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Описание: * Назначение встреч с местными и зарубежными компаниями на уровне руководства * Составление списков компаний а также таблиц с нужной информацией * Ежедневное общение с бизнес-партнерами по телефону и e-mail * Регулярная отчетность перед непосредственным руководителем * Ведение деловой переписки (отчеты о встречах, переписка с клиентами, деловые письма) * Другие функции по согласованию с Руководителем подразделения * Работа с интернет ресурсами и соцсетями компании * Работа с рекламными агентствами стран региона по рекламе, подписке и т.д. *График работы: с 08:30 до 18:30Four new instruments of Unions

The CIS Economic Development Strategy until 2030 and the Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025 will work for the benefit of people of the Eurasian space countries. This was stated by Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board, at the CIS International Economic Forum. Caspian Energy News reports this news, citing EAEU.

Mikhail Myasnikovich outlined four tools for stimulating the EAEU economies: creating the Eurasian multinational corporations, developing a common infrastructure platform, forming a system of digital transport corridors, and efficient technical regulation of the EAEU.

"From the organizational perspective, every effort should be made to concentrate large business in the Eurasian multinational corporations," Mikhail Myasnikovich stated. "Only then there will be joint business and there will be no such a desperate need to use administrative resources for the purpose of integration.”

In the next four years, common markets without exemptions and restrictions should be created in the Eurasian economic Union. The financial market is poorly developed, and the creation of a common energy market is quite realistic, the new head of the Union told RBK.

According to Mikhail Myasnikovich, first of all, it is required to support the Eurasian industrial business by prioritizing the formation of high-tech processing plants as well as improving competitiveness of the existing production baseline. "The EEC will make every effort to achieve growth in the manufacturing industry which is actually the driver of both innovative and scientific and technical development, so that its share in the gross domestic product would be at least 25%," - the Chairman of the EEC Board noted.



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