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BRICS Business Forum opens in Delhi on October 13, 2016

13.10.2016

GCE Group is to take part in BRICS Business Forum that will take place in Delhi on October 13, 2016. The Forum is to become a platform for discussing extension of trade relationships, mechanisms for investments attractions and business best practices. BRICS is an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. BRICS total population is 2.83 billion people (42% of the world’s total population). The participants will discuss a number of BRICS joint projects being developed under the economic partnership strategy. According to Sergey Ryabkov, Deputy Head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, some of these projects are to be launched soon.

“We are currently developing the road map of trade and economic cooperation. Russia has already submitted more than 30 proposals. I hope that the New Development Bank BRICS will also come up with new decisions on financing such projects in Russia as well”, - he says.

Alexandr Moskalenko, President of GCE Group, notices: “The world is becoming more open and free for communications which, of course, has positive impact on international relations – some economic and political issues require strong cooperation between states”.

Reference

GCE Group is one of the worlds’ leading consultants in energy efficiency working independently of power equipment manufacturers. GCE has been providing services to enterprises using various types of energy recourses: electrical energy, heat, steam, solar energy etc. Clients include such major companies as Alcoa, CPFL Energia, Repsol, Gazprom, Rosneft, RUSAL and other industrial leaders. The company has offices in Russia, India, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Germany and Spain.

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Forum participant’s opinion

«Such forums as the XI International Forum on Industrial Safety definitely help in improving the situation with industrial safety. Among participants there are representatives of international associations from different countries and continents, each with its own history and its geopolitical situation. Due to this fact, even a simple discussion of what is going on in each of the countries represented by the participants, both in regulatory activity and in work of supervisory bodies, later allows Forum participants to use this experience in their own countries. Contacts between representatives of different countries result in direct improvement of international relations and help in signing important contracts.»

Natalya Andriyash

Natalya Andriyash, Head of the Department of Technical Supervision and Industrial Safety Ministry of Economy (Moldova)