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RESSET BRICS database is designed and based on the theme of traffic, education, economy, military and other relative topic. The database contains data from Russia, Inida, Brazil and South Africa. The data include: all above countries’ agriculture and rural development, efficiency aid, infrastructure, climate change, education subdivision index, energy and minerals, environment subdivision index, the financial sector, gender health subdivision index, the labor and social security, poverty, the private sector, the public sector, subdivision index for science and technology, social development, urban development, public and public guarantee service commitments, purchasing power parity (PPP), gross national income, gross domestic product (GDP), import and export of goods and services, economic policy and other external debt, bilateral aid flows from DAC donors, the private unsecured, foreign debt, net value of gross fixed capital formation, consumer spending, the added value, the total amount of capital formation, CPI, information security, etc. This database is well developed with rich and comprehensive content.

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Russia

Russia’s agriculture and rural development, efficiency aid, infrastructure, climate change, education subdivision index, energy and minerals, environment subdivision index, the financial sector, gender health subdivision index, the labor and social security, poverty, the private sector, the public sector, subdivision index for science and technology, social development, urban development, public and public guarantee service commitments, purchasing power parity (PPP), gross national income, gross domestic product (GDP), import and export of goods and services, economic policy and other external debt, bilateral aid flows from DAC donors, the private unsecured, foreign debt, net value of gross fixed capital formation, consumer spending, the added value, the total amount of capital formation.

India

India’s agriculture and rural development, efficiency aid, infrastructure, climate change, education subdivision index, energy and minerals, environment subdivision index, the financial sector, gender health subdivision index, the labor and social security, poverty, the private sector, the public sector, subdivision index for science and technology, social development, urban development, public and public guarantee service commitments, purchasing power parity (PPP), gross national income, gross domestic product (GDP), import and export of goods and services, economic policy and other external debt, bilateral aid flows from DAC donors, the private unsecured, foreign debt, net value of gross fixed capital formation, consumer spending, the added value, the total amount of capital formation.

Brazil

Brazil’s agriculture and rural development, efficiency aid, infrastructure, climate change, education subdivision index, energy and minerals, environment subdivision index, the financial sector, gender health subdivision index, the labor and social security, poverty, the private sector, the public sector, subdivision index for science and technology, social development, urban development, public and public guarantee service commitments, purchasing power parity (PPP), gross national income, gross domestic product (GDP), import and export of goods and services, economic policy and other external debt, bilateral aid flows from DAC donors, the private unsecured, foreign debt, net value of gross fixed capital formation, consumer spending, the added value, the total amount of capital formation.

South Africa

South Africa’s agriculture and rural development, efficiency aid, infrastructure, climate change, education subdivision index, energy and minerals, environment subdivision index, the financial sector, gender health subdivision index, the labor and social security, poverty, the private sector, the public sector, subdivision index for science and technology, social development, urban development, public and public guarantee service commitments, purchasing power parity (PPP), gross national income, gross domestic product (GDP), import and export of goods and services, economic policy and other external debt, bilateral aid flows from DAC donors, the private unsecured, foreign debt, net value of gross fixed capital formation, consumer spending, the added value, the total amount of capital formation.