By Jaylan Boyle, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - The second meeting of the BRIC member nations, concluded this week after a three-day summit in Brasilia, produced 'little new to agree upon'. Although progress was muted in Brasilia, many international analysts and diplomats have commented on the newly cohesive and assured tone of the group's parting statement, demanding a greater say in world governance, particularly within trade administration.
Though not part of the Goldman Sachs-named BRIC of nations, South Africa was also part of the discussions last week as a member nation of the IBSA group, which . . .