Doing Business with China


The Kyiv Post, Ukraine's English-language newspaper, held the “Doing Business with China” conference on Feb. 25, 2015 at the Hilton Kyiv hotel.

The conference's two panels focused on understanding the relationship between the two countries, how to enter and compete in the Chinese market and how to attract investment into Ukraine.

Overall, the conference gathered more than 200 participants and guests from Ukraine and China among them state authorities, business leaders and experts. The event was widely covered by both domestic and international media.

The event would not have been possible without our lead partner - Dentons, and partners - Corum Group, Ukr-China Communication, DHL, Kuehne+Nagel. We are grateful to our evening reception partners - Finlandia, Alef-Vinal, and Kyiv Confucius Institute. We also thank our informational partners - UCCI, ICC Ukraine, USUBC, EBA, ACC, BUCC, UGA.

Photo report from the conference can be found here.

See Kyiv Post coverage of the event:

China to assist Ukraine with $3.6 billion for energy projects

Kyiv Post stages ‘Doing Business With China’ conference on Feb. 25 in Hilton Kyiv

Experts suggest ways to boost Ukraine-China trade

Vox Populi with Yuliana Romanyshyn: Why China is so important for Ukraine?

See full video from the conference:

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