The Moscow region plans to sign more than ten agreements on priority areas at the St. Petersburg international economic forum (SPIEF), said the Chairman of the regional government Denis Butsaev. His words leads to “Interfax” on Friday, may 26.
“It’s agribusiness, agricultural area, will sign a major agreement on food processing,” said Butsaev.
In addition, the results of negotiations with investors can be an agreement on the establishment of the new transport cluster in the Moscow region, said the Chairman.
May 25, Butsaev said that the authorities of the Moscow region until the end of the year plans to submit to the government the documents for the establishment of a special economic zone (SEZ) in the city district of Domodedovo.
The main activities of the international economic forum will be held from 1 to 3 June. During the main session will discuss the main global economic trends, key issues on the international agenda. According to TASS, last year the forum was attended by about 12 thousand people from 130 countries.