The investment outlook for Russia in the context of its rising economy and consolidated political stability will feature prominently at the eighth Moscow session of the Davos Economic Forum opening Thursday.
According to the director of the European department of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Masha Levinson, one of the aims of the "Moscow Davos," which will last two days, will be to establish long-term relations between representatives of Russian and foreign business.
A considerable attention will be paid to the problems of the fuel and energy sector and Russia's position on the global energy market. The agenda of the forum includes the development of the financial system, the use of the investment potential of Russia's regions and the prospect of Russia's entry into the World Trade Organisation.
According to the organising committee of the Moscow forum, it will be attended by about 350 representatives of the Russian and foreign business cirlces, politicians, experts and scientists.
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