Expanded BRICS Surpasses Economic Clout of G7

Six new member states will be added to BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) in January. The combined GDP of the expanded bloc will be about $65 trillion, or 37% of global GDP, compared to 30% for the G7, which includes the US and UK.

5) Expanded BRICS will control half of global food production, 42% of oil supply, and 72% of rare earth metals; 4) People fleeing America’s big cities; 3) San Jose church sues county, claiming it used geofencing to track members’ cell phones; 2) Euphrates River critically low; 1) Border Patrol officials order border wall floodgates in Arizona welded open, allowing migrants from as far as China to simply walk into US.


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