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Future of Ukraine in International trade: Perspectives on the sidelines of the 12th WTO Ministerial Conference

  • Thursday 02 December 2021 17:00-19:30
  • CCIG, bd du Théâtre 4, Genève
  • Organisation : The Joint Chamber of Commerce Switzerland-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South Caucasus and the CCIG

The Joint Chamber of Commerce Switzerland-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South Caucasus (JCC) is Switzerland's leading private organization that promotes bilateral business between Switzerland and the Eurasia Region. Ukraine is a priority market in JCC's portfolio of thirteen countries. 2021 is the "Year of Ukraine" at the Chamber where trade and investment opportunities in the Ukrainian market have been showcased throughout the year. Together with partner CCIG,  JCC is holding a business roundtable featuring top-level Ukrainian delegates to the 12th WTO Ministerial Conference in Geneva.


The event will provide you with up to date information on recent economic reforms and business opportunities in Ukraine. It will give you access to high-ranking economic representatives from Ukraine and the chance to learn from the experiences of leading Swiss companies active in the Ukrainian market.


Program : 


Doors open


Welcome and introduction
Vincent Subilia, General Director, CCIG
Jean-Paul Periat, Vice President, JCC


Keynote speaker
H.E. Taras Kachka, Deputy Minister for Economy of Ukraine
Head, Ukrainian Delegation to WTO


Panel discussion with Leading Swiss Companies Operating in Ukraine
Logistics : Bud Darr, Group Executive Vice President, MSC

Fast Moving Consumer Goods : Alexander Kryvosheyev, Corporate Affairs Vice President Eastern Europe, JTI

Testing & Certification : Gennadiy Shulga,Vice President, SGS

Commodity Trading : Oleksandr Karpenko, General Director, Louis Dreyfus Company Ukraine 

Moderator: Sven Henniger, Head, JCC Ukraine Chapter; Partner, Henniger Winkelmann Consulting Ukraine


Networking reception


End of the event


The event is free but the registration is mandatory. 


Due to Covid, the participation is possible only with a Covid certificate and your ID card.  Please wear your mask when entering in the CCIG. 




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