Second international investment forum “Modernization of Russian infrastructure: Course – 2018”

April 18-19 2013, Russia, Moscow

In the forthcoming decade the Russian Federation will host a series of major sports events: Universiade (Kazan 2013), the Olympics (Sochi 2014), FIFA World Aquatics Championships (Kazan – 2015), World Championship hockey (Moscow, Saint-Petersburg – 2016) Confederations Cup (Russia – 2017), FIFA World Cup (Russia – 2018).

Thereby on 18-19 April 2013 we are honored to invite you to the Second International Investment Forum “Modernization of Russian Urban Infrastructure: Course – 2018”, which was designed to serve as meeting spot for the government and leading business community representatives to exchange ideas, share vision and accelerate local Program implementation for 11 host cities. The Forum location is Government House in Moscow (Novy Arbat, 36).
The main aim of the international investment forum “Modernization of Russian Urban Infrastructure: Course – 2018” is identify and present on the basis of the activities the Forum project proposals in preparation for the World Cup and other significant sporting events that will be spending Russia soon and to attract foreign and local investment. The idea of the Forum was supported by the Government of the Russian Federation, the State Duma, the Russian Chamber of Commerce, Government of Moscow, in the administrations dozen regions, business unions and social movements. The CIS countries delegations (Kazakhstan, Ukraine) confirmed their participation, as well as foreign and Russian companies, which specializing in the construction of sports facilities and sports infrastructure, security events, tourism, transport infrastructure, environment safety and other.

Contact Information:

Organization Committee of The International Forum “Modernization of Russian Urban Infrastructure: Course – 2018”
tel./fax +7(495)465-92-90
tel. +7(495)965-74-92
Official site: www.forum2018.ru
Forum coordinator site: www.businessgov.ru

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