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Vyacheslav Shport will present investment projects of the Khabarovsk Territory at the Sochi-2014 International Investment Forum

The governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Vyacheslav Shport will present his region at the XIII International Investment Forum in Sochi, which opens on 19 September. Delegations from 45 Russian regions, as well as representatives of 18 countries will take part in its work.

The main venue of the forum will be the Olympic media center, reformatted for the exhibition complex. Here the regions will present their investment projects.

The forum in Sochi will become a place for discussion of the most topical issues of the Russian and world economy. 19 September, several panel discussions are planned. Particular attention this time will be given to the Asian development vector of the country. It's about the specifics of working with Chinese investors. Also, the forum guests will consider projects aimed at the development of the Far East. In the discussion of these topics, Governor Vyacheslav Shport will take part.

On September 20, within the framework of the forum, the head of the region will take part in the seminar "Territories of advanced development: a new tool for attracting investments." The Khabarovsk Territory has already gained experience in preparing such sites. It is planned to create three TOPs in the region in the suburbs of Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Sovetsko-Gavansky district.

In addition, Vyacheslav Shport of the region will attend the plenary session of the forum. The Chairman of the RF Government Dmitry Medvedev will speak at it. The main topic of the meeting was "Investment climate in the regions: how to ensure development policy in conditions of limited resources."

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