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March 28, 2007 Issue No: 153 2 Global Economics Paper Goldman Sachs Economic Research 1. The N11 Dream Late in 2005, we introduced the concept of the Next Eleven (N11). Our purpose was to identify those countries that could potentially have a BRIClike impact in rivalling the G7.
Issue No: 196 5 May 26, 2010 Goldman Sachs Global Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research Global Economics Paper The dependency on the Dollar, even before the credit crisis, and the accumulating external imbalances of the US are wellknown reasons for many longterm fears about the Dollars value2. And, since the aggressive US
Issue No: 132 2 28th September 2005 Goldman Sachs Economic Research Global Economics Paper The sorry state of demographics throughout the G6 is a wellknown story. It is also a fairly depressing one, at least on the surface. Populations are aging and fertility rates, other than in the US, have been below replacement rates for three decades.
Issue No: 136 2 January 16, 2006 Goldman Sachs Economic Research Global Economics Paper Goldman Sachs Economic Research Group 1 Jim ONeill, M. D. & Head of Global Economic R esearch 2 William Dudley, Advisory Director& Deputy Head of Global Economic Research Global Macro& 2 Dominic Wilson, M. D. & Director of Global Macro& Markets Research Markets Research 1
Global Economics Paper No: 187 Goldman Sachs Global Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research at https: 360. gs. com India CAN Afford Its Massive Infrastructure Needs We estimate that India will require 1. 7 trillion in financing over the next decade to meet its infrastructure needs. This figure is considerably higher than previous estimates.
Can Mitigate the Burden of Aging, Global Economics Paper No 132, September 28, 2005. 4 BRIC and N11 are acronyms of country groups from our preceding Goldman Sachs Economics Global Papers No: 99& No: 134. BRICs refer to Brazil, Russia, India, and China. N11 includes Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Korea,
Issue No: 195 3 April 14, 2010 Goldman Sachs Global Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research Global Economics Paper The financial crisis of 2008 and 2009, like others before it, is now being followed by a fiscal crisis. Across the developed world, privatesector borrowing has been replaced by publicsector borrowing (Chart 1). This has
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