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Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation

Important steps taken in the field of public data regulation

Important steps taken in the field of public data regulation

“The National Data Management System (NDMS) is not just an information system but an entire complex comprising four areas, such as data processing methodology, legal regulation, organizational mechanisms, and software/hardware,” head of the Analytical Center’s Department for Methodological Support of Data Processing Alexander Malakhov said at the 9th Russian conference, “Public Governance Digitalization.”
Kurdin: Much too early to speak about dramatic decline in global economy

Kurdin: Much too early to speak about dramatic decline in global economy

What implications may the coronavirus outbreak have for the energy market? What’s in store for the global economy this year? How may they affect Russia? Alexander Kurdin, research supervisor from the Analytical Center’s Department for the Fuel and Energy Sector and Utilities, answered the questions at the Rossiya Segodnya news agency’s press center.
Experts discuss security regulations for hydro-technical facilities

Experts discuss security regulations for hydro-technical facilities

A new structure of security regulations for hydro-technical facilities prepared by Rostekhnadzor has been discussed by experts at the Analytical Center.
Gap narrows between public perception of inflation and official statistics

Gap narrows between public perception of inflation and official statistics

The Analytical Center has released a new bulletin on current economic trends in Russia. The authors described as key disinflation factors of 2019 the declining demand for Russian export commodities amid the global economic slowdown, inflation curbing measures in the countries that are Russia's trade partners, and low consumer demand.
Russia might gain from higher marine transportation cost

Russia might gain from higher marine transportation cost

Russia might be one of the countries to potentially benefit from higher marine transportation cost resulting from the lower norm of sulfur content in marine fuel, according to Analytical Center experts. Their new bulletin on global economic trends analyzes factors essential for the economic development of Australia and global energy markets.