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India and EU to jointly combat terrorism

India and EU to jointly combat terrorism

India and the EU also pledged to share information and look for measures to combat the online threat of radicalisation.

Rising dollar chips at stellar year for emerging markets

Rising dollar chips at stellar year for emerging markets

According to the MSCI emerging market indices, Brazil's markets gained 21 per cent in the past quarter.

India launches work on first ‘bullet train’ project

India launches work on first ‘bullet train’ project

The new project is the culmination of an India-Japan agreement to build the high-speed train.

Brazil gov’t says GDP growth could hit 3% in 2018

Brazil gov’t says GDP growth could hit 3% in 2018

Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles said that GDP will jump considerably in Q1 next year.

South African economy exits recession in Q2

South African economy exits recession in Q2

Growth in the second half of the year will largely depend on a continued rise in exports.

Russian & Chinese energy companies ink deals at BRICS Summit

Russian & Chinese energy companies ink deals at BRICS Summit

Rosneft and CEFC China Energy Company have inked a cooperation agreement for joint energy exploration in Siberia.

BRICS not a talking shop but a task-force that gets things done: Xi

BRICS not a talking shop but a task-force that gets things done: Xi

In the past 10 years, BRICS combined GDP has grown by 179%, the Chinese President said.

BRICS NDB bank loans to reach $2.5 bln in 2017 – official

BRICS NDB bank loans to reach $2.5 bln in 2017 – official

"NDB signifies developing countries’ coming of age and reflects their aspirations to stand on their own feet."

India’s GDP growth hits 3-year low

India’s GDP growth hits 3-year low

India's gross domestic product grew 5.7 per cent in the latest quarter.

India’s Demonetisation: 99% banned notes returned to Central Bank

India’s Demonetisation: 99% banned notes returned to Central Bank

Government initially pegged 4-5 trillion rupees not to return.