How is the COVID crisis being handled in Eurasia?

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The economic effects of the coronavirus are being felt by large numbers of companies in the Eurasian region leading many to consider how well their businesses are shaped to meet future challenges. In this webinar, recorded on 17 September, we take a look at measures to help businesses stay afloat in the short term, along with outsourcing and restructuring options for the longer term.

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Darya Zhuk
Managing Partner
COBALT (Belarus)
Larissa Yemelyanova
Larissa Yemelyanova
Senior Associate - Kazakhstan
Valeriya Savchuk
Valeriya Savchuk
Vasil Kisil & Partners
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