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Russia: Putin urges regional support for small and medium businesses
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about the importance of creating a favourable environment for small and middle sized businesses in Russia, during a State Council meeting in Moscow, Tuesday. SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (in Russian): "Dear colleagues, I will focus on a couple of things that I think are the most important and are of the highest priority. It is crucial for society to adopt the values of entrepreneurship, an understanding of the special role of entrepreneurial labour as one of the most important resources of the country and its long-term economic growth." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (in Russian): "I will tell you now probably the most important and the most simple thing: creating a favourable environment in each region and each municipality in Russia is a key condition for the development of small and medium-sized businesses. If we won't have it, then benefits, preferences, or grants would not help. We need to create a favourable environment for business." ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ To use this footage please contact the Ruptly Client Desk: [email protected] Video ID: 20150407-026 ---------------------------------- Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly VK: https://vk.com/ruptlytv Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Russia: Putin urges robust support for small and medium businesses
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin called for the government and heads of various regions to maintain strong support for small- and medium-sized businesses in Russia, during a meeting concerning the labour market in Novo-Ogaryovo, Thursday. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ To use this footage please contact the Ruptly Client Desk: [email protected] Video ID: 20150402-051 ---------------------------------- Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly VK: https://vk.com/ruptlytv Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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SMALL & MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES should be given a GREATER ROLE in RUSSIAN ECONOMY -Putin
 
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SMALL & MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES should be given a GREATER ROLE in RUSSIAN ECONOMY -Vladimir Putin Moscow region, Russia November 15, 2012 -Video from RIA Novosti (Видео с Российское агентство международных новостей) Small and medium-sized businesses should be given a greater role in the Russian economy, President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. The president spoke at a meeting of the Opora Rossii public organization which represents small and medium-sized businesses. Putin pointed out that the current share of such businesses in Russia's GDP is under 22 percent, lower than in the US, China and many other countries. "A very good dialogue has taken shape recently between the government and the business community, also through entrepreneurial associations, including yours. I would like to note that the number of our small and middle-size enterprises is growing, but their level is far beyond the proper one... We must obviously move in that direction", said Putin. 1. Vladimir Putin, President of Russian Federation (speaking Russian): A very good dialogue has taken shape recently between the government and the business community, also through entrepreneurial associations, including yours. I would like to note that the number of our small and middle-size enterprises is growing, but their level is far beyond the proper one. I mean in countries with developed market economies the share of small and middle-size enterprises and their contribution to their countries' GDPs is bigger than ours. We have 21-22 %, whereas the USA has 50 %, and in some countries it's even more. In China it's over 60 %, and in Indonesia it's even more. Quite a number of countries with developed and developing market economies this indicator is higher than in our country. So, we must obviously move in that direction. 00:00 -- 01:07 Let me begin with calculating the social transfer rates for the self-employed citizens. I won't hide it from you but we discussed this at a governmental meeting yesterday. I have to say, as a whole all agree with you. The only thing is that it will be hard to change anything next year since all has been built in the budget --I am not sure if we can change anything next year. But in the years to come a decision on reducing the social transfers should be taken. 01:07 -- 01:40 2. Various of meeting. 01:40 -- 02:36 .´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸ CLICK HERE to view all the Videos/photos we've uploaded: http://www.youtube.com/user/WestEndNews/videos .´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸.´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸
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Marketing for small business in Russia
 
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For small business it is very important to get real marketing information. And its better to seek and check up this information yourself but not entrust marketing reserch to large marketing company.
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Russia: German business reps take 'clear negative stance' on anti-Russia sanctions
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with German business representatives and politicians about strengthening economic ties between the two countries at a meeting in Sochi on Thursday. Putin said that "the cooperation of our countries should not be limited to only major projects", adding that Russia will "remove excessive administrative barriers, invest resources in the development of infrastructure and, of course, training." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "Turnover in 2016 amounted to 40.7 billion dollars, and the amount of direct accumulated investment in the Russian economy by German companies reached 18 billion dollars. In the current year, the growth of bilateral trade reached 25 percent at one point, investments in the first quarter of this year alone were 312 million [dollars] comparing to 225 million [dollars] last year." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "We are ready to create all necessary conditions for foreign businessmen to make them feel at home in the Russian market. In close contact with the business community, we will continue to improve the legislative base, the law enforcement practice. We will remove excessive administrative barriers, invest resources in the infrastructure development and, of course, training. I think you will agree that the cooperation of our countries should not be limited to only major projects. An important driver for the development of the modern economy is small and medium business. In the Federal Republic of Germany, small business accounts for more than half of the country's GDP. We have much less of it, unfortunately. But we make it our task to bring the level of small and medium-sized businesses in Russia to 40 percent by 2030. SOT, Wolfgang Buchele, Chairman of the Eastern Committee of the German Economy (German): "Opinion polls show the same: the vast majority of Germans have no doubt that what we need is friendly relations with Russia and that we need to do everything in order to overcome, or to be exact, avoid stagnation in our relations. We, as the Eastern Committee of German Economy, are convinced that this aspiration will guide the new Federal Government." SOT, Wolfgang Buchele, Chairman of the Eastern Committee of the German Economy (German): "And the second topic that has concerned us for weeks is the possible new US embassy sanctions against Russia. The reasons for these sanctions are clear to see. They can be found in the interests of the US domestic policy. We support the clear negative stance of the European Union and the Federal Government of Germany on this question. In an explanatory policy statement we have pointed out the dangers of a possible extraterritorial implementation of the US sanctions for the German economy and stand in relation to an active exchange with the federal government. Unfortunately, these sanction plans contribute to a further uncertainty for European businesses." Video ID: 20171012 041 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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LIVE: Putin attends State Council meeting on business development in Russia
 
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The State Council of the Russian Federation convenes in Moscow on April 7 to discuss development opportunities for small and middle sized businesses in Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to attend the meeting. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ To use this footage please contact the Ruptly Client Desk: [email protected] ---------------------------------- Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly VK: https://vk.com/ruptlytv Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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What will happen with the small and medium business in Moscow?
 
