An article in the U.K.'s Guardian daily draws attention to speculations surrounding this "new wave" and quotes economists as forecasting Turkey's economy will be bigger than Italy's and one of the largest in Europe in 2050.
The article, entitled "New-wave economies going for growth" writes that as even BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China) plateau, a "second wave of countries", including Turkey are "coming up fast and could overtake the west by 2050."
Commenting on these rising stars, the Guardian writes: "They are big. They have young and growing populations. They have invested in infrastructure and education. And they are growing at the sort of rates that make them the envy of the recession-hobbled west," Announcing that the Guardian will be launching a three-day series spotlighting several of these countries, the article states that when growth rates are determined for 2013, these nations will surely dominate the top 20.
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