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A meeting with a representative of Czech business was held at the Regional Integrated Center of Tomsk CCI

The meeting with Ian Mahalo from a well-known industrial Moravian-Silesian Region in the Czech Republic was held in the Regional integrated center of the biggest international business net Enterprise Europe Network, based on Tomsk Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

During the course of the meeting the guest from the Czech Republic got to know the economic and investment potential of Tomsk region, was informed about the business interested in the cooperation with the European countries, received application from Tomsk companies aimed at collaboration with the European business representatives. Assistance was also rendered in the frames of the negotiations with Tomsk business. 

Mr Mahalo got interested in the opportunity of supplying Tomsk forestry products to the Czech Republic, attracting investments in the projects of our region, as well as the possibility of cooperation in the supply of TATRA auto parts to the northern regions of Russia.

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The Moravian-Silesian Region (Ostrava) is one of the most industrialized regions of central Europe. It forms about 10% of the Czech Republic's GDP. The population of the region is 1.2 million people, so it is the most densely populated region of the Czech Republic. The Moravian-Silesian region is a historical center for the development of heavy industry, as well as energy, gas production, the production of trucks, food industry. There are 23 industrial zones in the province. The region is home to the headquarters of a large international automotive concern TATRA, as well as the production of a number of international companies.

Jan Mahala is also a participant in the MBA programs of Tomsk Polytechnic University.

24.10.2017
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