VISTA (economics)

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VISTA is an acronym for Vietnam, Indonesia, South Africa, Turkey, Argentina.[1]

It is used in economics in discussing emerging markets.[2] The concept was first proposed in 2006 by BRICs Economic Research Institute of Japan.[3][4]

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  1. ^ Mori, Takeshi. (PDF). NRI Papers https://www.nri.com/global/opinion/papers/2010/pdf/np2010155.pdf. Retrieved 15 November 2017.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "VISTA". The Free Dictionary. 
  3. ^ "VISTA - Worth a Look" (PDF). Henyep International Wealth Management. 
  4. ^ "EMERGING FX VIEW-Investors may trade off BRIC for VISTA". Thomson Reuters. 13 July 2007. 

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