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Published on: October 7, 2015
Global Prosperity
Will the Real Middle Class Please Stand Up?

“Middle class” is defined differently in India, Brazil, and South Africa, but all three countries share the same need: for a second wave of reforms to make their middles classes less state-oriented and more entrepreneurial.

Ann Bernstein is executive director of South Africa’s leading policy think tank, the Centre for Development and Enterprise.
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