Source Pravda.Ru

International Economy Forum "Kuban-2002"

Over 200 major companies from the Krasnodarsky region will participate in the International Economy Forum Kuban-2002. This was disclosed on Friday at the opening of the forum by Head of the Regional Administration Aleksander Tkachyov.

According to him, the main aim of the forum is to inform potential investors about the positive changes in the economy of the region.

Minister of the Economic Development and Trade German Gref in his turn said, that the forum "is one of the ways of direct communication between the authorities and business, and investors." Representatives of foreign countries and of Russian ministries and departments will also participate in the forum.

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