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How is small and medium-sized business getting on in Moscow? What are its nearest prospects? As well as how the law on the extension of the period of simplified buy-out of leased property signed by Vladimir Putin will affect the life of businesses. All these issues were discussed by the Moscow City Government at a meeting with journalists.
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Russian small businesses seek state help
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Russian entrepreneurs are calling on the government to provide more assistance to small and medium sized businesses. The Kremlin has been accused of favouring big ticket industries like oil and gas at the expense of small start-ups, which are now struggling to survive. Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Moscow. Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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Business in Russia
 
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ITC supports 100 small and medium-sized companies to attend CIIE
 
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In the lead up to next month's first China International Import Expo, CCTV talked to Arancha Gonzalez, the executive director of the International Trade Center (ITC), a joint agency of the WTO and UN. She said her organization is supporting over 100 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises around the world, especially those from least developed and developing countries, to attend the event in Shanghai. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Website: https://www.cgtn.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Doing Business 2014: Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Size Enterprises
 
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This year's World Bank Group report, Doing Business 2014: Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Size Enterprises marks the 11th edition of the global Doing Business report series. In the past year alone, 238 business regulatory reforms were implemented in 114 economies, 18 percent more reforms than in the previous year. The reforms have yielded major benefits for local entrepreneurs across the globe.
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Educational Projects for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
 
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Panel Session 1.3: Educational Projects for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Moderator: Andrei Sharov, Vice President, Head, Small Business Development Department, Sberbank There is a shortage of both qualified and unqualified staff in many business sectors, including SMEs. This calls for a development of methods used to train and retrain staff, and for close cooperation between educational institutions and business, and for a breakthrough in entrepreneurial potential. Today only 4.7% of Russians of working age are starting a business of their own (data from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor for Russia 2014). Key issues: • creating a positive image of entrepreneurs, business education • cooperation with higher professional educational institutions and vocational secondary schools • increasing qualification levels among employees • staff training programmes Speakers: • Elena Bocherova, Vice-President, Head of the Executive Committee, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia) • Alexey Grigoriev, Chief Representative, METRO AG (Germany) • Mikhail Fedorenko, General Director, Delovaya Sreda (Business Environment) • Svetlana Kuznetsova, Advisor To the General Director, Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses • Maxim Parshin, Director, Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation • Eugenia Shokhina, President, RSPP Centre for Regional Development and Business Technologies (RSPP Business School) • Vyacheslav Shoptenko, Director, Institute of Organizational Development and Strategic Initiatives, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) Invited experts: • Maxim Chereshnev, Chairman of the Board, Russian Trade and Economic Development Council • Sergey Fedorinov, CEO, Ulmart • Dmitry Yagodkin, General Director, DEMETRA-NOVA
Nikolay Nikolaev, VP, Russian Public Organization of Small and Medium Enterprises "OPORA ROSSII"
 
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Nikolay Nikolaev discusses the role of the state in small and medium sized business, entrepreneurs, and the support programs in place that supports them.
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China: Hundreds of Russian companies display wares at Chinese trade fair
 
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Hundreds of Russian companies participated in the annual China International SME Fair (CISMEF) which kicked off on Monday in Guangzhou. Nearly 3000 exhibitors participate in the three day event which is expected to welcome around 200,000 visitors. Small and medium sized Russian enterprises, including many food companies, were among those exhibiting their wares and meeting exhibitors from other participating countries. One of the Russian delegates said that Russia and China had a long history of cooperation “starting from the Soviet Union” and that trading relations between the two today held “high potential.” Video ID: 20161010 059 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Viatcheslav Pivovarov. Russian capital flows establishing the right incentives
 
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Corporate finance for Russian firms is relatively expensive, stymieing investment in productivity and expansion in young, small, and medium-sized businesses. At the same time, the country experiences large capital outflows. What policy prescriptions and changes to the investment environment can reverse capital flows back into Russia, while providing domestic firms with much-needed growth capital? Steve Sedgwick, Anchor, CNBC Elvira Nabiullina, Governor, Central Bank of the Russian Federation Viatcheslav Pivovarov, Chief Executive Officer, Altera Capital
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A Small Business with Big Opportunities
 
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Plenary session: Small Businesses in High Demand
 
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Plenary session: Small Businesses in High Demand Moderator: Slava Khodko, Chairman, North-West Development and Investment Promotion Agency; Member of the Investment Council under the Chairman of the State Duma of Russia The agenda for the plenary session will be based on the key issues which small and medium-sized businesses face today. They will be derived from the themes discussed during the preceding sessions: broadening opportunities for the sale of SME products, improving the competitiveness of SME-produced goods, investment in SMEs, and improving state regulation with regard to small and medium-sized businesses. Solving these issues will assist in achieving the aims set out in the SME Development Strategy in the Russian Federation to 2030, which will also be presented and discussed during the session. Key issues: • the SME Development Strategy in the Russian Federation to 2030 • opportunities for the sale of SME products • improving competitiveness • creating growth markets • investment in SMEs Speakers: • Anatoly Aksakov, Chair of the State Duma Committee on Economic Policy, Innovative Development, and Entrepreneurship • Konstantin Basmanov, Chairman of the Management Board, Vozrozhdenie Bank; presidium member, OPORA Russia • Alexander Braverman, CEO, Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses • Elena Dybova, Vice President, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation • Oleg Fomichev, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation • Alexander Kalinin, President, OPORA Russia • Sergey Movchan, Vice Governor of St. Petersburg • Anatoly Popov, Senior Vice-President, Curator of the Corporate Business, Sberbank • Alexey Repik, President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia) • Boris Titov, Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights • Dmitry Tulin, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Russia Invited experts: • Nikolai Belozerov, General Director, BEN • Alexander Fedotov, General Director, KONSTANTA • Anton Mamayev, General Director, Piter Trust Investment Company
DELIVERING GROWTH CAPITAL TO RUSSIA'S ENTREPRENEURS
 
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Russian regions provide some of the most attractive returns on investment in the country. Yet small and medium-sized businesses in the regions lack the financing to reach their full potential. How can regional banks, particularly those located outside Moscow and St. Petersburg, support entrepreneurship in Russia? Moderator Simon Nixon, Chief European Commentator, The Wall Street Journal Panellists Sergei Borisov, Vice President for Small Businesses Development, Sberbank Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Mark Haefele, Global Head of Investment, Chief Investment Office of Wealth Management, UBS Vladimir Miklushevsky, Governor of the Primorsky Krai Andrei Sharonov, Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy, Moscow Pekka Viljakainen, Chairman, AII Capital
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Working with Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
 
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Panel Session 1.1: Working with Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Moderator: Dmitry Sazonov, Chair, Commission on the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses, Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation Providing SMEs with access to state and municipal purchasing requirements and to the supply chain for major companies is of vital importance in ensuring sales opportunities for the output from SMEs. The issue which must be addressed is the integration of SMEs into the economy so that they can become part of a larger industrial chain. Such a mechanism would provide the necessary support. Questions relating to the regulation of this process, and of raising and maintaining the quality of products and services from SMEs must also be resolved. Key issues: • ensuring access to purchasing • integration of SMEs into the industrial chain • purchasing requirements of large-scale businesses, plans for purchasing products and services from SMEs • state protectionist measures Speakers: • Iliia Dimitrov, Executive Director, Association of Electronic Trading Platforms • Nikolai Dunayev, Member of the Presidium, OPORA Russia; Director General, Energoservice • Natalia Korotchenkova, Deputy Director General, Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses • Аnatoliy Meshheryakov, State Secretary, Vice President, Russian Railways • Andrey Shpilenko, Director, Association of Clusters and Technoparks • Mikhail Sirotkin, Vice President, OPORA Russia; Director General, RTS-Tender • Victor Stepanov, State Secretary, Deputy Head, Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service • Andrei Tsarikovsky, Director of the Purchasing Department, Rosseti • Yuriy Zafesov, Invited experts: • Konstantin Guselnikov, General Director, Fininvestconsulting • Alexander Karelin, Factoring Managing Director, Promsvyazbank • Alexander Mulyakaev, General Director, Glass Design
Financial Instruments for Supporting Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
 
