Long-lost brothers in arms?

Brito, Carlos Timo, Jha, Viveka Nand and Sohal, Ankita (2019) Long-lost brothers in arms? In: Brazil-India Relations: Beyond the 70 Years. Funag, Brazil, pp. 111-127. ISBN 978-85-7631-789-0

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Brazil and India are both former colonies with immense territories, populations, and economic clout. Together, the two countries account for roughly 5% of the global gross domestic product and by 2050 they will represent 18% of the world economy (PwC, 2017). India and Brazil are also two of the biggest democracies in the world, with similar international aspirations. In social terms, both countries face daunting domestic challenges, such as poverty, inequality, and illiteracy. In cultural terms, there seem to be so many common traits between the two countries that they could almost be long-lost twins or brothers-in-arms.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: Economy | India | Brazil | Trade
Subjects: Social Sciences and humanities > Social Sciences > International Relations
JGU School/Centre: Jindal School of Government and Public Policy
Depositing User: Amees Mohammad
Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2022 10:34
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2022 09:19
URI: https://pure.jgu.edu.in/id/eprint/2449


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