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Research outputs: BRAZIL-RUSSIA-INDIA-CHINA-SOUTH AFRICA (BRICS)
The South African BRICS Think Tank (SABTT) was established through a Cabinet decision in the first quarter of 2013, and in that year the Hum...
2021 Artificial intelligence approach for analyzing anaemia prevalence in children and adolescents in Brics countries: a review
Anemia prevalence, especially among children and adolescents, is a serious public health burden in the BRICS countries. This article gives a...
2021 Financing clean energy technology in BRICS cities: recommendations from renewable energy financing experts in BRICS
The role of cities in the battle against climate change must be strengthened. Considering the acceleration of urbanisation, the high numbers...Download this report
State-owned Enterprises (SOEs) across the world are the main drivers of the economy; specifically through their contribution to their countr...Download this report