The State Company Russian Highways («Avtodor») was established in 2009. The Company's objective is to develop a network of high-speed toll highways, attract off-budget investments, and to develop road service facilities.
The State Company Russian Highways is a trust manager of the 450km long M1 'Belarus', M4 'Don' (1,517km), M3 'Ukraine' (432km) motor road, and of the new M11 'Moscow - St Petersburg' high-speed highway. The State Company carries out their comprehensive renovation.
Avtodor is in charge of the development of the Central Ring Road (TsKAD) in the Moscow Oblast.
The State Company employs the public-private partnership (PPP) mechanisms to implement all its major projects.
Avtodor State Company has commissioned first road facilities (a segment of the M1 'Belarus' motor road bypassing Odintsovo and a segment of the M11 'Moscow - St Petersburg' highway between the Moscow Ring Road and Solnechnogorsk), implemented under concession agreements. In 2014, a segment of the M11 high-speed highway between kilometres 258 and 334 to bypass VyshnyVolochok in the Tver Oblast was opened for traffic; this project was implemented under a long-term investment agreement.
The Committee is engaged in vast and purposeful activities for legal regulation in the sphere of transport and construction. The Committee works closely with other legislative bodies, relevant ministries and departments, relies on active support of transport and construction enterprises, their unions and associations. Chairman of the Committee – Evgeni Moskvichev.
The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation is a federal executive authority in the transport industry, which carries out functions on elaborating state policy and normative-lawful regulation in the sphere of civil aviation, the use of airspace, sea, internal water areas, rail, road, urban and industrial electric transport, road infrastructure, organization of safety navigational hydraulic structures, transport security, registration of aircraft and traffic management in terms of organizational and legal measures to manage traffic on the roads.
Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation is the governmental agency of Russia, responsible for telecommunications, mass media, IT and postal services.
The Ministry is responsible for developing and implementing national policy and legal regulation in following spheres:
Federal Road Agency (Rosavtodor) is a federal executive authority, which provides public services and administers the state vehicles and roads property, including recording of motorways, and provides state services related to transport safety in this area.
Federal Road Agency is an authorized competent body in the field of roads and vehicles, which exercises the obligations arising from the international treaties signed by the Russian Federation as it pertains to providing the public services and administering public property.
Rosavtodor's area of responsibility covers the functions of the public purchaser of federal grants, R&D and innovations programs and projects on the relevant activities, including the "Roads" sub-program of the "Development of Transport System of the Russian Federation (2010-2020)" federal grant program.
Rosavtodor administers the federal motorways both directly and via the system of federal government agencies (FGA) which ensure the operations management of the federal intercity roads and their engineering structures assigned to FGA, as well as support to safe and smooth running of vehicles on the federal intercity roads.
International activity is one of strategic work areas of "Business Russia". Its purpose is to create mechanisms to support and promote interests of the Russian business community abroad and foreign businesses in Russia. Among International Department key competences are following:
For more than five years "Business Russia" actively contributes to shaping of both the internal and international business agenda:
In 2017 according to the decision of Russian Government "Business Russia" became a member of the Business council under the Organization of Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) which unites the leading business associations of the Black Sea area.
In 2016 "Business Russia" representatives took part in 47 bilateral intergovernmental commission meetings, corresponding work groups and official delegations visits. "Business Russia" organized 32 Russian business visits abroad, hosted 18 business-missions in Russia, including ones in regional offices, and signed 11 cooperation agreements with foreign business associations and export&investment agencies.
"Business Russia" also organized and hosted the largest international events, such as VI Russian-Japanese investment forum, Russian-Singapore business forum, forum "Russia-Brazil: the strategic directions of cooperation", etc. Additionally, "Business Russia" traditionally hosts two-and multilateral events on the country’s leading platforms: KEF, SPIEF, EEF and IIF in Sochi.
Three committees of "Business Russia" shape international economic activities agenda:
— Development of Export and International Business Partnership Committee;
— Custom Regulation Committee;
— CIS Affairs and Eurasian Integration Development.
