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# The five countries with lame emerging economies—those of Brazil, China

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Re: The five countries with lame emerging economies—those of Brazil, China [#permalink]
A. Usage of “those of” is wrong and redundant here.
B. This is the perfect replacement. Hence, B is the answer.
C.This statement has logic issue. Economies can’t make up population.
D. This also implies that economies have made up the population.
E. This sounds as though some other countries contain the economies of Brazil, China, etc.
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