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Russia, Saudi Arabia Ink Historic Nuclear Energy Deal
18.06.2015 17:42
Russia, Saudi Arabia Ink Historic Nuclear Energy Deal
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Russia and Saudi Arabia signed an historic deal on cooperation in nuclear energy, says RIA-NOVOSTI news agency.

      The agreement was inked at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum that opened in Russia’s northern capital Thursday amid prospects of economic turnaround and eased stance by the West.

      SPIEF 2015 is expecting a higher turnout this year after reports that the Obama administration decided not to ban its multinationals from taking part in the event.

      According to The Financial Times, the 19th conference will feature AT Kearney, Boston Consulting Group, PwC Ernst & Young, Shell and BP as well as Europe’s giants Societe General, Total, Schlumberger, JCDecaux, Metro and Carlsberg.

      “There will be more foreign guest than last year. To date, 698 foreigners confirmed their participation versus 590 in 2014. We are expecting 383 companies to be present at the forum while last year saw only 337, said Sergey Belyakov, head of the foundation that supervises the biggest Russian economic conference. He also confirmed there will 173 CEOs versus 152 in 2014.

      Last year, the St Petersburg International Economic forum generated 269 billion roubles in deals in spite of the pressure from Washington on participants.

      According to the Economic Development Ministry, more than 130 contracts and memoranda were signed at the event which featured around 6,500 high-profile guests from across the world.

      Business leaders, investment gurus and government officials came together to discuss ways to strengthen confidence in turbulent times.

      Some of the key participants refused to arrive, including heads of Boeing, International Paper, Goldman Sachs, ConocoPhillips, Siemens and others due to political pressure from the US amid the tension over the Ukraine crisis.

       


Sources: http://ria.ru 


Author: Mikhail Vesely

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