ArmInfo. Canada-Eurasia-Russia Business Association (CERBA) Annual Forum takes place in Montreal
According to the information shared to ArmInfo at the press-office of the Foreign Ministry, the prime reporter at the Forum was Tatyana Valovaya, the Eurasian Economy Commission Minister on integration and macro economy.
Armen Yeganyan, the Armenian Ambassador to Canada, delivered a speech, presenting the main priorities of Armenian economy development . Armenian diplomat referred also to the cooperation with large international organizations performing activities in Armenia, and voiced comparative data on important industrial indicators.
The Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association was founded in 2004 with a mandate to enhance and support trade, investment and good relations between the countries of Canada, Eurasia and Russia. CERBA is a unique non- for-profit organization having a network of over 180 corporations. To meet the dynamic needs of its growing membership it has established seven chapters located in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Vancouver, Almaty and Moscow. As an association, CERBA provides an extensive network of contacts in the private and public sectors with frequent events, informative seminars on pertinent topics in the Eurasian market, a bi-annual business summit, a quarterly printed Newsletter, committees of the Canada-Russia Business Council (CRBC) and Kazakhstan-Canada Business Council (KCBC), and annual trade missions. Additionally CERBA provides market intelligence, advocates with the Canadian and Eurasian governments on key issues, and manages active sector-based committees to promote partnership between CERBA members and their counterparts in Eurasia.