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Panel Session 2.2: Financial Instruments for Supporting Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Moderator: Pavel Samiev, Managing Partner, National Agency for Financial Studies Lending to SMEs is still one of the more risky types of lending, since small businesses are more susceptible to changes in the market and in demand for their products. Limited access to finance is, according to entrepreneurs, the main difficulty they face. This is also true of the extremely high interest rates on borrowing, the complexity in obtaining long-term loans and the impossibility of obtaining credit for development with deferred repayments. A range of questions must be resolved relating to the improvement of access to finance and to providing small businesses with information about state support measures, including developing an interactive information service about state financial support, offering educational events to improve the financial literacy of entrepreneurs and developing an investment elevator. Key issues: • development of a loans system for small and medium-sized businesses and access to funding • investment and venture finance • financial and loans support • the role of commercial banks Speakers: • Natalia Karaseva, First Deputy CEO, Uniastrum Bank • Mikhail Kopeikin, First Deputy Chief of Staff of the State Duma • Maxim Lyubomudrov, Deputy Director General, Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses • Mikhail Mamuta, Head, Service for the Protection of Financial Services Consumers and Minority Shareholders, Bank of Russia • Mikhail Oseevskiy, Deputy President, Chairman of the Management Board, VTB Bank • Andrei Sharov, Vice President, Head, Small Business Development Department, Sberbank • Kirill Tikhonov, Vice-President, Director of the Department for Development of Small and Medium Enterprises, Promsvyazbank • Garegin Tosunyan, President, Association of Russian Banks (ARB) Invited experts: • Alexander Lyuboserdov, General Director ALIR • CEO, Brio Finance, Vladislav Mishin • Anna Nesterova, General Director, IC Center Capital; Member of the Board, Chairman of Expert Council Stock Market Committee, All-Russia Public Organization “Business Russia” • Pavel Ponetaykin, General Director, TRANSET
Industry-Specific Aspects of Development for SMEs. Key Trends: Production and Export Potential
 
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Panel Session 2.3: Industry-Specific Aspects of Development for SMEs. Key Trends: Production and Export Potential Moderator: Nikolai Dunayev, Member of the Presidium, OPORA Russia; Director General, Energoservice Small and medium-sized businesses can be a significant force not only in the service sector, but also in manufacturing, especially with regard to innovation. It is clear that the impetus to develop in this direction has come from the trend towards import substitution. There is no need, however, to settle for the domestic market alone. Once replacements for foreign products have been created, they must be introduced to foreign markets, improving the Russian economy’s competitive edge. The main factor in this process is state support for Russian companies working in the export sector. Today, they face a long list of systemic problems, including the difficulty of establishing partnerships abroad; insufficient information about the criteria products must meet in order to be sold on foreign markets; lack of a qualified workforce; limited access to bank financing; challenges in navigating customs procedures, etc. Other issues that must be addressed include currency control, assistance with promotion, infrastructure support for the export sector (an ‘export elevator’ system), protection of intellectual property, and technology transfer. To meet these challenges, the Russian Export Center was created in 2015 to serve as a national body designed to integrate export support programmes. In Russia’s regions, the Center will rely on the infrastructure created by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation to support export-oriented small and medium-sized companies. Successful implementation of these support tools will require two-way communication with companies, conducted effectively via public business associations. Key issues: • creating demand for the output of SMEs • supporting innovation • import substitution as an impetus to develop manufacturing • developing Russian exports; support tools and mechanisms Speakers: • Nikita Bantsekin, Member of the Board, Head of PR and International Cooperation Directorate, Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses • Kirill Emelyanov, Deputy Director of the Department for Development of Small and Medium Enterprises and Competition, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation • Victor Ermakov, Special Representative of the Presidential Commission for Entrepreneurs’ Rights • Nonna Kagramanyan, Vice-president, Head of International Activity Directorate, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia) • Valentina Koryazina, Head of St.Petrsburg Authority, Federal Tax Service of Russia • Dmitry Pishchalnikov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Rosset Industrial Frame Meshes • Andrey Polyakov, Regional Development Director, Russian Export Center • Dmitry Satin, Deputy Head, Federal Tax Service of Russia • Maxim Tretyakov, General Director, Elkat Invited experts: • Eero Kotkasaari, CEO, Joutsen Oy; Co-Chair, SME Working Group, Russian-Finnish Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation • Vasily Osmakov, Director of Strategic Development Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation • Timo Parmasuo, Board Member, Meconet Oy; Chairman, SME Group, Group of Finnish Advisers to the Government of Saint Petersburg • Petr Rodionov, CEO, GEROPHARM
Iran Today - Small and medium-size enterprises in Iran
 
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Small-scale enterprises make up the major part of every advanced economy in the world, and Iran, likewise, has embarked on supporting them. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
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Tools for Growing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise in Latin America and the Caribbean
 
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Plenary session: Tools for Growing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise in Latin America and the Caribbean Moderator: Victor Ermakov, Special Representative of the Presidential Commission for Entrepreneurs’ Rights Cooperation between Russia and Latin American and Caribbean nations is growing confidently in the current economic climate. To strengthen this interaction, our countries must regularly share best practices and build direct relationships between our business communities. Key issues: • the place and role of small and medium-sized businesses in national economies • best practices in supporting small and medium-sized enterprise developed in Latin America and the Caribbean • the most promising trends in cooperation between Russia and Latin American and Caribbean nations Speakers: • Rafael Enrique Gonzalez Alemán, General Director, Under Secretary of Commerce and Investments, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina • Ricardo Bosnic, Subdirector of Development, PROChile • Siglien Burleson, Minister of Trade and Industry of Suriname • Jaime Eduardo Juarez Arias, Trade and Investment Counsellor, PROMÉXICO for Russia, Belarus & Armenia • Manuela Lima, Manager, Business Intelligence and Corporate Strategy Unit, APEX • Jessy Petit-Frère, Minister of Commerce and Industry of Haiti
Bulldozer Blitzkrieg: Moscow bulldozes hundreds of small shops
 
