Washington, DC, MONDAY, December 7th
9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Evening Reception)
This year, The Eurasia Center and The Eurasian Business Coalition will organize a very special Conference which will highlight the new opportunities of Doing Business with The Eurasian Economic Union.
The Eurasian Economic Union officially formed on January 1, 2015. We are convening this Conference, given the high importance of understanding how the new Eurasian Union can improve opportunities and trade with centers of economic development, integrated into one of the largest single markets in the world, which unites more than 183 million people, with a gross domestic product of over 4 trillion U.S. dollars (PPP).
A number of Fortune 500 companies are already trading in each or all of these nations and now their goods and services can be available within the common economic sphere that comprises 15% of the world's landmass.
As former obstacles to trade are being removed in this vast free trade zone, its integration and understanding becomes important for the international business. Panelists will address vital topics of business, trade, energy, finance and investments.
As always, large corporations, mid-size and small enterprises as well as entrepreneurs and those interested in business and economics are involved in The Eurasia Center's Eurasian Business Coalition's efforts to build better economic relations and build bridges for peace and to create jobs for the future both in Eurasia and here in America.
The Developing Eurasian Union: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, with India, Iran, Tajikistan and Turkey considering joining, free trade agreements with Iran and Vietnam
New Trade Developments: Building the New Silk Road through the Eurasia with Infrastructure Development, free trade with China
Eurasian Aerospace Collaboration with the US and the World,
Energy Sector Challenges in Eurasia, Diversification of Industries toward Science and Technology: A Foundation for the Future
Seeking Solutions to the US/European Union-Russian Crisis, Reversing the Sanction Regime, Legal and Financial Developments
New Market and Investment Opportunities in Regional Areas of Eurasia, Developing Better Business Relations, Tatarstan highlighted
The event will take place in the Russian Trade Representation (2001 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20009) and The Russian Cultural Centre (1825 Phelps Place, NW Washington, DC 20008).
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