BRICS firms embrace Sinopec’s e-mart, an international online marketplace for industrial and energy products launched by China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, the world’s largest refiner, in April, has attracted 40 companies from BRICS countries.

Meet eight startups joining MetaProp NYC’s real estate accelerator

 For the third year, MetaProp NYC is bringing together a group of startups focused on real estate tech. This time, the companies are tackling issues like green buildings, apartment entry and parking. Most of them are based in New York, but some come from as far away as Singapore.

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Plan to cut red tape will help boost investment

A key outline document put together by commerce ministers will increase investment and stimulate growth in BRICS countries, a senior Chinese trade official revealed.

Mexico dusts-off ‘Plan B’ as Trump revs up threats to kill NAFTA

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico sees a serious risk the United States will withdraw from NAFTA and is preparing a plan for that eventuality, Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said on Tuesday, calling talks to renegotiate the deal a “roller coaster.”

Trade in services key to BRICS ties

Trade in services and related investments will receive priority and help in cementing business relations among BRICS countries, senior commerce ministry officials said.