Around 200 leading entrepreneurs from across Europe will flock to the prestigious IET Conference Centre at 2, Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL on 12–13 May for The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) Business Forum.
A Kazakhstan-Azerbaijan business forum will take place in August this year in Aktau, according to the embassy.
The forum will focus on prospects for development of cooperation between Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan in economic, energy, social and humanitarian spheres. On August 28-29, 2010, the fifth jubilee festival “Caspian” – sea of friendship will open in Aktau bringing together representatives of littoral states.
The meeting at the capital’s President Hotel was attended by a delegation from Kazakhstan composed of representatives of the State Corporation for insurance of export credits and investments, as well as managers and senior officials of more than 30 companies such as Grain Union of Kazakhstan, Crown Exports, Say-Nar, Kazneftegazmash, Byelkamit, Buran Boiler, StalTsink and others. Turkmenistan was represented by several ministries and departments, the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange and the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
During the meeting, the sides exchanged views on the prospects of further development of mutually beneficial cooperation, including in agriculture – in the field of grain, seed, flour and bread, the State News Agency of Turkmenistan (TDH) said.
Foreign trade turnover between the two countries amounted to more than $ 170 million in 2009. Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan are building up interaction in the energy sector, transport and communications, engineering, construction materials and mineral fertilizers.
Embassy of Uzbekistan in Berlin hosted a business-seminar titled “Opportunities of cooperation for Uzbek and business entrepreneurs”. The seminar was organized for further developing trade-economic relations between Uzbekistan and Germany and attraction of investments into Uzbekistan. Continue reading