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The Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association has a network of seven chapters located in Moscow, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary Vancouver and Almaty, and a membership base of over 200 corporations and individuals in a wide range of sectors. As an association, CERBA provides an extensive network of contacts with frequent networking events, informative seminars on pertinent topics in the Eurasian market for Canadian companies, an annual National Conference, a quarterly printed Newsletter, committees of the Canada-Russia Business Council (CRBC), access to annual trade missions, as well as market intelligence, advocacy on government policy, and active, Canada-focused sector committees.

Common Statement of the ICCI Meeting Participants

Moscow, September 16, 2014 

 



 



May 2
Toronto
Partner Event | Peru: Economic Outlook in a Year of Change
May 11
Vancouver
Breakfast Seminar with Bennett Jones LLP: "Compliance with ESTMA and Update on Canadian Sanctions (Russia and Iran)"
May 12
Vancouver
Partner Event: 8th Surrey Board of Trade Awards Reception and Mini-Trade Show
May 19
Moscow
CERBA Breakfast Brief: "Russian Market Overview with Daniel Thorniley"
May 28
Almaty
Inaugural Meeting of the Kazakhstan Canada Business Council (KCBC)
June 4
Moscow
CERBA Summer Lobsterfest and BBQ
September 2
Moscow
Partner Event: Eastern Economic Forum (EEF)
November 29
Toronto
CERBA EURASIA CONSTRUCTION AND INFRASTRUCTURE CONFERENCE
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