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OTTAWA, March 6 (Itar-Tass) — Participants in the CERBA Russia and Eurasia Mining Conference in Toronto will discuss prospects for investing into Russia’s mining industry.
The conference is organized by Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association and it will take place during the PDAC, annual international mining investment show in Toronto.
The forum will bring together representatives of Russian and Canadian business circles, experts from Canada’s Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of International Trade, a CERBA official told Itar-Tass.
They will discuss the situation in the mining industry and metallurgy, changes in Russia’s tax and legislative base and possible attraction of capital for venture companies.
Participants will hear reports made by Tim Babcock, senior analyst from Toronto Stock Exchange, and by Lou Naumovski, Vice President and General Director, Russia, Kinross Gold Corporation.