This forward-looking report analyzes the rise of leading developing economies Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) alongside Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey, and Vietnam as drivers transforming globalization. It assesses their weighting across trade, investment, technology, sustainability initiatives and governance. Regional profiles highlight competitive advantages and impediments across sectors from manufacturing to services. An insightful concluding chapter discusses opportunities for collaboration on shared priorities like infrastructure development, as well as risks of fragmentation. Underpinned by extensive quantitative benchmarking, this report enables business leaders and policymakers to understand shifting dynamics as economies across Africa, Asia and Latin America play an increasingly influential role in international relations and global prosperity.
The Economist (Intelligence Unit) – BRICS+ impact 2023
English | 12 pages | True PDF | 22.3 MB