Bric countries try to shift global balance of power

Economists call them the "Bric" countries. Hiding behind the obscure title are some of the world's fastest growing and potentially largest economies - Brazil, Russia, India and China. Now the leaders of these countries are meeting in Brazil's capital Brasilia for the second Bric summit. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Richard Ulffers - Apr 15, 2010 - 4:11 AM PDT
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Edited by: Fabrice Florin - Apr 28, 2010 - 12:30 AM PDT

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by Richard Ulffers - Apr. 16, 2010

Lots of sources, especially 'expert' opinions from the related fields. The numbers are interesting though not overly clear where they are coming from. Still the reporting refers to the numbers as a reference and 'if they are to be correct' approach shows solid reporting

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