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Moscow authorities are sending bulldozers to flatten hundreds of small businesses. They say most of them are illegal and unsafe. Russian commentators have been quick to dub the crackdown as "The Night of the Long Shovels" - a pun on Hitler's notorious purge of the Nazi party in 1934 when dozens were shot. But it's the echoes from Russia's own history which are angering locals. They say they feel helpless in the face of authority. Anna Azidi, owner of one of the demolished shops: "Legally, they have no right to do anything to us. So they chose to do the illegal. And how are we to fight it? We do not know what to do. No one is going to compensate us, I am sure about that. In this country, it is all useless. They do not give a damn about courts, they do not observe the constitution. As simple as that, that's it." City authorities deny they are targeting small businesses and have vowed to continue with the demolitions. Sergei Zverev, Moscow City Council Member: "First of all the decision was made according to law. Secondly, we are creating, opening spaces in Moscow for Moscow residents. We are opening the entrances to the underground stations, squares for people to walk without obstruction, to relax.” For small shopkeepers, the sudden destruction of their livelihoods shows the danger of doing business in Russia. The bulldozer blitzkrieg against the mini-malls comes after a progressive tightening of rules that was already driving kiosks out of underpasses and off the streets. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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AEB. Digitizing Industry. Tadzio Schilling, Ernst & Young: Robotics process automation for SMB
 
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Tadzio Schilling, Associate Director, Business Development, Foreign Desk Organization (FDO), EY. Robotics Process Automation (RPA) for finance and HR. Benefits and key points, drawbacks and prospects for small & medium business in Russia. The conference ”Digitizing Industry: Chance for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in Russia” took place on Tuesday 26 September 2017, being organized by Association of European Business (AEB). At the event, we discussed digital transformation as the key to survival of SMEs under the reduction in demand and investment, integrated cloud business applications for supply chain and logistics management, and other digital solutions for SMEs.
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Why Russia? How Miristan helps you go international
 
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Prateek Kishore Kahnojia, Founder Director and Head,Strategy at Miristan Consulting & Services talks about the options that a small or medium business has when it wants to expand. Where does Russia come into the picture and how Miristan helps you cover the distance.
Russia Micro Economy and SME - Introduction
 
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Moscow, Russia (Micro-Economy and SME) The SME sector in Russia has steadily grown since 2005, both in terms of SME number and turnover. Nevertheless, the current share of SME in GDP is estimated at 20-25%, which is not only significantly lower than in developed countries, but incomparable to developing ones as well. This fact, as well as the SME regional and industrial structure, shows the underdevelopment of the sector. Industrial structure of Russian SME segment indicates the underdevelopment of certain industries: more than half (57%) of SME turnover falls within the trade sector. Manufacturing accounts for 11.5% of total turnover, construction – 11.0% and real estate – 9.7%. Together these four sectors amount to approximately 90% of SME turnover. The share of every other sector does not exceed 5%. Regional structure of Russian SME segment demonstrates uneven distribution of SME turnover: approximately 80% of SME turnover is located in the European part of Russia, with 48% of total SME turnover coming from the Central and North West Federal Districts. Additionally, SMEs located in Moscow and Saint Petersburg generate 18% and 7% of total turnover, respectively. One of the key constraints to SME development is low availability of financing, and the expensive borrowing cost that stood within the region of 9-17%. Key financial instruments available on the Russian SME market are: bank loans, leasing, factoring, microfinance, private equity. The most popular source of SME financing is bank loan (27%). Second and third by popularity are borrowings from relatives and friends (19%) and trade credit (17%). Leasing, factoring and others are not widely popular. Comparatively to other economic super power country such as US, China, India and soon Indonesia. Russia’s enterprises mostly run by big corporations and state link organizations’. The share of total SME financing by institutional investors and total number of SME organizations will increase in the future. The main driver of this is the political will of the state. SME business in Russia is one of top priorities for the Russian government. According to the most recent report Doing Business 2014, the Russian government measures implemented in 2012-2013 helped Russian Federation to move up 20 positions, one of the top-5 biggest improvements in 2013. The goal set by the government is to reach the top-20 by the year 2018. Despite steady growth of SME financing market recently, the comparison of SME financing market figures of Russia with Europe shows considerable potential for growth of banking and nonbanking financing to SMEs. The majority of SME financing markets in Russia are in the developing or emerging stage and there is potential for international financial institutions to make a considerable impact on the economy by enhancing financial services to the SME sector. *Economic Review. EU Paper. *Next phase will review on Liberalisation of Capital Market #cwcelite #faisalmalikcoach
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LIVE: Last day of St. Petersburg International Economic Forum
 
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The annual Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) enters its final day on Saturday June, 20. Talks on Russia’s pharmaceutical growth, the transcendence of entrepreneurship, the housing and utilities sector, industrial design and more are set to be held. The forum’s closing session will also be held and will see discussions on the participation of small and medium enterprises in purchases of infrastructure monopolies and companies with the state participation. The key topics of the forum are the potential of small businesses, the demand for products and services, infrastructure for business, financial resources for small and medium-sized businesses and investments in small business. Video ID: Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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The Business of Cyber Security
 
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You see hacks and data breaches on the news all the time. Target, Yahoo, eBay, and Sony are just some of the major companies where millions of records have been stolen. But those are just the ones that make the news because they affect so many people. Experts say the majority of hacks (75 percent of them) happen at small or medium sized companies. You just don't hear about them. Jim Ambrosini says the average American would be surprised to see the state of cyber security as it exists in most companies. And he would know. As the head of the cyber security practice at CohnReznick Advisory Group, he works with everyone from small doctors' offices to Fortune 500 companies. CohnReznick has its own innovation lab to help clients solve their cyber issues, such as identifying priorities and risks and helping companies fix their most pressing problems. Jim recently worked with a client who got hit with ransomware, so CohnReznick identified that as a high-risk item. Jim has been working in cyber security for decades but says businesses only started taking it seriously in the last few years. It all changed in 2013 with the breach at Target. He says Target was hacked through a vendor, which then got into the HVAC system. Until then, Jim says, no one would've thought about putting an HVAC system on a high-security report. Because it made the news and there were some other high-profile breaches shortly afterward, like Sony and Anthem, it created awareness in the industry. And the industry should be paying attention. Hacking costs consumers and companies as much as $575 billion each year, according to a McAfee study. This year, New York State is taking cyber security pretty seriously too, with new rules effective March 1, 2017, that force financial institutions to have cyber programs, policies, and risk assessment plans in place and to report breaches within 72 hours. But most businesses don't even know when hacks are happening. Jim says that during a recent assessment, CohnReznick found devices, called beacons, sending out information. In this case, a server was sending packets of data over to Korea. The company had no idea. And that is pretty common. Kim Peretti, a partner at law firm Alston & Bird in Washington, D.C., says that on average a company takes 5 months to discover an incident. That has decreased over time, but it's still a long time to go without knowing you have a breach. Kim has also been working in cyber for almost 20 years as an information security professional and a lawyer. She helps companies respond to hacking attacks and cyber security incidents. Kim says investigating cybercrime is a lot like investigating physical crime, with a crime scene that needs to be re-created and understood. In digital investigations, timing is everything. Kim says the digital evidence is fleeting. It can disappear quickly and be overwritten quickly, which makes it much more challenging, in some aspects than physical evidence. And that makes these cases tough to solve, especially because these crimes rarely originate in the United States. Kim says U.S.-based law enforcement investigations can include not just one country, but multiple countries, pursuing a criminal attack. That means trying to work with law enforcement in several countries, gather foreign evidence, identify foreign witnesses, and identify foreign targets. While you don't always hear about the investigations as much as the breaches, they do catch cyber criminals and even recover some of the money. When Kim was at the Department of Justice, investigators were able to recover a million dollars or more in some cases. But for some businesses, especially the smaller to mid-sized ones, it is often too late. Jim says he sees a huge dip in market share and valuation every time a company is hacked. For the small- and medium-sized companies, he says, that can put them out of business. He worked with a private equity company that had a very hard time raising money after it was hacked because of damage to its reputation. Just look at what happened with Yahoo. Last September the company reported that it was hacked in 2014 and said that 500 million users were affected. A few months later, Yahoo reported additional hacks that possibly affected a billion customers. At the time, Verizon was working out a deal to buy Yahoo and ended up offering $350 million less because of the damage the breach had caused. Yahoo survived and is still being acquired, but for smaller companies, a breach can be a death sentence. --ALISON MORRIS
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Lidings Infor Media Pharmaceutical Business in Russia -- 2014 Growth Factors
 
