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19 august 2014 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Mikhail Nizov

Mikhail Nizov Department for Sectors of Economy

Russia will remain a bottle-neck of Europe-China transport corridor
The draft law on transit has been reworked in the State Duma. It is strange to say but the country which is actually a link between Europe and Asia has neither consistent state policy on transit nor mechanism coordinating work among ministries and agencies involved in regulating transportation with carriers.
13 august 2014 Expert
Tatiana Radchenko

Tatiana Radchenko Deputy Head

Benefits from legalization of parallel imports are obvious
Importers, manufacturers, experts and authorities still cannot agree on what the economy will get from the legalization of parallel imports in Russia. Import of fashion brand clothes without permission of the manufacturer can flood consumer market with cheap goods. At the same time there is a risk that leading global investors who have placed their production in Russia will withdraw from the market.

13 august 2014 Altapress
Aleksey Khromov

Aleksey Khromov Directorate for Information Technologies

The main trend of the informatization process in Russia is the creation of e-government
During the international conference in the Altai territory titled “Information technologies in management: predictable risks and results” were discussed the use of information technologies in different areas of life: education, government services, health care and information security issues.
12 august 2014
Mikhail Nizov

Mikhail Nizov Department for Sectors of Economy

Use of the geographically advantageous position of Russia should promote the expansion of transport services export
During the roundtable, that was held at the Analytical Center, experts discussed the compliance of infrastructure and technologies with contemporary international requirements, providing high speed and low cost for a safe delivery of cargos and passengers through the international transport corridors.
12 august 2014 RIA AMI
Gleb Pokatovich

Gleb Pokatovich Deputy Head

Russia’s expenditures on pharmaceutical products ranked first among the CIS-countries
The countries of the Eurasian Economic Union are planning to create common markets for goods and services. One of the first will be the market of pharmaceutical products, that should become operational in 1 January, 2016.
7 august 2014 RBC
Anton Melnichuk

Anton Melnichuk Directorate for WTO Policies

Counter measures taken by Russia are justified
Head of Directorate for WTO Policies Anton Melnichuk commented on the compliance of counter measures taken by Russia to the WTO rules.
5 august 2014
Yuri Ammosov

Yuri Ammosov Adviser to Head of the Analytical Center

What does the second industrialization mean: manufacturing will return back to Europe and North America
Adviser to the Director General of the Analytical Center Yuri Ammosov believes that manufacturing will return back to its homeland - Europe and North America, at a one step distance from the final consumer. But manufacturing will leave Asia– de-industrialization will take its place.
30 july 2014 Fishnews
Aleksey Grigoriev

Aleksey Grigoriev Department for Expert Analytics

Awareness regarding the need to combine plans for the development of river basins, coastal territories and offshore zones is growing
During the roundtable, which was held at the Analytical Center, approaches to integrated marine environmental management were discussed.
24 july 2014 Voice of Russia
Vladislav Onischenko

Vladislav Onischenko First Deputy Head

Disruption of trade relations with Russia will reduce Ukraine exports and imports by a third
The economic crisis in Ukraine is getting deeper. How will this affect the Russian economy? What does it mean for Ukraine to break trade relations with Russia? On these and other questions answered the First Deputy Director General of the Analytical Center Vladislav Onischenko in an interview given to the “Voice of Russia”.
18 july 2014 Russia 24
Alexander Kurdin

Alexander Kurdin Department for Fuel and Energy Sector

Investments in expensive and complex projects are needed in the gas sector
Recently, the public raised questions about how tax reform will manifest itself in action, how will the so-called new gas tax on mineral resource extraction (MRET) affect the companies and the country's budget?