Big Emerging Markets

Big Emerging Markets
сокр. BEMs межд. эк., амер. большие развивающиеся рынки* (группа быстро растущих стран, которые Министерство торговли США рассматривает в качестве крупнейших потенциальных рынков для экспорта американской продукции; к группе относятся: Аргентина, Бразилия, Китайская экономическая зона (Китай, Гонконг, Тайвань), Индия, Индонезия, Мексика, Польша, ЮАР, Южная Корея и Турция)
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