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SPIEF Aims To Foster Growth and Emergence of New World Order

Last year's SPIEF meeting. Credit:

The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) will convene June 5-8, under the theme of “The Formation of New Centers of Growth as the Cornerstone of a Multipolar World.” It is expected to draw nearly 17,000 participants from 136 countries and territories in the proceedings, and more than 3,000 companies will be represented and join in the seminars.

The SPIEF, has held conferences annually since its founding in 1997, and since 2005, the Forum has been held under the auspices and with the participation

of the President of the Russian Federation. It is also one of the organizations whose intent and activity melds in with the direction and purpose of the BRICS, and the creation of a new, world development order as a replacement for the dying, monetarist trans-Atlantic system.

SpecialEurasia Geopolitical Intelligence and Risk Assessment intelligence group reports June 3 that guests will be attending from “Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Africa, Venezuela, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Oman, EAEU and ASEAN member states (Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Lao P.D.R., Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam).” In previous conferences, the guests from the United States, Germany and other European countries had participated prominently, but this year there is no indication about their current attendance.

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