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Don't Rule Out the BRICs

Goldman Sachs was right to end its fund, but the concept still has value for investors.
Mohamed El-Erian's Plan to Stick With the BRICS

Goldman Sachs' recent decision to merge its BRIC fund into a broader emerging-markets fund does not signal that the idea of grouping the economies of Brazil, Russia India and China has outlived its usefulness. Rather, the move is a timely reminder that analytically sound concepts need not always translate into durable investment approaches -- and for good reasons.

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