Brics Agenda for Trade and Resilient Supply Chains

Play Video

SAIIA’s Senior Researcher in our Economic Diplomacy programme, Cyril Prinsloo, was invited to participate in the 13th BRICS Academic Forum 2021. His intervention on the panel discussion “BRICS agenda for trade and resilient supply chains” evaluated how well intra-BRICS trade navigated the global pandemic, as well as other ongoing geo-economic challenges (such as GVC nationalism, protectionism, etc.). While intra-BRICS trade proved to be resilient throughout the pandemic, intra-BRICS direct investment remains low and necessitates more policy intervention.

20 Aug 2021

Country
Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Africa
SAIIA Programme
Economic Diplomacy
Tags
BRICS
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Related Multimedia

National strategies and common agenda for the post COVID-19 recovery in BRICS countries: A way to resilient and sustainable future

What to expect from the 34th Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly

Malawi denies helping the Bushiri’s to escape

Online Policy Dialogue Forum: South Africa’s policy towards Zimbabwe

Value chains in the context of BRICS and COVID-19

Making mining more sustainable

Scroll to Top