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Russian and Western investors will get down to the real business at the Russian Economic Forum in London Monday
Russian and Western investors will get down to the real business at the Russian Economic Forum in London Monday. More than 2,000 delegates representing large corporations, investment banks, government organizations and media are attending the forum, which opened Sunday and is unofficially called "the barometer of the Russian economy." The attitude of foreign business communities toward Russia has changed appreciably since the forum was launched nine years ago, judging from the record highs reached recently by the Russian stock market. Deutsche Bank said a record $17 billion in foreign direct investment flowed into the country last year. This year's event is particularly important given the increasing activity of Russian business on international markets, a series of initial public offerings of major Russian companies and Russia's rotating presidency in the G8 club of rich nations. The discussions will focus on key issues that concern foreign investors: property rights, judicial system, relations between the government and private sector and corruption among state officials.
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