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Lidings, a recognized leader in providing legal support to pharmaceutical industry in Russia, traditionally partnered with Infor-media Russia to hold International Life Sciences conference "Pharmaceutical Business in Russia -- 2014: growth factors" that will take place in Moscow for the ninth time. The conference took place at the Swissôtel Moscow Krasnyye Kholmy on February 17th, 2014.
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Enterprise Europe Network: helping small businesses innovate and grow internationally
 
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The Enterprise Europe Network plays a vital role in helping ambitious small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) innovate and grow internationally. Every year its 3,000 experts set up 70,000 targeted business meetings, conduct more than 13,000 technology and business reviews and provide innovation support that helps SMEs take their ideas to commercial success. With a client satisfaction rate of 85% there is much to be proud of. Patrick Lambert, Director of the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises of the European Commission (EASME), explains how the Network works and the crucial role of the organisations the host it.
Russia's quest for foreign investors - target
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ In the early 1990s Russia was Eldorado or the 'Wild, Wild East' as far as foreign businesses and investors were concerned. But Jean-Noel Lemond moved there anyway, swapping Paris for Moscow in 1993 to manage the Jaques Dessange hairdressing chain's first Russian salon. And 20 years later he's still in Russia, still learning: "Everything is very complicated, everything is difficult, but you can do so much, everything goes really fast here." Worn down by life in Russia, he did move back to France, but last year returned to Moscow to open his own salon. He explained how he finds things in Russia: "As a foreigner, being an entrepreneur is mission impossible here, if you don't have, let's say, local help. Everyone says yes, Russia, there's the mafia. Well, no, there's no mafia; there's only well organised people. So the organisations are different, organisations are clear or they're less clear, but actually everything works here - in a kind of 'double market'." On the one hand there are risks and difficulties - bribery, corruption, poor rule of law, lack of modern infrastructure - but compensating there's the oil-fueled economic dynamism and major business opportunities. Oil and gas revenue reserves helped Russia survive the 2008-2009 crisis. But now times are hard again; Russian money is flooding out of the country and the government is warning of recession risks in the second half of this year. So how can Russia avoid that and keep the confidence of investors? Those were major topics at Moscow's annual Russia Forum investment conference, organised by the country's biggest bank Sberbank. Jean-Michel Six, Standard & Poor's chief economist for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said the energy effect is strong, but doesn't last: "When you have very high oil prices, that masks the structural weaknesses of the Russian economy, and it look like everything is going well. When oil prices fall, that's when it's revealed that not much progress has been made in diversifying Russia's economy." Maria Gordon, who leads the emerging markets equity portfolio management team at investment firm PIMCO, believes the slowing global economy, provides an opportunity for the Russia government to push forward with reforms. She told euronews: "When we talk about the slowing growth, it's a cyclical phenomenon. If anything it is likely to provide an impulse for change in the Russian economy, so perhaps it might be painful in the near term to go through a reduction of growth, some shrinkage, in the medium term [but] that could be actually positive, that pushes the government to take a bitter medicine and maybe accelerates some of the structural issues." The weak legal system, and poor protection of property right was noted by the Forum's participants as one of the Russian economy's major problem. Ruben Vardanian, the co-head of Sberbank's investment banking business, told us: "Russian companies are currently undervalued in comparison to Brazilian or Indonesian companies, for example. It means that investors value our companies below their true price for a reason -- because of the absence of the rule of law. "We can't ignore that: whether you agree or not, it's impossible to ignore it, because it's what the investors believe. What we have to do is understand why they think that - and what we need to do is to explain to them that this is wrong and how to change the laws if they don't work." Russia cannot ignore investors' concerns over the slowing economy, its exposure to commodity prices and a lack of progress on reforms and so needs to make a murky business environment less opaque. Our correspondent at the Forum Natalia Marshalkovich concluded: "The feeling at the forum was that Russia is still attractive to foreign investors and foreign companies, but with the era of sky high oil prices seemingly over, what comes next?" Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Russia: Putin calls to cut red tape at Agency for Strategic Initiatives meeting
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the members of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives in Moscow, Thursday to discuss the development of business and entrepreneurship spheres. Putin, who is a Supervisory Board Chairman of the agency, stated that the "most important condition" for the dynamic development of the country is the increase of freedom in business and entrepreneurship. SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "You have proposed some interesting ideas. You have managed to engage business circles and experts as well as civil society representatives in system projects. Also you have worked quite effectively with the authorities. The cooperation with new institutions such as the Industrial Development Foundation, the Russian Export Centre, Corporation of Development of Small and Medium-sized Businesses has been established." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "I'd like to draw your attention, dear colleagues, to the following. First, the most important condition for the dynamic development of the country, of course, is increasing the freedom of business, freedom of entrepreneurship. I want to stress once again that many barriers in federal law have been removed and now it is essential to ensure the proper implementation of decisions and norms be made, especially in the regions (outside of Moscow Oblast)." ¤M/S Officials *CUTAWAY* ¤SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "The aim of the Agency in the regions is to promote the formation of truly effective, modern-minded management teams which understand the demands of business, which treat entrepreneurs as their key partners in the economy development of the country and in the economy development of the regions." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "During yesterday's meeting with government members we discussed the development of modern professional standards, the implementation of new educational programs. It is necessary to focus on the most advanced international requirements." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "So, it is necessary to continue to enhance the role of so-called championships in blue-collar and engineering jobs, to enhance the role of such competitions as key tools for improving the training system for domestic personnel." Video ID: 20160114-060 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Yaroslav Tarasyuk, Russian Trade Commissioner, on Russia seeking new economic partnerships
 
