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Business representatives of over 40 countries to take part in the investment forum in Mogilev

Business representatives of over 40 countries are to take part in the investment forum “Success Mill” in Mogilev. The information is provided by Victor Nekrashevich, deputy head of Mogilev regional executive committee.

In 2014 the event gathered about 400 participants. This year the number is expected to be over 600. The forum will welcome the guests from Poland, Germany, China, Georgia, Turkey, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and other countries.

The popularity of the forum is increasing which lays more responsibility over the organizers. The forum is expected to have a high level of organization and attract a number of investors.

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