April 13, 2011

BRICs Work for Shared Prosperity

Zhang Yan, The Hindu

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The current international situation is undergoing profound and complex changes characterised by the turbulence in the Middle East and North Africa, and the lingering negative impact of the financial crisis on world economy. The international community is facing both challenges as well as opportunities.

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TAGGED: China, India, Russia, Brazil, BRIC, North Africa, Middle East

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