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CECC Eurasia
Mining Conference

The CECC Eurasia Mining Conference is the largest annual Canada-Eurasia event dedicated to the mining industry. It gathered over two hundred decision-makers and allowed Canadian participants to greet and meet their counterparts from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia.

In the past few years, public health challenges and geopolitical disturbances in the form of an open military conflict in our region of interest have occupied a lot of public attention. These challenges and disturbances may have taken away from the public discussion of the long-term imperative of promoting sustainable development. They, however, have not diminished our commitment to promoting international economic cooperation in support of sustainable development objectives. An interesting turn of events is that mining sector activity is now increasingly driven by sustainable development requirements for critical minerals.

In addition to being one of the mainstays of Canadian economic growth, the mining sector has been a traditional area of cooperation between Canada and the countries of Eurasia in which CECC is involved. Improving international interaction between Canada and Eurasia in the mining sector remains one of the key elements of CECC’s business development mandate.
Countries of the region on which are focusing are also themselves pursuing more active development of the sector and are looking for the active involvement of foreign partners. This offers opportunities for growth and for productive interaction as new-generation infrastructure is being developed.

The CECC Eurasia Mining Conference is the largest annual Canada-Eurasia event dedicated to the mining industry. It gathered over two hundred decision-makers and allowed Canadian participants to greet and meet their counterparts from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia.

In the past few years, public health challenges and geopolitical disturbances in the form of an open military conflict in our region of interest have occupied a lot of public attention. These challenges and disturbances may have taken away from the public discussion of the long-term imperative of promoting sustainable development. They, however, have not diminished our commitment to promoting international economic cooperation in support of sustainable development objectives. An interesting turn of events is that mining sector activity is now increasingly driven by sustainable development requirements for critical minerals.

In addition to being one of the mainstays of Canadian economic growth, the mining sector has been a traditional area of cooperation between Canada and the countries of Eurasia in which CECC is involved. Improving international interaction between Canada and Eurasia in the mining sector remains one of the key elements of CECC’s business development mandate.
Countries of the region on which are focusing are also themselves pursuing more active development of the sector and are looking for the active involvement of foreign partners. This offers opportunities for growth and for productive interaction as new-generation infrastructure is being developed.

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Opening session of the CECC Eurasia Mining Conference 2023

MINEX FORUM – Premier Mining Events 19/03/2023 3:20 pm

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