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  • 6 march 2018
    Education and science are increasingly making use of open data
    There is growing interest in the system of education and science in Russia and abroad, which is easy to explain," said the Analytical Center expert Inna Karakchieva, speaking on the topic of "Education" within the agenda of International Open Data Day.
  • 6 march 2018
    Export of oil products from Russia is declining
    "The year 2017 saw growth in the effectiveness of domestic oil refining – the depth of refining grew from 79% to 80-82% in 2016. This was achieved due to a 10% reduction in the production of fuel oil as compared with the 2016 figure," reported the Analytical Center expert Svyatoslav Pikh, speaking at the fourth conference on oil refining and the petrochemical industry "Downstream Russia 2018".
  • 6 march 2018
    2017 Saw Brazil's Economy Begin to Grow
    In 2003-2011 Brazil implemented a number of sweeping economic reforms. These included measures to reduce inflation, boost exports, stabilize the pace of economic growth and significantly boost personal consumption, Analytical Center experts note in their new bulletin on the current trends in the global economy titled Brazil: Pulling out of a Socio-Economic Crisis.
  • 5 march 2018
    Russia in the trend of global technological changes
    The fast pace of change in technology and the big ambitions of global players in the telecommunications and digital markets are clear indicators that building a digital economy in Russia is going to be quite a challenge. That was the opinion shared with TASS by the first deputy head of the government administration and head of the government sub-commission for digital economy Maxim Akimov after visiting the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona.
  • 1 march 2018
    2018 will See the Project Olympus Celebrate its Five-Year Anniversary
    The Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation announces the fifth Project Olympus contest this year.
  • 1 march 2018
    Experts Discuss Ways to Finance the Heating System Using Extrabudgetary Funding
    "At the moment a lot of people are discussing what resources the central heating supply system needs but nobody talks about the tools and mechanisms that are already available. However, we do have an extensive set of tools for raising non-budgetary funds, unfortunately very few of those tools are being used at the moment," said Vitaly Kovalchuk, the Assistant of the Department of Industry and Infrastructure of the Executive Office of the Government of the Russian Federation, speaking at a roundtable on Financing Efforts to Improve the Efficiency of Heating Supply from Producers to Consumers that was held at the Analytical Center.
  • 1 march 2018
    Supporting the Automotive Industry in the Future must be Tied to the Production of Innovative Products
    "In 2017, budgetary funds in the amount of RUB 154 billion were allocated for supporting the automotive industry. The share of the automotive industry in the total budgetary expenditures for supporting the national economy is constantly rising, having already reached almost 7%," said Analytical Center expert Grigory Mikrukov speaking at the Automotive Business Forum FORAVTO-2018.
  • 28 february 2018
    Ulyanovsk Region Has Entered a New Stage of Investment Policy Development
    "I want to emphasize the leadership position occupied by the Ulyanovsk Region in the last decade," said Mikhail Pryadilnikov, Deputy Head of the Analytical Center, speaking at the Second Economic Forum in the Ulyanovsk Region.
  • 27 february 2018
    Russian startups want to be part of the digital economy
    Representatives of startups and private venture capital funds have asked to be included in the work on the implementation of the Digital Economy of the Russian Federation program. That was the topic of the meeting with the First Deputy Head of the Administration of the Russian Government Maxim Akimov, which took place in Skolkovo last week.
  • 27 february 2018
    The energy transition is the central issue of the energy sector of the future
    "At the moment, the share of electric vehicles in the total road transport is infinitesimally small," said the chief advisor to the head of the Analytical Center Leonid Grigoriev, speaking at the 8th Symposium on the development prospects of the energy sector. "It should also be noted that the production of batteries for electric cars results in significant CO2 emissions and damage to the environment. This means that is still a lot of uncertainty about the future of more environmentally friendly transport solutions over the next 5-10 years as there is stiff competition from more efficient internal combustion and other types of engines as well as other solutions for saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions."