The E7’s challenge to this powerful club, formed in 1975 at Rambouillet near Paris, by emerging economies was coined by a report published in 2006 by PwC’s Stern Review, describing it as group comprising China, India, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Indonesia and Turkey. A lot has changed since then, but the race by these seven emerging economies has been so tight that the U.S. consulting firm had to revise its forecast and bring forward the year to 2030 for when it expects them to come to the fore.
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