Defense and technology cooperation, an increase in bilateral trade, and cooperation within the BRICS group and the Shanghai Forum, tops the agenda of the current visit to New Delhi by Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.
Goldman Sachs Jim O'Neil believes that balance of power in the global economy will change completely in near future, with emergence of new "growth markets" leading to a substantial rise in the wealth of these countries
International Business Machines Corp's (IBM) profit jumped 7 percent to $3.1 billion in the first quarter earnings as the tech giant reported ten percent higher revenue in the BRIC countries - Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Bloomberg reported March 6 that the central banks of Brazil, Russia, India and China have been unusually active over the last four years, with more than 20 changes to their interest rates or reserve requirement policies.
Increasing shift in institutional global capital allocations toward emerging markets, driven by growth, returns, liquidity and low capitalization vs. the GDP, the $13 trillion BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) countries are heading toward becomi
The Delhi Police are planning to make separate routes for each head of the five countries that will assemble in the Capital for the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit on March 28.
The International Telecommunication Union, an obscure branch of the United Nations, which has 193 member states that include the United States, has warned that the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) nations are tightening individual Internet regu
Business leaders in the BRIC economies - Brazil, Russia, India and China - are more optimistic about the outlook for their respective economies, as compared to their peers in mature markets, says a survey.
A major conference examining how the emergence of Brazil, Russia, India and China as leading world powers should be accommodated by the international community will take place at Cambridge University this week.
Russia’s position vis-à-vis China and the rest of the BRICS show that the decisions made two decades ago continue to plague the country and hold back its economic development. Can today’s politicians reverse the trend?