Trinity of the South: Potential of India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) Partnership

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Exploring a promising union between India, Brazil, and South Africa, this contention illustrates that the three partners represent leading economies in their respective continents and offers an array of complementary strengths and capabilities that could be utilized for mutual benefit. This analysis details that the countries will not only grow, but that their cooperation has important spillovers for their partners in each subregional grouping and thereby could contribute to major developments in three subregions across Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

 

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Contents

Preface
9
IBSA in the context of Reemergence
23
Growing Regionalism in an Era
29
137
44
Merchandise Trade between India Brazil
53
Investments Flows
137
References
199
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\Research and Information System for Developing Countries is an autonomous policy think tank, established in 1984 in New Delhi, which specializes in trade and development issues.

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