"Business Russia" supervises activity of Public Business Council responsible for implementing priority projects in the sphere of "International cooperation and export". As of now, 5 priority projects are approved:
— System measures for international cooperation and export development;
— Export into industries;
— Export of agroindustrial complex products;
— Export development by means of electronic trade;
— Export development of Russian education system.
Annually "Business Russia" conducts analytical researches among private companies concerning formation of important aspects of foreign economic activity development and non-oil-and-gas export potential unleashing. All results are delivered to the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation and the Russian Export Center in case of possible correction of external economic policy concerning interests of business community.
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All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business "OPORA RUSSIA" is the largest association of entrepreneurs in our country
Founded: September 18, 2002
- To create a favorable environment for doing business in Russia, including the ability to create added value without fear for one’s property and business.
- To increase the role of SMEs in the Russian and global economies.
- To develop Russian entrepreneurship, including the culture of doing business.
The organization is committed to:
- Develop and submit to public expertise draft laws and regulations in the field of business and economy.
- Provide legal assistance and protect the rights of entrepreneurs.
- Prepare studies and analytic materials.
- Develop and participate in the implementation of economic reforms.
- Promote the well-being and social stability of Russian citizen through their involvement in entrepreneurial activity, etc.
We are entrepreneurs, active citizens of Russia.
We recognize our responsibility to the present and the future of our country for the formation of an environment conducive to living and working.
"OPORA RUSSIA" in figures
- 15 years of success
- 450,000 + entrepreneurs from all over Russia
- 100+ sectoral unions, associations, guilds
- 85 regional offices
- 400+ local offices
- 19 representative offices in 10 countries
RSMB Corporation acts as a development institution in the field of SME support and development.
RSMB Corporation implements various financial instruments on SME support including credit and guarantee tools, provides access to procurement of state-owned companies and infrastructure monopolies, information and legal support.
GLONASS UNION OBJECTIVES:
GLONASS Union was established as the Russian navigation market and GLONASS technology enter a new development phase:
Charged with providing the catalyst for the diversification of the Russian economy, the Skolkovo Foundation’s overarching goal is to create a sustainable ecosystem of entrepreneurship and innovation, engendering a startup culture and encouraging venture capitalism.
The Skolkovo Foundation identified five key areas of potential growth: energy efficiency, strategic computer technologies, biomedicine, nuclear technologies and space technologies.
To achieve this the Foundation is overseeing the creation of the Skolkovo Innovation Center, composed of companies and startups, developing innovative technologies (currently numbering over 1,000), a Technopark, the Skolkovo Institute of Technology (Skoltech), a new graduate research University established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Skolkovo city, located near Moscow. Together these entities will establish a vibrant ecosystem of technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Thirty of the world’s most successful corporations, including Boeing, Cisco Systems, EADS, GE, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Siemens, Nokia, Samsung etc. have already recognized the opportunity Skolkovo presents, having signed R&D partnership agreements with the Foundation.
Dozens of innovative projects developed by Skolkovo startups have found success in international markets, in particular, equipment for the dynamic modeling of oil and gas fields, next-generation screen displays and laser systems for soft-tissue surgery.
Surveys have showed that Skolkovo startups are three times more likely to attract investment than non-members. In August 2013, the Skolkovo project was chosen for inclusion in the government’s “economic development and innovation economy” program, resulting in the allocation of 3.5 billion rubles for the development of Skolkovo through 2020.
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Implementation of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) is one of the key tasks set by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on December 4, 2014, in his Address to the Federal Assembly. AutoNet is one of the 9 NTI markets responsible for unmanned road transportation based on the development of sensor systems, and software for recognition of road situations and transport management. It is an ecosystem that unites representatives of business, science, education, government, international partners and associations in the relevant segments of the market. It is aimed at development of a competitive industry in the field of transport telematics and logistics of people and things.
LLC «Avtodor-TF» offers a comprehensive service package that includes managerial and engineering support, preparing and implementing procurement and auction procedures under applicable laws of the Russian Federation: