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MOSCOW, October 6 (Itar-Tass) —— Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will attend the “Russia’s Calling” investment forum organised by VTB Bank in Moscow.
The main purpose of the forum is to “facilitate investments in the Russian economy, develop dialogue and partnership between Russian business and international investors”, the government press service told Itar-Tass.
The topics to be discussed include “Russia and the World: Road to 2020”, “Re-evaluation of the Growth Model – Capital Modernisation”, “Lifting Development Restrictions – Infrastructure of Tomorrow”, “Investment Management in Russia – Challenges and Opportunities”, and “Internationalisation of the Russian Capital Markets”.
More than 1,000 participants will take part in the forum. They will be addressed by Minister of Economic Development Elvira Nabiullina and Central Bank Deputy Chairman Alexei Ulyukayev who are scheduled to attend the plenary session.
Also attending will be Russian businessmen, economists, heads of large foreign investment companies, international financial institutions and banks, representatives of the Western economic school.