The US Federal Reserve must ensure “minimal damage” to emerging markets from plans to reduce bond purchases.
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Cosatu: Brics should be inclusive
The BRICS group should be inclusive and allow full participation by labour, Cosatu president Sdumo Dlamini said.
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