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27 November 2020 VII Moscow International Financial and Economic Forum

On November 27, 2020 the VII Moscow International Financial and Economic Forum will be held in Lotte Hotel Moscow: 
"BIG EURASIA IN SEARCH OF NEW FORMATS AND COOPERATION DIRECTIONS".
The forum program assumes:
Business breakfast
"HOW TO PUT TOGETHER A EURASIAN "PUZZLE". KEY COUNTRIES AND UNIONS IN THE EURASIAN SPACE". 

FORUM PROGRAM



Reference.
The Financial and Business Association of Euro-Asian Cooperation (FBA EAC) with the support of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) and the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) annually holds the Moscow International Financial and Economic Forum in November.
The first six forums brought together over 1200 representatives of business communities from 39 countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. Traditionally, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Korea, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Montenegro, Uzbekistan were the most numerous delegations.
During the past forums at the plenary sessions, panel discussions, round tables and briefings the participants managed to discuss a wide range of issues related to the access of entrepreneurs to capital markets and sources of financing, the problems of small and medium businesses in the current conditions and the economy of the future, global trends in financial technology and regulation, the problem of finding new forms and types of international trade cooperation in the conditions of mutual economic sanctions.
Effective platforms for the search of business partners have become breakout sessions of forums, the work of which is always built on a sectoral principle. Representatives of such industries and agriculture as mechanical engineering, electric power, aviation and space, chemistry and petrochemistry, mining and gold processing, oil and gas industry, software and information technology, logistics and publishing noted the high level of representation of participants, discussions and negotiations, the final results of the forums.