Source Pravda.Ru

Finnish Business Targets Tyumen Region

The business forum Finbusiness-2003 will take place in Tyumen on May 13 through May 15, 2003. More than 90 Finnish companies, which produce everything from equipment and technology to services, will take part. A comprehensive exhibition of trade goods of Finnish companies will be held in the 'Tyumen International Fair' pavilion, and specialized seminars and presentations will also be organized.

The forum will be conducted in correspondence will agreements reached during the Tyumen Region presentation, which was held in Helsinki on October 9 through October 11, 2002. The association of foreign trade of Finland with support from the Tyumen Region administration organized Finbusiness-2003.

The press service for Tyumen region administration told Rosbalt that participating in Finbusiness-2003 gives companies and businesspeople a unique opportunity to become acquainted with new types of products, new technology, receive information, establish new contacts with Finnish companies and conclude contracts.

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