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Move Over, BRICs. Here Come the MISTs

Goldman Sachs’s Jim O’Neill touts another acronym
The headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group in New York
The headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group in New YorkPhotograph by Scott Eells/Bloomberg

In 2001, Jim O’Neill kicked off a decade-long investment boom with a catchy acronym for the four largest emerging-market economies—Brazil, Russia, India, and China. The Goldman Sachs Asset Management chairman is now promoting a new foursome of fast-track countries: Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, and Turkey.

Bloomberg's Susan Li and Robyn Meredith discuss Goldman Sachs' new emerging markets, Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey.