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ZNU Press Centre News / News / There was a meeting with the chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship Viktor Hlasiuk in the Engineering Institute of ZNU

There was a meeting with the chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship Viktor Hlasiuk in the Engineering Institute of ZNU

There was a meeting with the chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship Viktor Hlasiuk in the Engineering Institute of ZNU
18.03.2019 10:25 All Top news Інженерний інститут ЗНУ Інженерний інститут візит лекція

Meeting of students and employees with the Ukrainian economist and politician, People's deputy of Ukraine, chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship, President of the Ukrainian Association for the Club of Rome, and Honorable President of the Ukrainian Association for Innovation Development (UAID) Viktor Hlasiuk was held in the Engineering Institute of Zaporizhzhia National University on March 15.

Viktor Valeriiovych spoke in front of the audience with a lecture “New economic policy - how Ukraine will get ahead”.  The main idea of the report was that it is impossible for the nation to get out of the crisis state without changing the vector of the Ukrainian economy.

Viktor Valeriiovych mentioned that in order to reprogram domestic economic policy, it is necessary to change the existing "raw" strategy of the nation to "manufacturing" one.

At the end of the meeting, Viktor Hlasiuk invited students and professors to join the work of the International Conference of Young Scientists in Kyiv on April 5. Participation is free, but it is necessary to propose three interesting and unusual ideas for Ukraine’s exit from the economic crisis while submitting the application.

The lecture aroused great interest among the audience and students and professors took an active part in the discussion of current issues.

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