Minsk to host Belarusian investment forum on 28-29 September

07.07.2017 15:07 / Belarus

MINSK – A Belarusian investment forum will take place in Minsk on 28-29 September, BelTA learned from the website of the National Agency of Investment and Privatization.

The event is expected to gather representatives of international and foreign financial institutions, private foreign investors, representatives of government agencies, the Belarusian private sector, and the expert community. Participants of the forum will discuss strategies for bringing foreign investments to Belarus as well as the country's investment potential, technological potential, and human resources potential. Government measures to support business activity and investments will be discussed as well.

During panel sessions experts are expected to share information about possibilities and peculiarities of investment cooperation in information technologies, green economy and power engineering, manufacturing sector. Prospects of implementing important social projects within the framework of public private partnership will be discussed as well as advantages and preferences of working in the China-Belarus industrial park Great Stone. The establishment of an effective financial market in Belarus and the market's integration into the global market will be high on the agenda.

A session of the standing commission of the advisory board for foreign investments will take place as part of the forum with a view to discussing a draft roadmap on results of the event. A business matchmaking session will be arranged as well.

The Belarusian investment forum is organized by the National Agency of Investment and Privatization (NAIP) and the Belarusian Economy Ministry.

Source: BelTA

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