Business Opportunities in Belarus Encourage Outside Interest

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Increasingly, more foreign companies are identifying business opportunities in Belarus and are setting up their offices, or investing, in the country. Torsten Merkel, CEO of Pure Energy Intelligence; Selçuk Erdoğan, Managing Partner at Ketenci Law Firm, and Galymbek Mamrayev, Deputy Chairman of the Kazakhstan Public-Private Partnership Centre, discussed the energy sector, financial services and the public private partnership mechanism, as prospective areas for development in the country.

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