Without U.S., Germany...These 11 Countries Could Be The Future Of The Global Economy

N-11 could be synonym for countries whith bright future. Also, N-11 is  nice asosiation on the number of players on a soccer team. So, the N-11 comprised a mixed bag: South Korea, Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey, Iran, Egypt, Nigeria, the Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Vietnam. Each of these countries have extremely diverse economic and social conditions, and very different levels of wealth. For example, South Koreans now enjoy a standard of living similar to that in the European Union, which makes many analysts’ persistent categorization of South Korea as an “emerging economy” all the more baffling. Meanwhile, Mexico’s and Turkey’s levels of wealth haven’t come anywhere near that of South Korea, and yet they are considerably wealthier than the rest of the N-11, some of which remain among the poorest countries in the world. At the same time, Asian N-11 countries such as the Philippines and Vietnam have grown significantly since 2005, while Mexico’s performance has been somewhat disappointing, and Egypt’s even more so. Collectively, the N-11 comprises some 1.5 billion people, and its current nominal GDP is around $6.5 trillion. Maybe, we could say how is N-11 projection - is projection for new relationships in the world.

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The comfort of the rich depends an abundant supply of poor...

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Looks like a recycling old dreams about BRIC?! BRIC is passe! Who can point to all N11 countries on a world map?

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Instead of comment, a quote from "Alan Ford"(comic) : "Better to live hundred years as a millionaire, than one week in poverty"

 

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According to projection, these countries will be world's largest economies in the 21st cent? It's hard to believe in this list. Though, miracles are possible. 

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Countries must take their destines into their own hands. Many of them depend on others.

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The new world order is now called globalism. Globalism is socialism on the world stage. Redistribution of wealth and jobs from wealthy nations to poor. This is needed to have a global economy. From this point of view it is easy to say that globalism has become a measure of itself... 

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