March 28, 2012

BRICS the Defenders of the Developing World

Hu Jintao, The Hindu

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In a written interview with BRICS media on the eve of the New Delhi summit, Chinese President Hu Jintao outlines his vision of the role the five-nation grouping can play at the global level.

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