BRICS Cooperation – (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa)

BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) nations are committed to cooperation, not confrontation with the developed countries, China’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Monday.

“Cooperation among the BRICS countries is open and inclusive. It is an important part of the South-South cooperation and an important bridge for North-South cooperation,” Yang told a press conference in Beijing.

He said China will in mid April host a meeting of leaders of BRICS, which include the major emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, in the southern city of Sanya, and hoped the meeting will produce important and positive results.

He said it is very important to enhance dialogues between the leaders although the countries’ historical and cultural backgrounds are different.

Yang said China welcomes South Africa to join in the group, as well as South African President Jacob Zuma’s participation in the Sanya meeting.

BRICS nations have played an important and constructive role in tackling global financial crisis and climate change and facilitating economic recovery, Yang said.

One thought on “BRICS Cooperation – (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa)

  • 2011-03-29 at 5:45 pm

    What makes Communist Chin an emerging market. I mean are they emerging becuase they are supposed to be changing from communist to Democracy. If so they are not, they have already stated they will never allow a free election to have other parties lead. Is it because they do not have civilized cities. As that is not true as Communist China has the worlds biggest and most civilized and advanced cities. Is it because they do not have a big enough military. That is not true they have the worlds most advanced and biggest military. Is it becuase they do not have enough money, that is not true either Communits China is the riches country in the world.
    The only thing I see as allowing Communist China to be part of the break is because they are still communist. Which causes a centralization of wealth instead of a spread of wealth. So there are pockets of rural areas. In which if that is the case Communits china needs to have rural areas to grow food. So the question is if all of these things are true, what is emerging about Communist China. I think they are just the big babies in the high chair, is what I think. With a single totalatarian party rule that just wants to run the world by owning the worlds market places with unfair cold war weapons of SOE’s and cartels.

    Along with that how come they get their own special group. When the rest of the has one small difference that is they are just Democracies. The economic difference is mainly because of the political difference. Except for India which is under constant threat of Communist Chinese MSS intellegence agents trying to implement a Communist totalatarian rule in the country and Russia who just came out of a major collapse, and reform. I do not see countries like Brazil who has very high tendancies for Communist centralized economics, and China as emerging. I see Brazil being pigeoned wholed so that Communist China can be part of the group. I think truly any country that owns the worlds resources, has the highest reserve of currency and produces the worlds most products, is not emerging by any means. Maybe Brazil, India and Russia yes, South Africa definetly, but Communist China just big adults in a baby chair.

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