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Russian Trade Commissioner, Yaroslav Tarasyuk, on how and where Russia is seeking new economic partnerships. 00:00 Overview of the Russian economy and options Russia is exploring. 02:37 Areas that Russia is looking to engage more with India. 06:48 The Small and Medium private enterprises and their role in business now. 09:42 How can SMEs get information on opportunities and link up with each other.
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Cuba to legalize small and medium private businesses
 
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Cuba has announced that it intends to legalize small and medium-sized private businesses. It's the latest move aimed at expanding the country's emerging private sector. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Alexander Kalinin - Interview at SPIEF 2018
 
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Alexander Kalinin, President of All-Russian NGO of Small and Medium Business “OPORA RUSSIA”, talks about women's involvement in MSMEs in Russia. The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in cooperation with the OPORA Russia Committee on Women Entrepreneurship Development will hold an event on “Increasing the contribution of women to economic growth and prosperity: Creating an enabling environment” on 23 May, the opening day of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).
Inside Russian Economy
 
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State & business: breaking down administrative barriers
 
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Ways to reduce institutional barriers for small and medium enterprises Advanced forms of state services for business International experience in political and economical incentives to support small and medium enterprises Moderator: Oxana Derevyanko, Head of Business Program Department, Russia Today News Channel Speakers: Vladimir Efimov, Department of City Property Head and Moscow Government Minister Sergey Nedoroslev, Co-Chairman, Delovaya Rossiya; Chairman of the Board, Kaskol Group of Companies Xenia Ryasova, President, Finn Flare Andrey Shabanov, Deputy Department Head, Moscow Department for Competition Policy Tomasz Telma, Director for Europe and Central Asia, International Finance Corporation Boris Titov, Russian Federation Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs' Rights http://gec2014.com/en/program/fringe-events/state-business-breaking-down-administrative-barriers
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Plenary Session "Economic Basis for Russia–China Partnership: New Points of Growth"
 
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China is Russia’s key trade partner. The two countries have considerable economic cooperation potential. Despite officially declared ambitious goals, the countries have not yet achieved significant progress in mutual trade and investment. Enhancing quality and level of Russia–China economic ties requires a shift from conventional models to innovative approaches to cooperation. • What is to be done to ensure the most efficient use of complementarity of Russia’s and China’s economies? Which areas of collaboration should Russia’s and China’s policies be focused on? What is to be done to expand Russia–China cooperation beyond traditional energy sector? Will innovations and telecommunications be among the priorities of Russia–China cooperation? • What hinders Russian-Chinese investment cooperation? What measures are to be taken by the state in order to increase Chinese business’s investment into Russian economy? Which projects located in Russia appeal the most to Chinese investors? • What is to be done to promote Russia–China financial collaboration? How can Russia and China increase the amount of payments in national currencies? What are the priorities of Russian and Chinese interbank connections? Russian–Chinese cooperation in the derivatives market: what is being done? • In what way could enhancing bilateral trade and economic relations accelerate Russia’s and China’s regional economic growth? Which Russian regions have succeeded in maintaining close production and trade ties with China? What are the factors that could make Russian regions not bordering China interested in collaboration with China’s regions? • What is to be done in order to find new points of growth of Russia–China small- and medium-sized businesses collaboration? What are the sectors of established interaction between Russian and Chinese small and medium enterprises? • What is to be done to align Russian and Chinese business cultures? Human resources in Russia–China trade and economic partnership: what is to be done to stimulate studies of relevant majors and to improve the quality of education? Moderator: NADORSHIN Evgeny, Chief Economist at PF Capital Participants: GRUZDEV Alexey, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of Russia KRUTIKOV Alexander, Deputy Minister for the Development of the Russian Far East XIN Zongyi, Vice President of China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC) KILZIE Fares, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CREON Energy KLEPACH Andrey, Deputy Chairman (Chief Economist) – Member of the Board of Vnesheconombank, Member of RIAC KACHAY Alexey, Deputy Director General for Strategy of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs RYAZANOV Alexander, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Russian Holding Company SHI Ze, Director of the Centre for International Energy Strategy Studies, Senior Research Fellow, Former Vice President of China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) POLYAKOV Ivan, Director General of Interstate Corporation for Development, Deputy Chairman of the Russian-Chinese Business Council, Member of RIAC SIMONOV Konstantin, Director General of the National Energy Security Fund
“Asian Door-2018” fair opens
 
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Within the Days of Mongolian-Russian Friendship and Cooperation, the ‘Asian Door 2018’ fair to connect, intermediate and expand business opportunities for small and medium enterprises of Mongolia and Russia opened on November 20. Opening the 29th Asian Door expo, President of Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mr B.Lkhagvajav, Governors of Irkutsk region of Russian Federation and business representatives delivered greetings. Synch: President of MNCCI B.Lkhagvajav “In recent years, Russia is regulating the technology and management of its food factories with government policy. We can see the changes in the industry. On the one hand, the fair has become a door to our market for the Russian businessmen on the other hand, they aim to reach Asian market through Mongolia. Moreover, Mongolian consumers are familiar with the products of Irkutsk. More new products are being presented this year.” Irkutsk region supplied products worth USD 31 million to Mongolia, with 8 percent export increase. The Deputy Agriculture Minister of the Irkutsk region of the Russian Federation expressed his willingness to develop cooperation with Mongolia in all fields and cooperate closely in agricultural and livestock sectors. Synch: Deputy Agriculture Minister of the Irkutsk Oblast of the Russian Federation V.O.Kozin “ Export from Irkutsk region to Mongolia exceeds USD 20 million, accounting for about 68 percent of total export. It tends to increase in the future.” Over 30 Russian companies are participating in the fair including ‘Amta’ confectionary, ‘Baikal Eco Product’ and ‘Shaprinskaya’ fish product company. Synch: Director of the ‘Shaprinskaya sole proprietorship’ Olga Vladimirovna “Our factory has been operating in the fish processing industry for 16 years since its establishment in 2002. We started our export this year. We have brought all of our products here and the sales are good. I am hopeful that we will establish a distributor agreement with a Mongolian company in the next few days and our product will be sold at the supermarkets of Mongolia.” Over 20 percent of 850 Russian companies, that have participated in the ‘Asian Door’ fair over the past years, started operating in Mongolia. Mongolian food companies and entities, which produce beer, sausage and buuz (dumpling), supply their products to the Irkutsk region. The fair will run until November 23.
MIKRO KAPITAL  -  ITA  -  part 1
 
