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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Belarus’ Economy Is Slowly Recovering From Past Declines

The Country Shows Promise but Needs Some Reforms

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Trinity suburb in Minsk (Nemiga) Belarus on 20 May 2017

Under Promise, Over Deliver: Prospects for the EU’s Eastern Partnership in 2018

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Belarus Steps Up Liberalisation of Business


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FocusEconomics: Belarusian Economy to Grow in Q4 2016 and Onwards

Emerging Europe and the EBRD host the Outlook on Belarus conference in London

Belarus-Turkey Investment Forum to increase investment and trade between the two countries

The Eurasian Economic Union Fails to Bring Belarus Closer to Big Brother

The Belarusian Economy: The Challenges of Stalled Reforms

Belarusian Journalists Still Face Huge Problems

Foreigners choose Minsk and Gomel as Belarus’ most attractive FDI destinations

Minsk International Airport Widens its International Reach


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World Bank’s Doing Business Report 2016 Resume For Emerging Europe

Emerging Europe Makes Some Progress on Closing Gender Gap

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EY: Belarus’ IT Scene Is Thriving

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Emerging Europe Live: CEE — The Outsourcing Destination

Cautious Upturn in Emerging Europe Haunted by the Spectre of Uncertainty

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Not All Quiet on the Eastern Front

Brexit Is a Great Opportunity to Attract Foreign Investors to Belarus

Belarus’s Election Tests the EU’s Global Strategy

The EU’s Benign Neglect of Eastern Europe

Serbia, Belarus and Ukraine Ranked Lowly by Wharton Business School

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OECD: Belarus Has to Find Its Own Belarusian Model to Emerge

Is the CEE Region About to Steal the Outsourcing Crown From India?

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Winds of Change for Belarus’ Reinsurance Industry?

Putin Urges Belarus to End Oil Transit Through Lithuania

Athens Greece - May 27 2016: Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers

From Denmark to Belarus — A Personal Experience of Business

Lukashenka seeks to avoid commitment to Russia’s geostrategic goals

Are Labour Shortages Driving Economic Growth?

Using Words to Paint a Picture – Belarus’ Nobel Prize Winning Novelist

Belarus: Changing Old Ideas And Mixing With the New in Belarus’ Export Market

Belarus: Navigating the geopolitical storm

Germany Is Not Letting Belarus’ Small Downturns Put it off Looking for Investment Opportunities

Innovation Brings Great Opportunities to the Belarusian Economy

Belarusian Economic Recovery May Downgrade Intended Reforms for Competitiveness

Belarus 2020: Turning the Vicious Circle Into an Upward Spiral

Belarus Has To Make an Extra Effort To Change Investors’ Perceptions

The UK and Belarus: A Partnership to Introduce the Real Belarus to Europe

Germany and Belarus: Thinking Globally Acting Locally

Why Is Belarus Tech Booming?

Smart, reliable and promising

“e-Belarus”: Embracing the Internet and its Possibilities

21st century Manufacturing Arrives at Great Stone

Great stone

A New Modern Mall Hopes to Draw Belarusians Back to the Home Market

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Belarus and Singapore Share the Same Factors for Economic Success

Business Mentors Helping to Solve Business Development Problems First

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Despite Public Anxieties, Migration is Playing a Key Role in ECA Growth

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HTP: Belarus’ Engineers Are Leading a Cool Revolution

Emerging Europe Live: Life in Belarus As Seen by Foreigners

Belarus Introduces New Business-Friendly Auditing Procedures

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IMF Believes State-Owned Enterprises Must Be Reformed

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The Belarusian Banking Sector Moving Towards Modernisation Despite Some Challenges

Brexit Makes Waves Across the European Union and Beyond

Belarus is the most creative EEU country

Belarus: On the Way to a Market Economy?

Why Was Zapad-2017 So Important?

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One Belt One Road: a Big Task for Europe

Belarus is Bringing Opportunities for European Companies

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‘No’ To a Monetary Union With Russia

The Belarusian real estate market is on the up

The Great Stone Industrial Park — Making Doing Business Easy in Minsk

The Deep Roots of Currency Crises in the Former Soviet Union

Belarus Serves up Some Recipes for Success

Business in Belarus Recipe Book

Breaking trade barriers with CIS has never been easier

Belarus Refinery Boss Upbeat Despite Challenges

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Bringing Belarus’ Cultural Past to Life for Belarusians and the World

Georgia Leads Emerging Europe in Ease of Doing Business Report

The Reality Is More Interesting Than the Misconceptions

Foreign Investors: Belarus Offers Opportunities But Further Improvements Are Needed

Belarus Has Set an Example for Others to Follow

The Next Four Months Crucial For the Belarus-EU Relations

The EU’s Benign Neglect Of Eastern Europe

Belarus Is One of the Top Outsourcing Destinations of 2016

Belarus Is Ready to Begin With Venture Capital Investments

PandaDoc — Rolling Sales Procedures Together So Everyone Succeeds

The Belarusian Financial Sector: An Industry in the Process of Restructuring

Belarus US Business Relations Thrive as Conditions Improve

While the EU Makes Plans for CEE China Makes Investments

Nuclear Security Summit In Washington, 2016

Young Well-Paid IT Specialists Are Making Belarus Known Internationally

More EU Help for Belarus SMEs

GRODNO BELARUS - DECEMBER 13 2013: Seamstress in textile factory sewing with a industrial sewing machine .

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Rolling Sales Procedures Together so Everyone Succeeds


Belarusian Tech Companies Lead a Global Technological Advance in Outsourcing and Product Development

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Belarus: The Importance Of Diversification

The EU Is Encouraging Belarus to Join the World Trade Organisation

A Strategic Asset for Regional Growth and Development in the EU

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New investors interested in Belarus’ Great Stone Industrial Park

Belarus and the EBRD:
Working to Expand the Country’s Strengths and Success

Encouraging SME’s Development Will Help Build Belarusian Economy

High-Tech Park in Minsk is growing rapidly

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Office Space Vacancy is Currently Low but Building Standards Cause Concern

Minsk Belarus - March 23 2017 modern architecture business center Pokrovsky on Pobediteley Avenue editorial

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Veni, Vidi, Vici, Or My Personal Experience of Doing Business in Belarus

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