MOLDOVAN EXPORTERS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE AT THE MOLDOVAN EXPORT FORUM THAT WILL TAKE PLACE IN CHISINAU, OCTOBER 22 – 2
21.10.2013

source: www.miepo.md

In view of stimulating the export of domestic products on international markets, in the period of 22th — 23rd of October 2013, in Chisinau it is planned to be organized the Moldovan Export Forum. The event is organized by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Moldova, Moldovan Investment and Export Promotion Organization (MIEPO), jointly with the «Danube Logistics», general investor and operator of the Giurgiulesti International Free Port (GIFP), being general partner of the event, and also by support of Mobiasbanca — Groupe Société Générale, and the USAID Business Regulatory, Investment, and Trade Environment (BRITE) Program.

The Forum is designed to inform a large number of Moldovan export-oriented producers in regard to opportunities offered by GIFP, so as existent and potential Moldovan exporters could maximum benefit from existing regulatory framework for exports, opportunities for financing and assurance of export procedures, as well as the provided assistance in terms of export promotion on external markets, as well as the programs of trade facilitation and assistance offered by the Republic of Moldova’s Government and international organizations that are present in Moldova.

Moldovan exporting companies are invited to participate at the Forum dedicated to export opportunities of the Republic of Moldova that will take place on 22th — 23rd of October 2013, starting with 08:30 a. m, at «Codru» Hotel. (The program of the forum can be downloaded here). Thus, in order to assure respective organization of the event we kindly request to confirm the participation preliminary via the e-mail irina.miepo@gmail.com or olga.vrajmas@miepo.md (details are available at the tel.: 022 23 24 67, 27-36-54), indicating the following: company/institution name; field of its activity; name, surname and function of the participating person; contact data (e-mail, tel., web).

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