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11 september 2017 RBC-TV
Vladislav Onishchenko

Vladislav Onishchenko Deputy Head

Digital economy will increase productivity
The First Deputy Head of the Analytical Center, Vladislav Onishchenko, told RBC how Russia is implementing the digital transformation of its economy, what professions will be in demand in the future, what the risks of the transformation are, and how these risks were taken into account in the development of the Digital Economy Program.
8 september 2017 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Victoria Gimadi

Victoria Gimadi Department for Fuel and Energy Sector

Problems with power outages can be solved by upgrading equipment and introducing new technologies
Power and heat supplies to isolated territories of the Russian Federation, which comprise about 20 percent of the country's area, are 5–6 times more expensive for the resource providers, but even this does not guarantee continuous power supply, as the Rossiyskaya Gazeta correspondents write, referring to the energy bulletin of the Analytical Center.
4 september 2017 RIA Karachaevo-Cherkessia
Nurali Rezvanov

Nurali Rezvanov Adviser to Head of the Analytical Center

The Medical Cluster will offer support for all healthcare system participants
A new innovative medical cluster is to appear in the Malokarachaevsky district of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic; the new cluster will feature cutting edge innovative technologies. "The work to design the new medical cluster will get fully underway this year," Adviser to the Head of the Analytical Center Nurali Rezvanov commented in an interview for a RIA Karachaevo-Cherkessia correspondent.
30 august 2017 Kommersant
Evgeniy Kislyakov

Evgeniy Kislyakov Deputy Head

When implementing the Digital Economy program, synergy is going to be ensured
"The Government has decided how it is going to build the management system for its Digital Economy of Russia program," writes the Kommersant newspaper. "A new government resolution has assigned the functions of the project management office for the implementation of the program to the Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation while a new autonomous non-profit organization called Digital Economy is to be established as the body in charge of creating work groups and competencies centers as well as interaction with business."
28 august 2017 Russia - 24
Irina Pominova

Irina Pominova Department for Fuel and Energy Sector

It is necessary to develop coal deposits in the Russian Far East
According to experts, the export of Russian coal is beginning to grow. Thus, Russia is already among the top three coal suppliers to China, being outplayed only by its main competitors—Australia and Indonesia. "Our coal is quite competitive in terms of production costs, but the current center — the Kuzbass Region and the Kemerovo Oblast — is very remote from the ports both in the East and in the West," Irina Pominova, an expert of the Analytical Center, commented on this situation to the Russia 24 television channel.
21 august 2017 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Tatiana Radchenko

Tatiana Radchenko Deputy Head

Foreign Automakers Need to Meet Production Localization Requirements if they Want to Get Benefits and Tax Exemptions
It will make more business sense for global automakers to establish assembly plants in Russia and export cars assembled here to other countries. The Ministry of Economic Development of Russia has drafted a new production localization formula to promote it, the Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports.
21 august 2017 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Natalia Safina

Natalia Safina Department for Expert Analytics

Program to Help Mortgage Borrowers will Only Partially Improve the Situation
The government is resuming its program of offering help to mortgage borrowers. The maximum amount of financial aid offered for each restructured mortgage is 30% of the remaining principal balance (but no more than RUB 1.5 million), which should allow over 1,300 families to pay off what they owe the banks and hold on to their residence. A total of RUB 2 billion has been allocated to the program. "This can only partially improve the situation with foreign currency-denominated loans," the Analytical Center's expert Natalia Safina told a Rossiyskaya Gazeta correspondent.
17 august 2017 Kommersant
Evgeniy Kislyakov

Evgeniy Kislyakov Deputy Head

It is important that the Russian Scientific and Technological Development Strategy goes hand in hand with the Digital Economy Program
Before the Digital Economy Program was adopted at the end of July 2017, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev had approved the implementation plan for the Russian Scientific and Technological Development Strategy for 2017-2019. The strategy is aimed at creating technologies that can meet major challenges increasing the share of high-tech products in the country's GDP, taking domestic high technology products to new markets, and improving the effectiveness of research. "It is important that the Russian Scientific and Technological Development Strategy goes hand in hand with the Digital Economy Program," believes Deputy Head of the Analytical Center Evgeniy Kislyakov. He described the objectives of the Strategy and its role in the development of the country's economy to Kommersant Science correspondent.
16 august 2017 Vechernyaya Moskva
Inna Karakchieva

Inna Karakchieva Department for Expert Analytics

School Space to Transform to Meet New Challenges
Do the design and architecture of school buildings have an impact on the kids? How does school environment affect the process of education? In an architectural show on Vechernyaya Moskva (Night Moscow) TV network, Leading Advisor of the Analytical Center Inna Karakchieva talked about the creation of modern school buildings and the important role that the environment that a child is put in plays in tapping into their full potential.
10 august 2017 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Victoria Gimadi

Victoria Gimadi Department for Fuel and Energy Sector

The maximum rate should be enough for both modernization and profit
Russian municipalities are going to be able to start reforming the local heat markets. They will be able to do that under the new amendments to the Law on Heating Supply according to the Rossiyskaya Gazeta. "This reform is going to be of special interest to those municipalities that want to modernize their heating utilities under new conditions," believes Analytical Center expert Victoria Gimadi.