Term:EMERGING MARKET

An economy which is in a development phase – as opposed to a first-world economy which is said to be fully developed. Emerging economies generally enjoy more rapid growth than first world economies, but tend to suffer from greater political and economic instability. The BRICS economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa have formed an alliance of emerging markets and established a joint bank to support member countries.

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