Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
Methane emissions (which account for 45% of global oil-and-gas industry emissions) are a natural focus of climate policy in the developed oil producing countries, Analytical Center experts said in their new energy bulletin. The IAE and national agencies have different assessments of such emissions in Russia.
The Covid-19 monitoring in Russia has set an example of operational management decisions based on quality data, said participants in the roundtable, “Covid-19 Monitoring Practices in the Public Sector and Business: Data Management Approaches, Applied Technologies, and Analytical Services,” hosted by the Analytical Center.
Quarantine restrictions on many types of consumer services and non-food retail trade imposed in late March have drastically changed the economic situation and the social standing of Russian residents. Read about the situation analysis in the new bulletin on current economic trends in Russia, “Consumer Demand: Regional Differences.”
The Analytical Center has prepared a new bulletin on current global economic trends. The experts analyzed the condition of the Turkish tourism industry amid the crisis. In their opinion, the industry had a substantial negative impact on the dynamics of the country’s gross added value in the second quarter of 2020.
“The Business Reputation Ranking is a new efficient procurement tool, which should certainly be used, but so that it would not conflict with the Register of Unfair Suppliers,” Pavel Tikhomirov, Head of the Analytical Center’s Corporate Reforms and Procurement Department, said at the videoconference “Registers of Unfair Suppliers and Business Reputation Ranking: Application Practice and Development Prospects Within the Context of 44-FZ and 223-FZ” organized by the AC.