Bric-countries: growth of economic potential by 2050

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THE TRADE REPRESENTATION OF THE RUSSIAN
FEDERATION IN THE NETHERLANDS
“Russia’s knowledge potential and international
integration”
Dr. Nataliya Yacheistova,
Head of the Trade Representation
Veluwelaan 22
1079RA Amsterdam
Phone: (020) 644 74 77
Fax: (020) 644 66 43
E-mail: [email protected]
Web-site: www.rustrade.nl
Bric-countries: growth of economic potential by 2050
(Source: Goldman Sachs)
China
USA
India
Japan
Brazil
Economic power in
terms of GDP (USD
trl.)
Russia
UK
Germany
France
Italy
0
10
20
30
40
50
Growth of Russian economy: key figures in 2003
(as compared to 2003)
GDP and industry production + 6,5%
Investments in capital assets + 11%
real disposable incomes of population +9%
Inflation rate 10%
In 2006 the GDP growth is expected to
amount 5-6%
Reforms carried out by the Russian Government
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Administrative Reform
Reduction of Administrative Barriers
Reforming of the Socio-Economic Sphere
Reforming of the Inter-Budgetary Relations
Tax Reform
Customs Reform
Legislation on Foreign Currency Exchange Control
and Foreign Exchange Regulation
Development of Real Estate Market and Mortgage
Lending
The main goals of Russian innovative policy
• creation of the sector of “knowledge generation”
• effective functioning of national innovative
system
• wide use of informational technologies
Spending on R&D activities
(USD mln.)
Place
Country
Expenditures
1
USA
158 452
2
Japan
109825
3
Germany
49103
4
France
31102
5
UK
22454
6
Italy
16916
7
Canada
8517
8
Sweden
7415
9
Netherlands
5554
10
Switzerland
5070
Developments Offered by the Siberian Branch
of the Russian Academy of Sciences
(www.sbras.nsc.ru/consult/rus/developments/index.htm)
· Bioindustry and medicine
· Information and telecommunication technologies
· Industrial technologies
· Agriculture and nature use
· Environment protection
· Power engineering
Role of Russia-EU relations in innovation
area
The current stage of Russian-European relations also provides
good basis for cooperation in innovation area:
•
“The Protocol to the Russian-EU Agreement on Partnership and
Cooperation” and “Joint Declaration on Enlargement of EU and
Russia-European Relations” signed in Luxemburg on 27 April 2004
• Two Russia-EU summits took place in 2004 – in Moscow and in Den
Haag, during which the issues of creation of Common European
Economic Space (CEES) were discussed.
• One of the forth part of CEES is Common Space in Science and
Education – the negotiations in this field are completed, and the
document demonstrates keen bilateral interest in cooperation in this
field.
The structure of Russian exports to the EU
(Source: State Customs Committee of Russia)
Other products
7,2%
Machinery 3,5%
Metals 13,8%
Timber and
cellulose 3,6%
Fuels 67,3%
Chemical
products 4,8%
Fuels
Metals
Chemical products
Machinery
Timber and cellulose
Other products
THE TRADE REPRESENTATION OF THE RUSSIAN
FEDERATION IN THE NETHERLANDS
HANDELSVERTEGENWOORDIGING VAN DE
RUSSICHE FEDERATIE IN NEDERLAND
Veluwelaan 22
1079RA Amsterdam
Phone: (020) 644 74 77
Fax: (020) 644 66 43
E-mail: [email protected]
Web-site: www.rustrade.nl