BRICS Leaders Meeting

China hosts the BRICS Leaders Meeting on April 14 in Sanya, Hainan Province. Brazilian President Rousseff, Russian President Medvedev, Indian Prime Minister Singh and South African President Zuma meet with Chinese President Hu Jintao during the meeting. Link: Boao Forum for Asia

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Leaders call for peace and prosperity

The leaders of the world's top emerging economies pledged on Thursday to work for peace and prosperity as they met amid a turbulent background defined by Middle East turmoil and slow global economic recovery.Special: BRICS Summit 2011 
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Russia backs green initiative

Declaration elicits exclamation from European observers

South Africa unlocks gateway to continent

BRICS build foundation


BRICS leaders meet in South China

Leaders from five of the world's largest emerging economies meet in South China's resort city of Sanya Thursday morning for a summit to coordinate stance on major economic and international issues.


Russia backs green initiative

Russia has repeated its support of the efforts by the bloc of developing countries known as BASIC -- Brazil, South Africa, India and China -- to push forward global climate change negotiations and sustainable development.

Economic Cooperation

Growing ODI boosts regional co-op

China's growing overseas investments to other emerging markets will further boost regional cooperation, which may help stimulate the world's economic recovery, economists said on Monday.


BRICS' best is yet to come

The recently concluded BRICS summit in Sanya, Hainan province, has once again highlighted the importance of emerging economies in the transformation of the international political and economic order.

International Issues

BRICS target global economic reform

Leaders of the five BRICS nations vowed on Thursday to support reform of the international monetary system and the setting up of a broad-based international reserve currency system.

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