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Middle East - An Emerging Market

Middle east is growing as an emerging market in the world. A global fund manager called as Russel investment said that UAE is the one and only GCC country to receive the emerging market status. 192 more words

Russia-China real gold standard means end of US dollar dominance

Published time: 9 Dec, 2017 06:29Edited time: 9 Dec, 2017 09:19

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The BRICS counties are considering starting an internal gold trading platform, according to Russian officials. 863 more words

Real Estate

India could Cordially Compete with China Through BRICS+

Instead of stoking a strategic-security dilemma between the two Asian Great Powers that would only work out to the US’ ultimate benefit, India would do best to cordially compete with China through the BRICS+ format in order to incorporate an implicit rules-based structure to their rivalry and have a chance at reaping the advantages that Russia’s “balancing act” could provide in maintaining stability between them. 1,659 more words


Disintegration of the World Wide Web

The BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), which represent the emerging major economies of the world are planning to create their own DNS routing. 588 more words

The Industry

Русија покреће "НЕЗАВИСНИ ИНТЕРНЕТ" за чланице БРИКС блока

Руски савет безбедности затражио је од владе земље да развије независну интернет инфраструктуру за земље БРИКС, која ће наставити са радом у случају глобалних проблема са интернетом.

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Moment of truth for global TB response

On Thursday 16 November 2017, Russian president Vladimir Putin told a hall full of health ministers in Moscow that TB is a “serious problem”, and said, “I am confident that the only way we can stand up against this truly global threat is if we join forces.” Over the next day and a half, the meeting at which President Putin was speaking – the first… 1,469 more words

Should South Korea integrate with its neighboring economies?

ASEAN, NAFTA, Mercosur, European Union, and so on, are integrated on different levels but they all have one thing in common which is the similarities in the economic and political interests that the member countries share. 272 more words