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The Eurasia Center formed its Eurasian Business Coalition as an alliance of businesses from America, Europe and Asia (Eurasia) which have joined to promote mutually beneficial multilateral trade, investment, and cooperation. Leaders of major organizations work hard to build and develop positive business environments where their products and services have become established and thrive by using coalitions of business networks and interrelationships that will not dissolve in times of crises. The Eurasia Center/EBC supports peaceful economic relations, which promote jobs and brings stability for workers and companies globally.

The Eurasia Center & The Eurasian Business Coalition
in cooperation with

The Embassies of the BRICS Nations




The 4th Annual Conference:
Washington, DC
MONDAY, May 23rd
9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  The Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004
2650 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20007

(Lunch at the Ronald Reagan Building and an Evening Reception at the Russian Embassy)


Please join us for The 4th Annual Doing Business with the BRICS Conference in Washington, DC.   As of 2016, the five BRICS countries represent over 3 billion people, with a combined nominal GDP of US $16 trillion. The BRICS nations encompass 30 percent of the world's territory and 42 percent of the world's population. Together they produce 25% of the gross world product. These new developments demand new business relations between the BRICS and the United States, as there are a lot of new business opportunities to explore with these nations. A BRICS Development Bank, now known as the New Development Bank (NDB) has been set up to foster great financial and development cooperation among the five emerging markets. China has also started a massive new Silk Road Economic Belt throughout Eurasia both inland and maritime with a new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank which will further assist the BRICS.

Given there are new trends that are affecting the BRICS, downturns in energy and commodity prices, this BRICS Conference will seek new solutions to strengthen the BRICS strategy to diversify economies and stimulate growth for the future. Panels will address vital topics of business, trade, energy and finance. There will be new business and investment opportunities in the BRICS. The Conference will include presentations on energy and natural resources, high technology, privatization, mergers and acquisitions, economic development and public support for investments.

This event will allow you and your colleagues to interact with those officials from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa seeking to expand trade, direct investments, business opportunities and open communication. With the 8 th BRICS Conference scheduled in New Delhi, there are many important commercial developments occurring among the BRICS that will stimulate new growth. There will be executives and representatives from US and international corporations as well as government officials.


  • Developments in the BRICS:  Multilateral Investment Cooperation Initiatives; New Development Bank (NBD)
  • Multilateral Support for Business with the BRICS & Managing Political Risk/Legal and Financial Developments and Challenges
  • Analysis of Trade Development within the BRICS; One Belt, One Road (The New Silk Road) Opportunities for Trade and Investment
  • New Initiatives for Scientific & Technological Innovation in the BRICS
  • Regional Cooperation and Development between the BRICS Social development in the BRICS:  Education, Health, Workforce Migration

This BRICS Conference is a perfect opportunity for business development with countries from the largest market areas of the world at one time.


Register by May 18th to receive a Preregistration Discount



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4th Annual BRICS Conference Agenda



Golden BRICS Award

There will be a BRICS Award Ceremony highlighting those companies that have been selected to receive the prestigious BRICS Award for successfully doing the most business with BRICS nations.



The Doing Business with the BRICS conference is a unique marketing opportunity for your company to support US-BRICS' business relations and to increase your company's exposure within the US-BRICS' business community. Sponsor this event and your company will reach not only to the conference attendees but also to the hundreds of thousands of people emailed and sent out through our listings in the New York Times, Washington Post, and major newspapers in the BRICS nations. This Conference will be televised to both in the US and in the BRICS.

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Sponsors for the 3nd Annual Conference:


Previous SPONSORS of our Events: 3M Corporation; The Boeing Company; U.S. Department of Commerce; Caterpillar; Cisco Systems; Citibank; Dechert LLP; Ernst & Young, LLP; The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation; United Technologies; The Ford Motor Company; The Coca-Cola Company; General Electric; ConocoPhillips; Baltika; The Intel Corporation; Lockheed-Martin; LUKOIL; PepsiCo; DuPont; Goodyear; Research International, Sberbank; USEC Inc.

The Eurasia Center & The Eurasian Business Coalition
4927 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20016
Tel: (202) 494-0773 Telefax: (202) 237-1452

For questions and further information:

Contact Michael Cooper (202) 494-0773
Email: Director@eurasiacenter.org Web: www.eurasiacenter.org



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