Opportunities in Russia for the U.S. Agricultural Industry
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - The Pennsylvania-Russia Business Council in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture are pleased to announce a seminar on Investment Opportunities in Russia for the American Agricultural Industry, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday, March 16, 2001 in Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 at the Southern Market Center, 100 South Queen Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This seminar is hosted by the International Commerce Committee of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry with promotional support from the SPIN and Interfax. The informational briefing will cover important developments concerning the ups and downs of U.S. agricultural exports to Russia. Representatives of the U.S. Department of Agriculture along with selected technical experts in the field will be present to discuss recent developments in the Russian agribusiness market and how Mid-Atlantic area business can benefit right away.
Invest in Russian Agribusiness... now?
Actually, this is an opportune time to consider just that. The PRBC - USDA Seminar can help you gain the information you need to explore promising markets in the Russian Federation. Recent reports confirm:
The time to explore entering the Russian market of 150 million customers is right now.
JOIN THE USDA - USAID TRADE MISSION TO RUSSIA
Following the March Seminar, this year's U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Agency for International Development Program to Revitalize Russian Agriculture through Regional Investment (PRARI) Trade Mission to Rostov, Samara, and Lipetsk, will take place April 20-30, 2001.The first Agribusiness Investment and Trade Mission in September 1999, was a success. This second mission will explore three attractive areas for direct investment in Russia: ROSTOV, SAMARA & LIPETSK.The USDA and USAID Program to Revitalize Russian Agriculture through Regional Investment (PRARI) has been working for about three years, helping to pave the way for your investment and trade in selected Russian regions.
Participation in this Trade Mission includes:
March 16 Seminar Cost: $35 Chamber/PRBC members; $45 non-members
To Register or for additional information please contact: Val Kogan, PRBC President at: (215) 708-2628, email: email@example.com or visit the PRBC website at: www.fita.org/prbc. Registration information is also available through Lancaster Chamber of Commerce representative: Brent Landis (717-397-3531); and Committee contact: Cecelia Harrington (717-285-1380)
Friday, March 16, 2001
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