Four newly industrializing economies -- South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Singapore -- will enjoy recovery in exports, especially those to China and the U.
What does NIEs stand for?
NIEs stands for Newly Industrializing Economies
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We have 12 other meanings of NIEs in our Acronym Attic
- National Institute of Economic Research
- National Institute of Environmental Research (South Korea)
- Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation
- Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre
- Nansen International Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (Russia)
- Nanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences (China)
- National Imagery Exploitation System (National Imagery and Mapping Agency)
- National Industry Extension Service (Australia)
- National Institute for Environmental Studies
- Nauru Island Effect Study (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Climate Research Facility; US Department of Energy)
- Northern Ireland Electricity Service
- National Institute for Educational Strategies and Curriculum Development (Vietnam)
- National Institute of Education Symphonic Band (Singapore)
- National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (India)
- National Institute for Education Strategies and Curriculum (Vietnam)
- Northern Indiana Educational Services Center
- National Institute for Ethnic Studies in Health (UK)
- National Institute of Economic and Social Research (Britain)
- Nuclear Decay-Induced Excited-Spin-State Trapping
- Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (Nigeria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
China's growth has pushed Asia to evolve into a fiercely competitive market, putting an end to ''the era of coexistence by economies of different development stages,'' with Japan taking a lead, followed by the newly industrializing economies of Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan and then by four advanced Southeast Asian countries, it said.
Although costs in Europe and Canada continued to decline relative to the United States, compensation costs in Mexico, Japan, and the Asian newly industrializing economies (NIEs) of Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan increased at a faster rate than in the United States.
The world's newly industrializing economies, especially those of China, India, and Brazil, have placed unprecedented demand on the production of oil, coal, industrial metals, and even fertilizer.
In the Asian newly industrializing economies (NIES), hourly compensation costs in manufacturing were $5.
The ministry said the largest portion of fiscal 1998 grass-roots aid went to 22 developing and newly industrializing economies in Asia, totaling 2.
Growth in the newly industrializing economies (NIEs) and in the People's Republic of China was led largely by exports and economic expansion in Southeast and South Asia was driven by buoyant domestic demand and investment in manufacturing, construction infrastructure.
The newly industrializing economies of Asia (NIEs) continued to grow rapidly.