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RUSSIA & CIS INTERNATIONAL MINING CONFERENCE

Format: All Day Conference
When: Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 at 08:30:00 AM
Where: Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, Room 717B
Member Price: $ 100.00 CAD including taxes
Regular Price: $ 160.00 CAD including taxes

Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association (CERBA)
Russia and CIS International Mining Conference
Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, Room 717B
Wednesday, March 9, 2011

The Russian Federation, the world's largest and most mineral-rich nation, has quickly reshaped its mining industry in response to the global financial crisis. Recent legislative and policy changes have sought to address the demands of foreign mining companies in order to attract new investment. Other CIS countries such as Kazakhstan are also actively promoting additional investment in their mining sectors.

CERBA's annual mining conference offered a full day program dedicated to developments in the Russian and CIS mining sector, identifying and explaining mining investment opportunities in Russia and the CIS for Canadian companies. Participants included representatives of leading Canadian and Russian mining companies, investors, suppliers, Russian and Canadian government officials and officials from the most significant mineral producing regions of Russia and some of the CIS countries.

Online broadcasting records of presentations can be viewed here>>

 

For more information please contact:

Katherine Balabanova
Regional Director
Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association
Toronto Chapter
Tel: + 1 (416) 360-2299
Fax:+ 1 (416) 360-8425
katherine@cerbanet.org

 

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