In response to a question, he said the economic tigers
of the future may very well be technologically-driven economic segments, rather than geographically-based.
Forty nations -- not just economic tigers
such China, India and Brazil -- are rapidly lifting their people out of poverty.
The new regime in Egypt was supposed to start combating corruption, and to safeguard the huge economic achievements of the government of Ahmed Nazif, which had once prompted the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to say that Egypt will be one of the economic Tigers
of the Middle East.
Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia were hailed as the new Arab world's economic tigers
in the past decade.
We helped bail out the Irish because we do more trade with them than China, Brazil and many other so-called economic tigers
all put together.
Global sustainability has become even more complicated with the advent of the new economic tigers
personified at the moment, such as China, India, Brazil, and the like.
The primary use of zinc in galvanized steel, brass and other industrial uses provide a strong growth profile with high demand related to the industrialization of China and the other Asian economic tigers
The report projected that the East Asian economic tigers
will have the highest percentage of elderly people in their population by 2050.
Roach characterized Asia, long known as the stalking grounds of the Economic Tigers
, as soon to be the land of the Silver Haired Tigers, due to the region's aging population.
Noto complimented Indonesia for wisely leveraging its natural resources to become "one of the world's economic tigers
," and reiterated Mobil's valued partnership and ongoing commitment to energy development in the region.