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BRICS+ will benefit from opening way to free movement of workers

Member states can better absorb technology with infusions of human capital

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A technician inspects anti-cancer drugs at a pharmaceutical lab in Jiangsu province, China: BRICS+ members should be able to share technology and human resources.   © Kyodo

Natasha Agarwal is an independent research economist based in Mumbai.

The decision last month by the BRICS group to expand its membership by admitting six more countries is based on a vision of advancing the interests of the Global South.

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