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2014/08/22 Revue de Presse Euro-BRICS Press Reviews

The Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Goes Global (II)
It is now time to segue into the geopolitical applications of the RCSP. This section will begin with Northeast Asia and then proceed counterclockwise into exploring the dual approaches towards Central Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.

New BRICS Institutions Highlight the Changing Global Financial Order
Leaders of the BRICS nations -- Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa -- have taken a decisive step to increase their clout in global finance and reduce their dependence on financial institutions dominated by Europe and the United States.

A better package for Africa
China's investment in Africa holds both positive and negative lessons for India. India can learn from Beijing's success at courting African leaders, but should focus on investments that better develop local African communities.

Comment Moscou et Pékin vont évincer le dollar de leurs transactions
Moscou et Pékin facilitent leurs relations commerciales mutuelles sur fond de sanctions économiques. La Banque centrale de Russie et la Banque populaire de Chine se sont mises d’accord sur l’organisation des échanges financiers (des swaps) en roubles et en yuans.

Indian exporters urge FTA with China
Ahead of a China- India Trade and Commerce Ministers meet, Indian exporters are urging the Narendra Modi government to begin discussions on a free trade agreement with the world’s second largest economy, China.

Moscow eyes joint development of weapons within BRICS
Indo-Russian defence cooperation in projects such as BrahMos and the production of the SU-30MKI planes is being used a model for joint development with Brazil and South Africa within BRICS.

German SMEs forge strong ties with India
Bochum’s India Europe Al brings together German and Indian companies working in the metal sector. Products can be used for a variety of industries, from automotive to security technology.

L’Afrique bénéficiera de la banque des BRICS, selon Prétoria
La nouvelle banque de développement récemment créée les BRICS (Brésil, Russie, Inde, Chine et l’Afrique du Sud), a pour vocation de mobiliser des ressources pour des projets d’infrastructure de développement en Afrique, a rassuré la ministre sud-africaine des Relations internationales et de la Coopération, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.

French, Swiss central banks swell rush to hold renminbi
Adopted at pace by central banks around the world, China’s renminbi is now seen by many as a de facto reserve currency – and well on the way to becoming an official one.

China looks to boost international use of yuan for trade
Clearing, settlement arrangements extend to banks across Europe and Asia. China is strengthening its policy on yuan internationalization by promoting wider use of the currency around the world. The People's Bank of China signed a memorandum of understanding regarding yuan clearing and settlement arrangements with the Bank of Korea, Luxembourg and France.

Sanctions Against Moscow to Boost Indian Businesses in Russia - Indian Businessman
Sanctions imposed against Russia will benefit India by boosting cooperation between Indian and Russian businesses, Indian Business Alliance President Sammy Kotwani says.

Brace for a new world order
We live in an era when politics keeps crashing into the world of economics. Good economic news contrasts starkly with the grim drumbeat of war in the Middle East and eastern Europe.
This special Press Review proposes a selection of articles from the French and English-speaking international online media relating to Euro-BRICS relations. It is delivered freely by LEAP on a weekly basis to recipients worldwide.

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