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Mikro Kapital Sàrl is a Luxembourg based securitisation fund management company - part of the General Invest Group. Our principal activity is to register and manage securitisation funds investing in Russia & the CIS countries to attract short-term and medium-term investments by issuing Euro Medium Term Notes, bonds and shares to institutional, professional and well informed investors. Amongst others, Mikro Fund is the main product on which we focus since inception in 2008. Specialising in investing in loans to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, directly through our own regional network or through third parties, local microfinancial institutions, leasing companies, banks or credit cooperatives, we provide to our investors short or medium term investments, non-aligned to financial markets in a profitable and socially responsible business segment, supporting the economic development and the diversification of Russia and the CIS countries such as Belarus, Moldova and Armenia. Thanks to our team including specialists from seven different countries, and various cultures and religions, Mikro Kapital became one of the top 200 asset management companies operating in Luxembourg, and is amongst the top 10 specialised in Russia and CIS countries.
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Google SMB Heroes
 
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Success stories from small & medium sized business owners in Italy, Spain and Russia. Hear how businesses are growing and succeeding online with Google.
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COUNTRY DIALOGUE RUSSIA - KOREA. BUSINESS FORUM, 5.09.2015 11:00
 
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Meetings of Russian and Korean businessmen within Business Dialogue is an excellent platform for better understanding of the condition of markets of the two countries. The participants’ interests are quite diverse: from energy, transport, machinery building to agriculture and aqua culture technologies. A circumstance of no small importance is constant search of prospective projects also in the level of small and medium entrepreneurship. The basic content of the Russian-Korean business dialogue – what is necessary for successful work of businessmen in Russia and Korea and what is done for this purpose in our countries. http://www.forumvostok.ru/en/delovaya-programma/2671/ Eastern Economic Forum September 3-5, Vladivostok http://www.forumvostok.ru http://www.facebook.com/forumvostok http://twitter.com/EastForum15 511 1 Dialog eng
95% of You Will Ignore This 2018 Marketing Strategy | Business Squared Keynote in Australia
 
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This is the greatest marketing strategy for 2018 that I can give any of you... Focus heavily on being successful with social media marketing specifically with Instagram and Facebook. If you don't, your chances of success will be much slimmer than anyone that does. Really happy that I got to give this keynote at Business Squared in Brisbane, Australia! Let me know in the comments below what you thought was the most insight part! ;) Thank you for watching this video. I hope that you keep up with the daily videos I post on the channel, subscribe, and share your learnings with those that need to hear it. Your comments are my oxygen, so please take a second and say ‘Hey’ ;). — Follow my entrepreneurial journey here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfA33-E9P7FA-A72QKBw3noWuQbaVXqSD — ► Subscribe to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GaryVaynerchuk ►Check out my second channel here: http://www.youtube.com/askgaryvee — Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists. Gary is the host of the #AskGaryVee Show, a business and marketing focused Q&A video show and podcast, as well as DailyVee, a docu-series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO, investor, speaker, and public figure in today’s digital age. — Check out my Alexa skill!: http://garyvee.com/garyvee365 — Follow Me Online Here: 2nd YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/askgaryvee Instagram: http://instagram.com/garyvee Facebook: http://facebook.com/gary LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyvaynerchuk/ Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/garyvee Website: http://garyvaynerchuk.com Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/garyvee/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/garyvee Medium: http://medium.com/@garyvee Planet of the Apps: http://planetoftheapps.com Podcast: http://garyvaynerchuk.com/podcast Wine Library: http://winelibrary.com Official Merchandise: http://garyveeshop.com Subscribe to my VIP Newsletter for exclusive content and weekly giveaways here: http://garyvee.com/GARYVIP
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Less red tape for small business
 
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Theres a May Day present for smaller business in Russia with new legislation signed into being by President Medvedev limiting official inspections.
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Russia: Domestic economic situation is difficult but not critical - Putin
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the economic situation in Russia “is difficult ... but not critical” despite “serious challenges to the economy,” during his state-of-the-nation address in Moscow on Thursday. SOT, Russian President Vladimir Putin (in Russian): "Dear colleagues!: last year we faced serious challenges to the economy. The price of oil and [for] our traditional export goods dropped, and access to international financial markets was blocked for Russia’s financial institutions and companies. I know that many are experiencing tough times now. The difficulties in the economy affect income and the living standards of our people." SOT, Russian President Vladimir Putin (in Russian): "The situation is really difficult but as I have already said it is not critical. Even today, we see positive trends: industrial production and the currency exchange rate have stabilized and there has been a decline in inflation compared to 2014, and capital flight has been reduced. But that does not mean that we should just sit back and relax and wait for everything to miraculously change or oil prices to go back up. Such an approach is unacceptable." SOT, Russian President Vladimir Putin (in Russian): "We should be prepared for the fact that we are experiencing a long period involving low commodity prices as well as external constraints. By changing nothing, we will simply 'eat' our reserves and economic growth will fluctuate somewhere around zero." SOT, Russian President Vladimir Putin (in Russian): "Right now the positions of countries in the global division of labour are being determined for decades ahead. And we can and we must have our place among the leaders. Russia doesn’t have the right to be vulnerable. We must be strong in the sphere of the economy, technology, in professional competence. [We must] use fully favourable opportunities which may be inaccessible tomorrow." SOT, Russian President Vladimir Putin (in Russian): "Which directions have become key for us? The first: competitive production is still mainly concentrated in materials and extraction. We can solve major problems in security and social development only by changing the structure of the economy; to create new jobs, to improve the quality and standard of living for millions of our citizens. It is significant that we have enterprises in industry, agriculture, in small- and medium-sized business. The task is that the number of such companies has to rise fast and in each area. Our programmes of import substitution and export support, technological renewal of production and preparation of professionals have to be aimed to achieve this goal." Video ID: 20151203-051 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Virtual Russia Portal
 
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Relex collaborate with Russia’s Vladivostok State University of Economics and Services
 
