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In Kharkiv will discuss prospects of free trade with the EU


On December 14 at the conference room of the Academic Council of Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE) will be held a round table “Agreement with the EU on free trade zone: Challenges and Opportunities”, reported the press service of Kharkiv Regional State Administration (KRSA).

The event will be held in the framework of the preparation for the third Kharkiv International Business Forum and dedicated to the problems of implementation of economic part of the Agreement about the Association with the European Union from January 1, 2016.

During the discussion is planned to deliberate on matters:

  1. Threats and risks for the Ukrainian business in connection with the commencement of the acting of free trade zone with the EU. Is business ready to operate in the new environment?
  2. Investment and business opportunities: can risks transform into opportunities for growth and development?
  3.  New markets and investments: how to do it?

The round table will be attended by the Consul of the Consulate General of Poland in Kharkiv Vladimir Leszczynski, the chairman of the Committee for Investment and Public-Private Partnership of the Public Council under the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine Yaroslav Khobta, Acting Rector of KNURE Eduard Rubin, Pro-rector for International Cooperation of KNURE Stanislav Ignatiev. To the discussion of the round table were engaged Kharkiv experts and businessmen.

Reference. Kharkiv international business forum “Ukraine 2016: Strategic Challenges and Opportunities” will be held in the city for the third time in March 24, 2016. The Forum is a platform for communication and discussion revealing the current issues and directions of internal transformation of the Ukrainian business. The goal of the forum – to improve the competitiveness of the Ukrainian business, to promote adaptation to integration processes, to increase the attractiveness for investors, to open up new business opportunities.

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