Eurochambres affiliated and correspondent members committee meeting took place in Moscow in the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
“To maintain the trust, a sense of reliability and partnership that have been built for many decades is the main task of the CCI of Russia”- said Mr.Sergey Katyrin in his brief speech.
Despite the sanctions, representatives of Western business do not leave the Russian market. After the introduction of anti-Russian sanctions by Western countries out of 6,000 German companies in Russia, only 400 left the Russian market to date, Mr.Sergei Katyrin cited as an example.
The welcoming speech was also made by the President of Eurochambres Mr.Richard Weber as well as the Vice President of Eurochambres, President of TOBB, Mr. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu.
Mr.Yaroslav Lisovolik, Chief economist of the Eurasian Development Bank, was listened with attention.
On the changing business climate in Russia and what else needs to be done, according to European companies, Mr. Frank Schauff, Chief Executive Officer, Association of European Businesses said.
Modern mechanisms for supporting Russian non-primary exports were the theme of the speech by the managing director for international development of the Russian Export Center, Ms.Anna Belyaeva.
In the opinion of Mr.Shamil Ageyev, Chairman of the Board of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Tatarstan, the provision of additional powers to support the chambers to support exports will promote a more confident entrance of Russian companies to foreign markets. Business should be out of politics, Mr.Shamil Ageyev said.
The colleague was supported by the executive director of the Leningrad regional CCI Mr.Igor Muraviev.
Then there were elections where the vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation Mr.Vladimir Padalko was elected to the Eurochambres’ Board of Directors -2018.
By CCI of Russia news reports