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English definition of “economic tiger”

economic tiger

noun [C]
 
 
informal ECONOMICS
a country whose economy has grown and become successful very quickly: Poland became one of central Europe's economic tigers, with an annual growth rate of 5 to 7%. → See also Asian tiger, Celtic tiger
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