The city of Eindhoven (the Kingdom of the Netherlands) has become another platform for attracting business to the Great Stone Industrial Park. Eindhoven is located in the southern part of the Netherlands. The city has a large number of enterprises related to high technology and computer science, for example, Philips.
On November 26, local business, consulting companies, start-up project managers with the support of the Strategic and Economic Development Agency, as well as the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Kingdom of the Netherlands discussed the benefits of doing business in Belarus, and in particular in the Great Stone Industrial Park. During the discussions, the strategic orientation of the One Belt One Road Initiative was noted. One belt is one way to transfer not only goods, but also technologies and labor resources in Eurasia. There is a great potential in the possibility of opening production in the Great Stone Industrial Park, taking into account the presence of preferential tax and customs legislation and the availability of skilled labor, which is a particular problem in the EU countries.
The participants of the event received invitations to visit Belarus to see with their own eyes the pace of development of the Industrial Park and the opportunity to conduct business in accordance with best international practices.