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WEF-2019 to discuss new mechanisms for stimulating economic growth in the Far East
As part of the business program of the Fifth Eastern Economic Forum, discussions will be held on new mechanisms that could stimulate economic growth in the Far East. By 2035, according to the national program, this indicator in the region should be increased by 6%. The discussion will be attended by representatives of Russian ministries, the business community, the governors of the Far Eastern Federal District and foreign experts.
According to the organizers, within the framework of the forum, the session “Competition of countries for economic growth. What is the plan of Russia? ”, During which participants will discuss Russian and international experience in stimulating the economy. Tools will also be offered that can be included in the Roadmap for Sustainable Growth of the Non-Oil Sector of the Russian Economy.
“We need to grow at the rate of 5 – 5,6% per year to 2024. We need a proactive policy, otherwise by the 2023 year we will become the seventh economy in the world - Indonesia will bypass us. The task of economic growth is shared by both the economic authorities and society as a whole, ”said Boris Titov, the Presidential Commissioner for the Protection of Entrepreneurs, who will act as moderator of the session.