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Korean and Romanian companies explore common opportunities for the Eastern European Environment market

“Eastern Europe Environment Project Partnership 2014” Thursday and Friday at Intercontinetal Hotel

Romania and the Republic of Korea will sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in the field of Environmental Protection on this Thursday on the occasion of “Eastern Europe Environment Project Partnership 2014” which will take place on October 2nd and 3rd at Intercontinental Hotel, Bucharest.
The event will be hosted by the Korean delegation led by H.E. Yeonman Jeong, Vice-Minister of Environment, and will consist of officials from the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Korea-Trade-Investemnt Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KEITI) and 11 Korean companies from environmental industry that work in the fields of water & waste water treatment, waste treatment, biomass and air pollution prevention (desulfurization, denitrification). The event will also be attended by representatives of 20 Romanian Project Holders & Buyers and 10 Eastern European project Holders & Buyers.
The event  will consist of one-on-one business meetings in the first day (Oct. 2) and the “Korea-Central Eastern Europe Environmental Forum” in the second day (Oct.3) for exchanging information and experiences on the Eastern European environment market.
The Korean Vice-Minister of Environment, Mr.  Yeonman Jeong will address the opening speech at the Forum, while a high-ranking official from the Romanian Ministry of Environment will make congratulatory remarks.  According to a communiqué released by the Korean Embassy in Bucharest, the 2-day event “is designed to provide opportunities for environment project holders and buyers in this field to network with Korean companies and find the right partners/suppliers among them”. In addition, CSR Water Treatment School will be run by Korean Environment Corporation on both dates. Through this school, the participants will have a chance to learn about Korean Government policies, financing and technologies in water & waste water treatment field.
“We expect  ‘Eastern Europe Environment Project Partnership 2014’ to be an excellent chance to collect information, for networking and finding of new partners”, the press statement of the Korean Embassy also reads.

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