Source Pravda.Ru

International Conference On Economic Relations Between Russian Far East And APR Countries Held In Vladivostok

The international scientific conference "The Russian Far East and the APR Countries: Development of Economic Relations" has opened in Vladivostok on Wednesday. The RIA Novosti correspondent reports that the conference is attended by scientists from Russia, USA, Japan, South Korea, China, as well as representatives of the Main Department of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation for Primorye Territory. The participants in the conference will discuss the state and prospects of the development of integration processes in the economies of the Asia-Pacific Region countries, the investment potential of the Russian Far East, problems of cooperation with the capital of APR countries and many other subjects.

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