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The Global Impact of the Southern Engines of Growth: China, India, Brazil and South Africa

This Policy Brief focuses on links between the developing countries of Brazil, India, China and South Africa and the global economy, with a special emphasis on the implications of China’s spectacular growth on developing economies and the rest of the world. The issues considered include changing patterns in trade, capital flows, and commodity prices. Both positive and negative impacts are identified and implications for international governance and foreign policies of various nations are explored.
Publisher:
UNU-WIDER
Series:
UNU Policy Brief
Volume:
06/2010
Title:
The Global Impact of the Southern Engines of Growth: China, India, Brazil and South Africa
Authors:
Amelia U. Santos-Paulino and Guanghua Wan
Publication date:
October 2010
ISSN Web:
1814-8026
ISBN 13 Web:
978-92-808-3087-3
Copyright holder:
© UNU
Copyright year:
2010
Keywords:
Southern Engines; Growth; China; India; Brazil; South Africa; Foreign Direct Investment; FDI; Economic Performance; Global Governance; Knowledge-based Economy; Developing Countries; Trade; Technology Giants; Socio-Economic landscape; Research and Development
Project:
Southern Engines of Global Growth
Sponsor:
UNU-WIDER acknowledges the financial contribution to the conference by the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the continued support to the research programme by the governments of Denmark (Royal Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Finland (Ministry for Foreign Affairs), Sweden (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency—Sida) and the United Kingdom (Department for International Development).
Format:
online and printed copies
 
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