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Relex Development, the world’s only real estate development cryptocurrency company, will be working through its Russian intermediary with the Vladivostok State University of Economics and Services to conduct market research on real estate projects. VSUES hosts over 17,000 students, has 68 bachelors programs, 20 masters programs, 22 Ph.D programs, and eight technical programs. It is the major university in Eastern Russian and is strategically located in the Russian cryptocurrency capital, Vladivostok, which President Vladimir Putin decreed as the home to various cryptocurrency institutions. Relex’s Russian developer Vostok Projects met with representatives from VSUES this past week. Natalia N. Anoshkina, CEO, and Marina N. Ginevskaya, Operational Director, of Vostok Projects met with VGEUS’s Sergey Y. Golikov, Vice Rector on Educational and Research Work, Yulia V. Razumova, Deputy of Vice Rector on Educational and Research Work, and Elena N. Smolyaniniva, Chair of International Marketing and Sales, Ph.D. in Economics. Vostok Projects and VSUES worked out the detailed assignment for VSUES students to do market research for two offered projects: development of a Village (and its attractiveness for prospective customers), and a golf course and conference facilities in Vladivostok. In addition to suitability, the group also discussed technical aspects of the market research. For example, whether the students should use geodesic surveying or a questionnaire survey. The number of respondents necessary to make a determination was also considered with the general figure of 10,000 people tentatively set. Once final details are determined, the market research will take approximately one month to complete. Golikov will create a suggested budget for the project. Relex’s Russian intermediary, Yes-2-Business! Vostok, is working to facilitate easy relations with local and national government agencies. This business is regulated by the Russian authorities, pays tax to the Russian collectors, and abides to regulations for work and residence permits for foreigners. The Russian arm is currently in the process of compiling documentation to file for residence in the Free Port of Vladivostok that will significantly reduce tax obligations. Yes-2-Business Vostok is moving into its formal office tomorrow. The office furnishings were provided by Relex Chief Investment Advisor John Bonar, who purchased the equipment for over $10,000 USD from his personal funds. By operating through Yes-2-Business Vostok, Relex maintains a safe distance and would not contravene any sanctions. Yes-2-Business Vostok will not yet have any projects in the first rotation on the upcoming Relex Development platform. However, it is currently planning two such projects. The benchmark for new projects is a minimum 30 percent return for investors. Bonar explained that many small and medium-sized enterprises are skipped over by banks that pursue only the mega development projects. This gap is a perfect entry place for Relex, which has its intermediary putting together deals ranging from $5 to $150 million USD. Yes-2-Business Vostok will accept signaling for the potential projects through off-platform MEW addresses (one for each project). In addition, Relex and Yes-2-Business Vostok will both be transitioning their efforts away from crypto marketing and toward regular real estate investors. Yes-2-Business Vostok intends to introduce these high net worth individuals (HNWI) to cryptocurrency first through signaling. This will make the transition toward cryptocurrency payments more simple and natural to the traditional investor. “Relex is a currency, just like the US dollar or the UK pound note,” Bonar said. To join the conversation, visit the Relex community: Relex Real Estate Development Telegram: https://t.me/relex_core Relex Real Estate Development website: https://www.relex.io/ Relex Real Estate Development Twitter: https://twitter.com/relextalk Relex Real Estate Development Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/relextalk Relex Real Estate Development SubReddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/RelexRLX/
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goodbye US+UK+German《Nato》+ Israel:Run-in of NEW TECHNOLOGY in the TURKEY Army (Future TECHNOLOGIES)
 
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Today's Turkish defense industry Visit us : www.militaryupdate.co.uk One of the main tasks of the SSM is to re-organize and integrate the existing national industry so as to satisfy defence industry requirements, encourage new enterprises and channel them according to the integration and requirements, seek possibilities for foreign capital and technology contribution, guide enterprises and make plans for state participation in this respect. Over the last 21 years since its establishment, and as a result of dedicated efforts, the Undersecretariat for Defence Industries has made real achievements in the creation of a modern national defence infrastructure in Turkey, with highly successful results in certain vital areas. Key defence industrial institutions have been established to meet the requirements of the Turkish Armed Forces through local sources, each of which fill an important gap in their scope of activity. Additionally, some important capabilities have been obtained in the framework of the projects and industrialization activities. Briefly these are as follows: -Technology infrastructure -Export infrastructure -Strengthening side sectors -Restructuring industry and -Expertise Turkish defense industries are now able to manufacture authentic products and have a wide research and development programme in which main supporter is TÜBİTAK . As a result of SSM projects now Turkey have existence of a defense industry. There are very sufficient sub-system producers, firms in Teknokent, small and medium-sized enterprises, research institutions and universities. The latest U.N. figures show Turkey, China and the Czech Republic joining the list of the world's top exporters of small arms, which is led by the United States. Turkey has created its first prototype of the High Powered Laser Weapons System. The system, built by engineers, was tested, and the results were an absolute success. However, while Turkey is celebrating this victory in its military sector, neighboring countries are looking with a suspicious eye. Over the past couple of years, Turkey has been beefing up its military’s muscle to be strong and resilient. Building, buying, and planning to purchase military equipment from its High Powered Laser Weapons System, to its drones, frigates, corvettes, air-to-air missiles, submarines, and much more, all these advancements in the Turkish defense sector are causing uneasiness in the geopolitical sphere. To know just how serious Turkey is, just take a look at some of its built and bought military supplies: High Powered Laser Weapons System: In January 2015, it was announced that Turkey had successfully tested its first prototype of its High Powered Laser Weapons System. The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, TÜBİTAK, carried out the tests in December 2014. Just a year ago, research and development started on the project, with a budget of $120 million. Military Drones More advanced unmanned aerial vehicles, being named the Anka, have been promised in the coming years by the Turkish government however, majors delays have been seen along the way. Since the early 2000s, Turkish engineers have been hard at work on the Anka but no solid release date has been mentioned, according to media source Hurriyet Daily. Officials of Tusas Turkish Aerospace Industries have announced that the organization is trying its best to achieve a release date between 2016-2018. If successful, this could mean not only a stronger defense for Turkey, but prospective buyers from other countries could wish to get their hands on the top technology Turkey has to offer. Air-to-Air Missiles It was reported on in February of this year that Turkey’s military will go ahead with the purchasing of a $3.5 billion air defense system from China. Even though this system is not compatible with the NATO air defense network, the defense minister of Turkey has announced that the deal will still go through as panned. Turkey’s Defense Minister Ismet Yilmaz said that the system, which will be bought by using “foreign financing,” will be “integrated with the national system for Turkey’s defense and will be used without integrating with NATO,” according to online media sources. (Video/Thumbnail Picture just For Ilustration) MOre Videos : - Rare Video : Run-in of new technology in the US Army (NANO TECHNOLOGIES) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKPoWTeJxxI&t=36s -Watch This Crazy Video Of An F-35B vs AV-8B Harrier II Short Takeoff & Vertical Landing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVKufyKjf5Q&t=147s -Watch This Crazy Video : The Most Powerful Gunship in US Air Force https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y50mQzx0Vv4&t=34s Visit me here : https://twitter.com/MiliterDunia
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The Small Business Entrepreneurial Environment - SPIEF 2011
 
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Viktor Klimov opened the session by introducing the 2010-2011 OPORA Index, an index of the entrepreneurial climate in the various regions of Russia. The index was based on a survey of over 6000 representatives of small and medium-sized business, mainly from manufacturing sector companies, from all over Russia. The index is calculated based on 5 equally weighted components, comprising a total of 21 different environmental indicators. For a complete summary, please visit: http://forumspb.com/upload/summary/summary_256_en.pdf
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