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Economic miracle is an informal economic term commonly used to refer to a period of dramatic economic development that is entirely unexpected or unexpectedly strong. The term has been used to describe periods in the recent histories of a number of countries, often those undergoing an economic boom, or described as a tiger economy.
Early modern period
Post-World War II
See Post-World War II economic expansion.
- Spanish miracle (1959-1974)
- Four Asian Tigers (South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore, c. 1960s-1990s)
- Tiger Cub Economies (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam, c. 2010s-present)
- Brazilian Miracle (1968-1973)
- Chinese economic boom (1978-2014)
- Miracle of Chile (c. 1970s-present)
- Mauritian Miracle (1970s-present)
- i M?i (Vietnam, 1986-present)
- Massachusetts Miracle (1980s)
- Anatolian Tigers (certain Turkish cities, c. 1980s)
- Gulf Tiger (Dubai city, c. 1990s-2008)
- Indian economic boom (1991-present)
- Celtic Tiger (Ireland, c. 1995-2007)
- Baltic Tiger (Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania, c. 2000-2007)
- Tatra Tiger (Slovakia, 2002-2007)