Home Page
Announcements
Significant Events
New Publications
About Us
Our Mission
Membership Benefits
Membership Application
Internet Resources
Contact Us

8th Annual International Adam Smith Institute Conference on The Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Sector in Russia

 

St. Petersburg, Russia - The Adam Smith Institute, with the support of the Pennsylvania-Russia Business Council, is hosting the 8th Annual International Conference on the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Sector in Russia.  This conference will take place from May 22-23, 2002 at the Grand Hotel Europe in St. Petersburg, Russia.

 

For over seven years the Adam Smith Institute has been organizing high-level international conferences focusing on the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors of Russia and the Newly Independent States.  Today, these conferences are recognized as leading strategic forums in this industry sector. Each conference addresses a variety of key issues confronting the industry, including the regulatory and legislative background, market dynamics, pharmaceutical financing and investment prospects as well as major developments in the manufacturing, distribution and retail sectors.

 

This conference is an excellent way to learn more about the opportunities for business cooperation between American and Russian companies in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector.  If you are interested in doing business in Russia in biotechnology or healthcare, this is an event you should not miss.

 

As supporters of this conference, the PRBC will be in attendance and we invite you to join us at this exciting premier event.  The PRBC members receive a 10% discount, so reply right away if you would like to take advantage of this special admission price.

 

For more information on registering through PRBC, please contact Val Kogan, PRBC President, by phone: (215) 708-2628, email: prbc@att.net, or visit the PRBC website at: http://fita.org/prbc

 



Back to PRBC Events Page


Cultivating Economic and Cultural Partnerships
between the U.S. Mid-Atlantic States and Russia