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California governor will deliver a lecture at FEFU within the framework of the third WEF

More than 40 US representatives will take part in the events of the Third Eastern Economic Forum, including California Governor Edmund Gerald Brown and President of the Council and Executive Director of the Russian-American Pacific Partnership Derek Norberg. Mr. Brown will hold a number of business meetings, take part in the ecological session "Specially Protected Natural Territories - Opportunities for the State and Business", and also give a lecture to students and teachers of the Far Eastern Federal University. Mr. Norberg - will make a presentation on the development of Russian-American relations on an interregional basis.

Executive managers and representatives of US companies such as ExxonMobil Russia Inc, IBM East Europe Asia Ltd, Abbott Laboratories LLC, Boston Consulting Group, GE Rus LLC, McKinsey & Company, S & P Global Platts Inc, Loyds Investments Corporation will take part in the WEF events. "The participation of officials and representatives of the US business community in the WEF events, despite the current state of Russian-American relations, speaks of interest in a joint discussion of the Far Eastern agenda. I am confident that the work at the Forum will be an incentive for mutually beneficial cooperation between our countries," said the adviser Russian President Anton Kobyakov.