0000024099 00000 n BRIC nations (a term coined by Goldman some 10 years ago) dominate the world's economic output by 2050. 0000015598 00000 n �p�j��)i�s� �$u��B6_��^3�r startxref 0000018963 00000 n h�b```f``*e`a``3`a@ �+s�``qҭah�b|�@\���i^Ɲ��+8�T3J�43�r��jy*��a�Ꜭ��m� Account active G:� y���T|2�i��h��ԞrqP{Y+��#������*''�k�zE���?�"�WB2��e܉(Tn��PU�h� R* 0000016177 00000 n 204 0 obj<>stream 0000030007 00000 n xref This has to be a difficult forecast to make - involving assumptions that, if changed slightly, could impact the outcome materially. �B�1�$n�*�����4[��5��A�)����FO�s�R�8}�~�!�C^�Tq�z�c��� f ���`U� ���c�s��8nwH�������a�pz�w;��4�Seg}���^�����.H�Jע���%߯��N�=讒wʟ�@7�6�h�L��!��Q���j �&����f�λ��n�ٰ�?5&���ʕ�iz7���~Y��p����CM7��a�y��V�ܩ��6Lՠo8�;���xj���b3����Y���"sD-��,�y#�W ������� y��^ۓ_G����ǝI�&Z̷8�9��%�����6��3��,��!�! Apparently the world will look very different in 38 years. By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Business Insider 0000002184 00000 n %PDF-1.6 %���� A selection of our best stories daily based on your reading preferences. GS seems to be projecting rapid growth for some non-BRIC EMG nations such as Indonesia and Nigeria (possibly because of population growth). There would be 16 economies which would have per capita gdp above $50,000. endstream endobj startxref Population Value Year 2050 Projections Total population 46 050 302 2015 95 504 636 Urban / rural 25.6 % / 74.4 % 2015 43.9 % / 56.1 % Employment in agriculture 15.7% 2016 HDI1 0.56 2015 Poverty rate 36.0% 2013 GDP Value Year 2050 Projections2 Gdp (million) USD 55 241 2013 USD 509 871 Gdp per capita USD 1 322 2013 USD 6 532 ��#���[���1������ұi�ѵ�p�YY8{poSg��� qժ�;=�a��Ч����;�ٛ�-�D����GT�wS�ֽ���{8��^�ۺ��X��0sD�#>�U������$Q��a�!�$�f��C��&�u>�t�5!��ʨ�4����������˫�������2����M�a◮��(��3E>���zl�]~�-��럥�W���f��"�ϱw9z��rZey9���M���u�. 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