gravity” by Saeed Shah Financial Times (U.K.) Mar. 15, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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