The session involves the participation of European Commission and Eurasian Economic Commission members.
The supply of energy resources in the Greater Eurasia space, energy security of countries and regions are the key conditions for successful economic development. The session is intended to cover the points of the demand for energy resources and production capacities of supplier countries. Scenarios and prospects are in focus.
The financial markets entered a period of uncertainty and imbalance in the face of various structural responses from the US, EU, China, Russia and other countries. In this context, the most palpable anti-Russian sanctions have landed on the financial sector.
In the era of digital economy, information is an increasingly important condition for making timely and sound decisions, business development and effective risk management. What are the key trends in the availability of information for business? How is industry developing "Big" and "Open" data? How does the transparency of companies change? How do traditional media change in the digital age to meet better the needs of business? What challenges do the companies face regarding fake news?
The U.S. presidential election, "Brexit", conflicts in the Middle East, and tensions in various regions of the world reflect profound changes in the geopolitical space. This pace of developments directly affects the economy, both on worldwide trends and on specific areas of development and cooperation. What are the possible future directions?
Interregional cooperation have enormous practical value in building long-term economic projects. What is the local authorities’ role in economic relations and in dialogue within the Greater Eurasia?
Transport and infrastructure projects are priorities for economic development of the Greater Eurasia. The enterprises of the industry offer projects for international cooperation.
Digital technologies, cloud computing, 3D printing, Big Data, augmented and virtual reality and cyber security are rapidly changing the conditions in which business operates, generating new phenomena, for example, crypto-currencies or innovative payment systems. The advancement of the digital economy in combination with 4.0 industrial revolution makes it possible to significantly accelerate development and becomes one of the key drivers of innovation, competitiveness and growth. While it holds huge potential, only a fraction of enterprises is currently taking full advantage of new digital opportunities. At the same time, new risks and new cyber threats are emerging. How could one set up a push forward digitalization, informatization, exchange and collaboration of cyberspace between Eurasia, European Union and all countries within region to help fostering growth, trade and cultural exchanges, how to withstand new challenges in the dynamic environment?