Trade & Investment Opportunities

Since its inception, BRICS has been fully committed to the constant expansion and strengthening of trade and investment ties between the 5 nations. BRICS has placed great emphasis on infrastructure development facilitated by the BRICS Development Bank and making full use of the myriad of import and export opportunities presented by the nations’ collaborative efforts. From 2009 to 2015, trade between BRICS countries has increased by 70% and to further increase intra-BRICS trade the group has established a roadmap focused on manufacturing, mining, engineering, energy and other projects. The group is also dedicated to fortifying links between micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME). Ultimately, the trade and investment opportunities associated with BRICS are as vast as they are promising.

South African Trade & Investment Opportunities

Brics skill working group in Nelson Mandela Bay

Sherrie Donaldson from the South African Brics Business Council Working Group was invited by Coega to present at the Nelson Mandela Bay HR Forum during February 2018.  With the highly relevant topic of jobs of the future as the key topic the presentation explored the...

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Brics skills competition to inspire greatness

During 2017, the Brics Business Council Skills Development Working Group held the first Brics Skills Competition. With competitors and observers from Russia, India, China and South Africa, the 2017 competition focused on manufacturing related skills, including,...

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Ramaphosa to lead SA delegation to WEF

Cyril Ramaphosa. FILE PHOTO: ANA PHOTO Newly elected president of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress and country Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the South African delegation to the 48th World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting that will...

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Commentary: Pure gold BRICS fear no fire

Despite new challenges for the “gold brick countries,” or BRICS, their five economies have showed resilience thanks to their long-tested methods and huge potential. Leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa discussed challenges and cooperation at the...

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