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MSV to strengthen Czech-Turkish trade ties

8.10.2013

The machinery industry’s share in Turkey's total exports reached 23 percent last year, being a good precondition for mutually beneficial cooperation, as Mustafa Sever, Turkish Deputy Minister of Economy and a representative of this year's partner country, said in his speech at the opening of the 55th International Engineering Fair.

MSV to strengthen Czech-Turkish trade ties

Republic of Udmurtia at its first mission in the Czech Republic, to the MSV’s satisfaction

8.10.2013

Republic of Udmurtia is one of the lesser known regions in the Czech Republic. However, Tchaikovsky or Kalashnikov is known to everyone – and both of them come from this region. Eight companies from the region attend the Brno International Engineering Fair with the

Republic of Udmurtia at its first mission in the Czech Republic, to the MSV’s satisfaction

Construction of nuclear power plants – the focal point of the ATOMEX-EUROPE Forum

8.10.2013

Today the Brno International Engineering Fair saw the first day of ATOMEX-EUROPE, the European Forum of the Nuclear Industry Suppliers. It is divided into three sections – first section on the Russian design of nuclear power plants and international supply chain presentation, second section on international innovation projects and suppliers’ opportunities and third section on supply financing.

Slovakia is traditionally strongly represented at MSV

8.10.2013

A total of 77 Slovak companies present their work at the Brno International Engineering Fair. Today Tomáš Malatinský, Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic, officially opened the National Day of Slovak Republic. In his speech he briefly remarked that engineering in Slovakia counts among the most important industries and is the main source of job creation.

Slovakia is traditionally strongly represented at MSV

Great importance attached to the International Engineering Fair (MSV) by German companies

8.10.2013

Representatives of the Czech-German Chamber of Commerce claim the MSV to be the most important platform for industry innovation and trade in Central and Eastern Europe. This year up to 550 German exhibitors, co-exhibitors and represented companies came to Brno.

Great importance attached to the International Engineering Fair (MSV) by German companies

MSV is a Slovak Fair as well

8.10.2013

“Even twenty years after the split of Czechoslovakia we consider Brno our city”, said Tomáš Malatinský, Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic, in his speech at the opening of the 55th International Engineering Fair.

MSV is a Slovak Fair as well

Opening speech by Prime Minister Jiří Rusnok

8.10.2013

Prime Minister Jiří Rusnok officially opened the 55th International Engineering Fair emphasising the past and present industry tradition in our country and the MSV as its integral part

Opening speech by Prime Minister Jiří Rusnok

Ministr Ciencala: „Connecting science and practice is the only way!”

8.10.2013

Speech by Jiří Ciencala, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, at the opening of the 55th International Engineering Fair.

Ministr Ciencala: „Connecting science and practice is the only way!”

Business Day of the Russian Federation 2013: Opportunities in the Russian regions and cooperation in the field of nuclear energy

8.10.2013

This year’s Business Day of the Russian Federation, for the tenth time organised at the Brno International Engineering Fair, began this morning in the presence of Přemysl Sobotka, Vice-President of the Czech Senate, Sergey Borisovich Kiselev, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Czech Republic and Jiří Cienciała, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic.

Business Day of the Russian Federation 2013: Opportunities in the Russian regions and cooperation in the field of nuclear energy

Industry recovery is proceeding with improving working conditions

8.10.2013

In 2012 the industrial production in the Czech Republic declined by 0.8 percent. This trend has continued throughout this year with a further decline of 5.4 percent in the first quarter and with the decline slowly ceasing in the second quarter. Compared to the previous year industrial production declined by 3.9 percent in the first half of 2013.

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