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USRBC-AmCham-EEC Conference on Eurasian Integration
Dec 7, 2017 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Ritz-Carlton Hotel Moscow
Tverskaya St, 3, Moskva, Russia,
Moscow 125009
Russia


The U.S.-Russia Business Council, in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce of Russia and the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), held a conference in Moscow on "Eurasian Economic Integration: New Challenges and Opportunities."  The program featured EEC Chairman Tigran Sargsyan and EEC ministers in discussions on the future of Eurasian integration, including in-depth looks at customs policies, technical regulations (particularly pertianing to the pharmaceuticals and medical devices markets) and competition policy.  The half-day conference also looked at the best practices of mutlinational companies operating in the Eurasian market.

The event featured the following EEC leaders who have underscored the value of engagement with the private sector:


Tigran Sargsyan, Chairman, Eurasian Economic Commission

Mukai Kadyrkulov, Minister of Customs Cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Commission
Valery Koreshkov, Minister of Technical Regulation of the Eurasian Economic Commission
Marat Kusainov, Minister of Competition and Antitrust Regulation of the Eurasian Economic Commission
Mikhail Pleshkin, Deputy Director, Department of Energy, Eurasian Economic Commission   View presentation >>

Karen Garaseferyan, JTI, member of Board of Directors, AmCham Armenia
Zarina Chekirbaeva, President, AmCham Kirgizstan
Vadim Kukava, Executive Director, InPharma
Vladimir Shipkov, Executive Director, AIPM   View presentation >>
Andrey Lotsmanov, First Vice Chairman, Technical Regulation Committee, RSPP   View presentation >>

with
Daniel Russell, President and CEO, U.S.-Russia Business Council
Alexis Rodzianko, President and CEO, AmCham Russia

AGENDA
For a detailed agenda, click here>>


                          The organizers are grateful to our generous sponsors for making this event possible.

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