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View from the bridge, Constantinople, Turkey.


Cited below are select articles tracing the development and popularization of the MINT acronym, and general web resources defining MINT.

MINT: Sources of Information

August 2017

Table of Contents

Background Information
Country Information
Print Resources
News Sources
Articles and Reports
Other Research Guides
LC Subject Headings

Image (left):
[View from the bridge, Constantinople, Turkey]
[between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900].
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division

News Articles

Frasier, Ian."Fidelity is confident its MINTs won't suck." QFinance. May 10, 2015. Accessed on August 2, 2017. External Link

Kapadia, Reshma. "Emerging markets: redrawing the map." MarketWatch. Last updated November 22, 2011. Accessed on August 2, 2017. External Link

O’Neill, Jim. "Who you calling a BRIC?" Bloomberg View. November 12, 2013. Accessed on August 2, 2017. Available to subscribers only. External Link

Boesler, Matthew. "The economist who invented the BRICs just invented a whole new group of countries: the MINTs." Business Insider. November 13, 2013. Accessed on August 2, 2017. External Link

Wright, Chris. "After the BRICS are the MINTs, but can you make any money from them?" Forbes. January 6, 2014. Accessed on August 2, 2017. External Link

General Reference

Financial Times Lexicon External Link

Investopedia External Link

MacMillan Dictionary External Link

Wikipedia External Link

Last updated: 09/07/2017

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