ST PETERSBURG, Russia, July 2, 2012 / PRNewswire / –
three presidents, two prime ministers and dozens of ministerial representatives, more than 75 Fortune 1000 executives and over 400 business leaders and financial Russians were among the 5,000 attendees gathered at the Sixteenth St. Petersburg International Economic Forum from 21 to 23 June to discuss, debate and connect what is needed for “A leadership that works.”
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President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin gave the keynote address and four other heads of state attended this year Forum : the Finnish president, Sauli Niinisto , the president of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Almazbek Atambayev, Prime Minister of Macedonia Nikola Gruevski , and Prime Minister of Kenya, Raila Amolo Odinga class=”xn-person”> .
an official range highlighting the interactions among the global leaders and covered economic, political and technology that determine the global agenda, participants could choose from more than one hundred hours of plenary sessions, 28 interactive panel discussions , 4 breakfasts and lunches sector, 10 round tables, 7 presentations and other events involving politicians and businessmen from different countries. The business program Forum A total of 77 events (63 in 2011).
SPIEF program was created in 2012 around four key pillars of content: Secure the Future, Harnessing the potential of Russia, Reply technologies impact approach to leadership .
consensus among the participants of the main issues facing the world included Russia and the European financial crisis, leadership changes in the major economies, political instability in the Middle East class=”xn-person”> , the volatility of energy prices, increased demand from emerging markets, technological innovations and their impact on business and government, the new models of commercial cooperation in the energy sector and the growing role emerging economies in determining regional and global agendas.
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin outlined a broad international and national agenda in his keynote address, noting that his main task is the implementation of large-scale transformation for the country’s political economy.
As is tradition, Global Energy presented the award in commemoration of the developments in the energy equipment for the space. The same receptors were academics Boris Katorgin Valery Kostyuk and the British scientist Rodney John Allam with an prize of 33 million rubles divided equally among the three participants.
SPIEF 2012 expanded its series of televised debates this year, involving international and domestic issuers. Russia Today co-produced “European Crossroads: Post-Crisis Scenarios” and tried the key measures needed to strengthen confidence in the euro area. The debates organized in cooperation with CNBC focused on “Banking in the 21 st Century: New Models for a New Era” while Bloomberg focused on the “New Emerging Finance Centers.” CNN co-hosted a discussion on “BRIC Demand”, while Caixin Media televised debate on changing the economic model China , “Evolution or Disruption.” And finally, Reuters TV helped produce a session on the changes in investment strategy for the emerging market in the session “Identifying Alpha”.A series of debates
one to one entitled “Conversations to Make a Difference” was introduced as part of the business SPIEF 2012 that included Russian and foreign respected leaders in politics, business and technology, as Henry Kissinger , Yevgeny Primakov , Gerard Lopez Lloyd Blankfein , Oleg Deripaska , and others.
agreements valued at 360,000 million rubles were signed in SPIEF 2012, which attracted more than 5,300 participants
The 2012 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum proved more fruitful in terms of agreements and contracts in previous years. A total of 84 agreements were signed as part of SPIEF 2012 with 9 contracts with a combined value of more than 360,000 million rubles, and 4 loan agreements 164,400 million rubles.
SPIEF 2012 was relatively balanced between Russian and international participants with 1,018 representatives of Russian companies and 942 international business executives. Program participants Forum included more than 157 official CEOs of large multinational companies and 447 top executives of Russian companies. 290 government dignitaries and representatives of official delegations from 77 countries attended SPIEF in 2012.
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