BRICS News Digest for the previous week
We tell you what happened in the five countries during the week
More than 200,000 jobs were created in Brazil in September
The greatest growth in the number of vacancies was observed in the services sector
In September, 211,764 official jobs were created in Brazil, according to data from the New General Register of Employed and Unemployed (Caged).
Putin considers it is important to develop the export of space products to the SCO and BRICS
The President announced this at a meeting on the development of the space industry
Vladimir Putin recognises the growing development of markets in Asia, Africa, and Latin America and emphasizes the need for organisations to expand their technological capabilities and create new segments of the economy.
India and Mozambique discuss possible future energy partnership
Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas of India made a visit to Mozambique
Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Hardeep Singh Puri had a meeting with Mozambique’s Minister of Economy and Finance Ernesto Max Elias Tonela.
China launched a multi-purpose satellite system into space
This advanced satellite is specifically designed for a wide range of applications such as geological research, land resource studies, and scientific experiments
The launch took place at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi Province, utilizing the reliable Long March 6A rocket.
African Development Bank approves plan for South Africa
The five-year strategy is aimed at supporting the efforts of the South African Government to solve structural problems and promote industrialization
The African Development Bank (ADB) plans to provide South Africa with more than $1.5 billion by 2028 to improve economic governance and stimulate private management
The resumption of direct flights from South Africa to Brazil received high appreciation from Patricia de Lille
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, a local airline achieved a significant milestone by making Sao Paulo its first international destination
The local airline was praised by South African Tourism Minister Patricia de Lille for relaunching direct flights from Cape Town and Johannesburg to Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The Brazilian government plans a new incentive programme for automakers
Administration of president intends to stimulate domestic production of less polluting cars
It is expected that in the coming weeks, the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, headed by Geraldo Alkmin, will introduce a new automotive mode (MoVer)