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Expert's opinion

Karen Ovsepyan Senior Partner

A first stage of project, “Construction of a transit quarantine elevator (terminal) for transshipment Siberian grain from rail cars to the territories of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Second stage “Creation of Logistics (elevator) infrastructure for storage and export of Siberian grain to Siberian Federal District”

Elena Ovsepyan Practice supervisor, Partner

Interaction with the Customer’s specialists, who are seldom deeply immersed in the “Project Management” or not having enough experience of working on large projects has highlighted an interesting gap in their vision i.e. the “Project Planning” stage concerning the formation of hierarchical relationship structure (or the project organizational structure).

Karen Ovsepyan Senior Partner

I will begin with the obvious, not for all, but adequate public figures, which themselves are suggestive and characterize the problems of China associated with the primary agricultural production and therefore indicate the areas of cooperation in agriculture.

Genrietta Zdor Practice supervisor, Partner

Today, over 80 % of foreign trade transactions in the world are executed through trade financing mechanisms. However, the banking sector is still unable to reach unanimity on the question, what is trade financing. And that, in particular, was confirmed at the conference “Real problems of trade financing” held in September 2012, organized by the Russian National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce - the World Business Organization (ICC Russia).

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