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Government of the Amur Region wants to attract investors to discuss "smart" cities

The Government of the Amur Region discussed the organization of AmurExpoForum-2014, which will be held from September 19 to 22 at the site of the Public Cultural Center in the city of Blagoveshchensk, the Governor's press service reports. The central event of the business program will be the Smart Cities Forum: A Look at the Development of the Russian Far East.

“The event is of great importance in terms of attracting investors. Within the framework of the fair, there will be an opportunity to build a dialogue with potential investors, to present the most competitive sides of the Amur Region, ”said Marina Dedyushko, Deputy Prime Minister. As the Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, Tourism and Entrepreneurship, Igor Gorevoy, reported, the development of the logo of the exhibition-forum is currently being completed.

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