Bangladesh has strong economic aspirations to become part of a forum like BRICS.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is holding a press briefing at the Gono Bhaban on her recent visit to South Africa
Bangladesh’s interest in BRICS arises from various factors.
The expansion of the BRICS group of developing countries could provide a lifeline to capital-starved new entrants Iran and Argentina, but investors and analysts say a broader economic boon for the bloc's members is far from certain..Leaders of the BRICS - Brazil, Russia, India, China and S
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will depart Johannesburg for Dhaka today, wrapping up her visit to South Africa
The BRICS group of nations has decided to invite six countries - Argentina, Egypt, Iran, Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates - to become new members of the bloc
China will always stay beside Bangladesh, including supporting it in joining BRICS and ensuring permanent solution to the Rohingya crisis
Trade economists are being cautiously optimistic about the immediate benefits if Bangladesh is given membership of the BRICS bloc, which is a five-nation alliance comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.