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THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC IMPACT FORUM ON UKRAINE
THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC IMPACT FORUM ON UKRAINE, Istanbul, 21-22 July.
We are pleased to invite you to the Global Economic Impact Forum on Ukraine, which will take place on July 21-22, 2022 in Istanbul, Turkey - https://tgeif.org/
The forum will bring together high-level ministerial, political, public sector, and business leaders from Fortune 500 companies from across the globe to look at rebuilding Ukraine, discuss investment and trade opportunities, address the challenges to regional and global supply chains, and work to ensure economic continuity for Ukraine and its trade partners.
This invitation-only event will afford participants rare and direct insights into the perspectives and approaches of public and private sector leaders, from Ukraine, the region, and the world as the international community works to reshape the global economy, along with the infrastructure and cooperative international policies and agreements that support it.
Agenda - https://tgeif.org/agenda/
Speakers - https://tgeif.org/forum_speakers/
On the 21st and 22nd of July 2022, the Global Economic Impact Forum on Ukraine will be held in Istanbul, Turkey.
The forum will be defined by interactions to come up with new areas for cooperation to resolve the challenges faced by the global community because of Russia’s war against Ukraine and spark new partnerships and ideas needed to improve the state of the world.
Global leaders who attend the Global Economic Forum on Ukraine will participate in meetings with various thematic priorities including export and import, economic rebalancing, global cooperation, resolving supply-chain challenges (including inputs into industrial value chains), developing new trade routes, food security, risks and resilience, innovation and governance.