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  • 18 july 2019
    Financing Remains Crucial for Projects under the Integrated Main Infrastructure Plan
    "A project claiming to be included to the Integrated Main Infrastructure Plan and to receive financing should primarily meet the basic requirements," Vladislav Onishchenko, Head of the Analytical Center reminded speaking at the conference "Priority Transport Infrastructure Development Projects". "The methodology has been published and all stakeholders may read it up."
  • 17 july 2019
    Expert: Digitization to reduce the cost of transit
    At the 2nd Russo-Indian strategic economic dialog session held the other day in New Deli, Aleksey Safronov, an expert with the Department of Economics and Transport Development of the Analytical Center, talked about how digital technologies are affecting the cost of transit.
  • 17 july 2019
    The Analytical Center discussed the interim results of implementation of national projects in the regions
    "In the pilot regions of Russia – Moscow, Moscow region, Kaluga region and Tatarstan – the number of registered self-employed people reached 123 thousand for six months. Moscow became the leader," said Maxim Oreshkin, Minister of Economic Development of Russia, at a meeting with the regions, held in the Analytical Center.
  • 17 july 2019
    Publication of the Fuel and Energy Sector of Russia 2018 Statistical Review
    Record production and exports of coal, rising output of petrochemical products, large confirmed oil deposits, leadership in supplies of natural gas: these are some of the facts, trends and statistics that got included in the Fuel and Energy Sector of Russia review that is published annually by experts of the Analytical Center.
  • 17 july 2019
    Experts discuss draft legislation on the foundations of state regulation of prices and rates
    Experts of the Energy and Natural monopolies sub-group of the Interdepartmental Work Group for the liquidation of systemic problems holding back business development in the non-raw materials sector of the economy have discussed draft legislation on the foundation of state regulation of prices (rates).
  • 16 july 2019
    Development of analytical services can help Russian exporters
    "The presidential decree has set for us very ambitious goals to achieve 250 billion dollars a year in non-raw-material non-energy exports and 100 billion dollars a year in services exports by 2024. One of the tools to promote export development is to provide analytical support to Russian exporters," said Ksenia Bannikova, Head of the Department for Foreign Economic Activity of the Analytical Center, opening the round table "Analytics for exporters: company needs, market opportunities and government support."
  • 15 july 2019
    Analytical Center Submitted Recommendations on Changes in Waste Management System
    Analytical Center hosted a meeting of the thematic subgroup devoted to environmental problems, which opened up a new stage of work of the Interdepartmental Working Group for the development of roadmap on the non-resource sector advancement.
  • 12 july 2019
    The Year 2019 Will Become Crucial for the Development of Russian Climatic Policy
    "Climatic policy is one of the most important issues of the global agenda in the context of ratification of the Paris Climate Change Agreement not only for Russia but also for the entire world," said Alexander Kurdin, Head of Research at the Department for the Fuel and Energy Sector and Housing and Public Utilities of the Analytical Center, as he opened the round table "Russian Fuel and Energy Sector and Climatic Policy: Overview of Main Challenges and Possible Solutions".
  • 10 july 2019
    Hydrogen Economics: New Hopes for Success
    Hydrogen economics, renewable energy sources, aviation fuel and its impact on the cost of flights: those are the topics of the June energy bulletin of the Analytical Center.
  • 8 july 2019
    Experts Predict Economic Slowdown in Sweden and Acceleration in Norway and Denmark
    Experts of the Analytical Center state in the June Bulletin on the global economic trends that the Scandinavian economic system has been one of the most stable and successful in the world for years. It is based on the welfare state concept, which provides for the key role of the state in economic regulation and ensuring the social well-being of residents.