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The acronym BRICS was originally coined in 2001 by the English economist Jim O’Neill, of Goldman Sachs, in the study Building Better Global Economics, in which he points out the influences of emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China on the future of overall global economy.
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The assembly of works known as 25 years of Rio Grande do Sul’s economy, published in 1976, dealt with the State industry as “[…] closely and inseparably linked to national economy […]” (FUNDAÇÃO DE ECONOMIA E ESTATÍSTICA, 1976, p. 19).1
1 FUNDAÇÃO DE ECONOMIA E ESTATÍSTICA. Análise da Indústria de Transformação no Rio Grande do Sul. Porto Alegre: 1976. (25 anos de economia gaúcha, v. 4). Disponível em: < http://cdn.fee.tche.br/publicacoes/digitalizacao/25-anos-economia-gaucha/vol-4.pdf >. Acesso em: 13 ago. 2015.
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