The BRICs - still going strong?

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It is ten years since an economist at Goldman Sachs coined the term BRICs, to describe the world's fastest growing emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China.

At the time, few took much notice of the label that Jim O'Neill invented, but now it's practically a household name.

So, what does Jim O'Neill think of the BRICs a decade on?

The BBC's chief Economics Correspondent Hugh Pym has been talking to him.

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