January 29th, 2013
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Davos, Switzerland (CNN) - For a decade the BRIC nations dominated the emerging markets narrative. But a new narrative has emerged for the post-crisis world. Are Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Pakistan and Turkey set to be the new engines of global growth?

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