With the BRICS Leaders Meeting beginning on Thursday, delegates from the five participating countries are expressing optimistic views, ahead of the gathering. Xie Zheng reports from south China's Hainan Province.
The meetings are really coming near when participants begin to arrive. As a new member, South Africa has a large delegation with members ranging from business to government officials.
And there are more, concrete concerns. As developing countries, the BRICS economies face many common challenges, including a wish to increase their shares in the international monetary fund, and how to work with developed countries to ensure a fairer world.
And today, they are all coming to Sanya, to begin talks the next day.
"Once they step out of this airport, business leaders, as well as government officials, will begin work on helping chart a course for a more balanced world economy. Developing countries, they say, have earned a bigger voice. And how far they can come closer together over the week, could well determine if that comes true. Xie Zheng, CCTV, Sanya, Hainan."
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