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Vladivostok hosts Eastern Economic Forum

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Vladivostok hosts Eastern Economic Forum


forumvostok.ruEastern Economic Forum opens today September 6 in the capital city of Primorsky Krai, TASS informs. It is already the third forum of this kind. Its headline topic is Economics of the entire Far East. It is one of the largest Russian International conferences. Its traditional venue is Far Eastern Federal University at Russky Island.

As per the Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev, Far East is a pearl of Russia. It is appealing region for all kinds of specialists, such as businessmen, investors, manufacturers and figures of culture.

Impressive delegations from different countries including China, India, Japan, Australia, Canada, USA and Great Britain as well as key market players of the Asia-Pacific region arrived at Vladivostok. More than five thousand people out of sixty-one countries will discuss questions of international cooperation.

One of the main meetings of Vladimir Putin has already taken place. Russian President met his South Korean colleague Moon Jae In who came to Russia for the first time since he took this office this May.

Agreements for the amount exceeding 33 billion US dollars are to be signed at the Eastern Economic Forum. The Primorrye krai prepared almost fifty draft agreements for the amount of more than 3,2 billion US dollars.
Besides, the forum promises a vast agenda. Questions of the Far East development will be touched in the course of discussions, round tables and other events.

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