NRCC Forums and conferences

In 2010 the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Norway asked the NRCC to organize a business forum in connection with the official state visit of President Medvedev to Oslo. I Norwegian Russian Business Forum (NRBF) took place at Radisson Blu Oslo Plaza Hotel, with 400 participants attending. President Medvedev invited the NRCC and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Russia (CCI of Russia) to organize a similar event in Moscow the following year. II NRBF took took place in the facilities of CCI RF in Moscow 2011 with 350 participants. In 2012, NRCC and CCI of Russia organized the III NRBF in the facilities of Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO) in Oslo - 350 participants. The IV NRBF took place in Moscow at Hotel Metropol in December 2014. The Forum was organized by the NRCC and CCI of Russia. 


Potatoes as cooperation area for Norway and Russia

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January 15, 2015 - RUSSLANDS STEMME -  “Poteter som samarbeidsområde for Norge og Russland" - in Norwegian only.

Please find enclosed an interview with Mr. Ivan Dudanov, managing director of the company "Pogar Potato Factory" from Bryansk region (nearly 400km southwest of Moscow). Mr. Dudanov was one of those who attended the IV Norwegian-Russian Business Forum held on December 10 in Moscow. He explained how to develop the Russian-Norwegian business relations in times of economic turmoil and how his company is going to modernize its business.

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Click on the link to read the full article (in Norwegian).

Poteter som samarbeidsområde for Norge og Russland


The aim of the NRCC is to stimulate and improve business relations between Norwegian and Russian companies regarding import, export, shipping, business development, tourism or investment activities. More...


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