ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) — At least 332 agreements worth more than a trillion rubles ($15.7 billion) were signed at the 2016 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Anton Kobyakov, executive secretary of the SPIEF Organizing Committee, said Saturday.
"A total of 332 official agreements that are not commercial secrets worth 1.024 trillion rubles were signed on June 16-18," Kobyakov said at the closing SPIEF conference.
According to Kobyakov, the St. Petersburg government along signed 24 agreements worth $1.8 billion.
Russian and Italian companies signed contracts worth $1.3 billion during the forum, he added.
At least 205 contracts worth $4.5 billion were signed at the SPIEF 2015.