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MOSCOW, October 2 (Itar-Tass) - President Vladimir Putin will attend Wednrsday the VTB Capital investment forum "Russia Calling!", which has been held at Moscow's World Trade Center from October 1 and is to end on Oct 3.
According to the Forum's programme, Putin will attend a plenary meeting on the theme of "New Horizons of Growth: How to Attain Them". The Head of State is expected to address participants in and guests of the Forum and then take part in discussion and answer several questions.
The annual VTB Capital "Russia Calling!" investment forum is held for a fifth time. RF government officials, the chiefs of major Russian and international corporations, and experts of world renown traditionally participate in the Forum proceedings.
The organizers' idea is that the Forum must promote the development of the dialogue between Russian businesses and the international investment community.
Under the programme, mebers of the business and political elites from all over the world will discuss trends in the development of the Russian and international economy, the role of the State in the investment pattern of growth and other subjects that are significant to the Russian and international economy.
Last year, the Forum was attended by over 1,800 delegates, more than 400 investors from over 60 countries. Participation of over 1,500 guests, including investors and executives of domestic corporations, is expected this year.