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Mar 25, 2014

Jim O’Neill: BRICs, MINTs strong despite emerging market wobbles

LAGOS (Reuters) – The large, fast-growing emerging market countries dubbed the BRICs and MINTs are still likely to be the most promising investment destinations over the next decade, despite emerging market turbulence, Jim O’Neill, who coined the terms, said.

Former Goldman Sachs economist O’Neill came up with the name BRIC in 2001 to group Brazil, Russia, India and China as countries whose growth will shape the world economy in the coming decades.

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Nigeria hopes its gas can keep the lights on

ABUJA, March 21 (Reuters) – The first power cut to hit the
luxury hotel venue of this week’s energy conference here struck
the Nigerian oil minister’s speech on gas supply reforms with
uncanny accuracy.

“The gas masterplan aims to develop infrastructure delivery
for the domestic market …,” Diezani Alison-Madueke was saying
- before a blackout took out the auditorium lights and speakers.

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      "“I am the Bureau Chief for Nigeria since Nov. 2011. Before that I covered West Africa for 2 years from Ivory Coast, Iraq for 2 years (from Baghdad), and east and central Africa for 5 years, including Uganda, eastern DRC, South Sudan, Kenya and Madagascar.”"
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