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Jim O’Neill, BRICs and the UK’s Economy

Recently, the new government of the UK has appointed former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O’Neil as a commercial secretary to the treasury. Jim coined the term Brazil, Russia, India and China… 583 more words


O'Neill Report on Antimicrobial Resistance

Broadcaster: various

Year: 2015

Genre: News

From time to time we will use BiologyOnTheBox to aggregate coverage on the same story from a number of different broadcast sources. 1,400 more words


At the End of the Day

The pool is open. Hurrah. The pool has problems. Ooouurrgh.

The filtration is blocked. The pump is underachieving. There are two very dead toads doing the necrophylliac jive in the backwash system. 467 more words

At The End Of The Day

Keene’s KeedeLath™ at World of Concrete 2015

Jim O’Neill, from Keene Building Products discusses their newest Product: KeedeLath™ with Masonry Magazines’ Jennifer Morrell.

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The Growth Map: China and India are doing their best for themselves, not for the world


Book: THE GROWTH MAP : Economic Opportunity in the BRICs and beyond

Author: Jim O’Neill

Page: 254

Price: £25

First edition, 2011 , penguin… 1,364 more words


Foreign investors believes it is for their best interest if Jonathan loses the 2015 elections.

A loss by Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in general elections next month may be viewed “positively” by foreign investors and probably won’t rattle markets, according to Jim O’Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. 566 more words

The Price of Oil in 2015

By Jim O’Neill

LONDON – In late 1979, I began work on my PhD thesis, an empirical investigation of the OPEC surplus and its disposal. It was the end of a decade in which oil prices had undergone two dramatic increases, and most of the various geniuses of the day were confidently predicting that they would continue to soar, from under $40 per barrel – a historic high at that time – to above $100. 214 more words

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