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  • 18 may 2018
    Lack of Natural Gas Filling Stations is Holding Back the Adoption of Gas Fuel
    "It's been announced that expanding the use of gas fuel in motor vehicles is one of the top priorities of the state policy," said Analytical Center expert Alexander Amiragyan, speaking at the International Conference "Natural Gas Vehicle Fuel: 2018 Infrastructure."
  • 18 may 2018
    It is Important to Use Positive Experience of Promoting Voluntary Migration
    In 2005-2017, except for the crisis years of 2008-2009, there was a general trend towards increased indicators of migration of the population within Russia: the number of people arriving to new places and people leaving their current residences and the balance of migration population increase in the period were all positive, Analytical Center experts write in their new social bulletin.
  • 16 may 2018
    New Fuel and Energy Sector Regulations in Russia and the World in Jan-Mar 2018
    The implementation of the law on alternative boiler rooms, the practical aspects of the use of the tax on the additional revenue from the exaction of hydrocarbons, improvements in the procedure for connecting consumers to natural gas distribution networks, the creation of testing grounds to promote the extraction of hard-to-get-to deposits - these are some of the issues covered in the new review of regulations in the fuel and energy sector in Russia and around the world for Q1 2018.
  • 15 may 2018
    2017 Saw Stagnation in Most Service Categories Even As Retail Sales were Growing
    In 2015–2016 paid services offered to the public in Russia did not see the same kind of sharp decline in demand as in consumer goods. In 2016 and 2017 sales of services increased by 0.7% and 0.2% year-on-year respectively and in early 2018 there is a growth rate comparable with that seen in retail, Analytical Center experts write in their new bulletin on the current trends in the Russian economy.
  • 10 may 2018
    Two-Thirds of Sub-Saharan Africa Population Have No Access to Electricity
    Sub-Saharan Africa consists of 48 countries whose economic development remains one of the most urgent problems in the world. Half of the region GDP is accounted only for two countries: Nigeria and the Republic of South Africa. The efforts of the African countries and external help have produced certain results but the average gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) remains at the level of Int'l$ 3.5 thousand, experts note in a new bulletin on the current trends in the world economy.
  • 7 may 2018
    The risks of digitization should not only be taken into account but also minimized
    "The existing regulations are lagging behind the changes wrought in education by the digital revolution, increasing use of artificial intelligence, robotics and smart systems," said Analytical Center expert Inna Karakchieva speaking at the 8th International Conference on Legal Regulation in the Digital World that looked at the theory and practice of law as it applies to information systems.
  • 7 may 2018
    Accurate Statistics is Required for the Labour Market Assessment
    "An important aspect for the modern labour market is non-standard employment (outsourcing, freelance, flexible schedule, etc.) which gets widespread due to development of digital platforms connecting an employer and an employee", Sophya Myakisheva, an expert of the Analytical Center said during the round table "Labour Market and Digital Future. How to Prepare for the Inevitable?".
  • 4 may 2018
    Demand for coal continues to rise around the world
    Analytical Center experts have released a new energy bulleting titled Prospects of Co-Generation, in which they look at the development of co-generation and coal production in Eastern Russia and the prospects of exports to Asia-Pacific.
  • 28 april 2018
    An Academic Mobility Project is Being Prepared for Higher Education
    "The academic mobility project is a comprehensive systemic plan," said Analytical Center expert Inna Karakchieva, speaking at a round table on the key aspects of cooperation between universities, business and government to help students take advantage of the academic mobility mechanism.

  • 28 april 2018
    Business Uses New Tools for Purchases
    "Unlike the public sector, corporations are using a greater variety of tools in their purchasing operations that allow them to improve the awareness of what's going on among all the participants, boost the efficiency of the purchasing function, reduce purchasing time, while keeping all the processes transparent and creating opportunities for the expansion of competition," said Analytical Center expert Pavel Tikhomirov, speaking at the 14th Russian National Exhibition Forum for Fair Purchases in State Procurement.