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Moscow, Russia 19 November / 2013
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About the conference
The country's second wave of privatization of state-owned companies, upcoming major sports events, vast natural resources, state-subsidized technology development, and ongoing consumer and retail growth have attracted significant attention from top investors. At the same time Russia needs to perform deep structural change of its economy, review manufacturing, create new industries and attract foreign capital. In his speech at an annual economic forum in St.Petersburg that serves as a gathering of the country's top financial officials, business leaders President Putin announced Russia would allocate around $14 billion from the reserves as loans to modernize transport infrastructure including the Trans-Siberian Railway, high-speed rail line between Moscow and Kazan, the capital of the Tatarstan region; and a superhighway ringing Moscow.
"Our key challenge in the coming years is to remove many infrastructure constraints that literally stifle our country and prevent unlocking the potential of entire regions," Mr. Putin said. "Investors are hugely interested in infrastructure projects, especially if the state is ready to provide guarantees, minimize the risks and act as a co-investor.
The fourth edition of the International Forum RUSSIA INNOTECH will provide in-depth perspectives on the current state of Russian economy, while allowing its participants to discuss strategic opportunities with global market leaders and investors. The Summit will consist of a plenary session and a series of panel discussions, offering speakers and attendees a platform in which to explore investment expectations and foster business relations. Topics will include key trends in policy making, the regulatory environment and investment valuations.