In the recent years, a range of regional organizations for economic development were created or gained momentum in order to better address the needs of people and governments pertaining to trade, labour, customs, security, education, etc. The current conference will focus on projects initiated in the greater Eurasian area such as The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), as well as their links to other integration formats like the Association of South Eastern Asian Nations (ASEAN).
The roles and mandates of these organizations/projects differ significantly, but they all address development questions at the regional level. They also interact with each other on a range of questions, very often on economy and trade. The Government of Canada and Canadian companies are also called to cooperate with them in a variety of ways. The current event will describe the latest developments of the Eurasian Economic Union and and BRI, as well as explore opportunities for business and government to engage with these projects.
10:45 Opening remarks
11:00-12:30 First panel:
12:30-13:30 Lunch and networking
13:30-15:00 Business panel (Moderated by Sebastien Dakin, Director, Montreal and Ottawa chapters, Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association)
Price: CERBA members free, non-members $100
Places are limited and priority will be given to CERBA members
To express your interest in participation, please contact:
Regional Director, Ottawa and Montreal, Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association
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