PwC Ukraine became a partner of the III International Black Sea Economic Forum, an annual high-level platform for dialogue among leading government and business stakeholders of the Black Sea region
The Third International Black Sea Economic Forum, organized by the Council of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea took place on 4-5 October in Yalta.
The event is an ongoing mechanism that helps Crimea and Ukraine realize their leadership potential in the Black Sea region. Initiating a dialogue on the most relevant issues of economic cooperation, the Forum is aimed at discovering new horizons and business opportunities for Ukrainian and multinational businesses with interests in Crimea and the Black Sea region.
Julian Smith, Partner with PwC Russia, Co-leader of the Infrastructure & Debt Advisory Group and head of M&A, was invited to be one of the key experts for the session on infrastructure development and effective trade policies as the foundation for boosting economic growth in the region.
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