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How to Develop the Export Potential of the Manufacturing Sector in Russia?

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Industrial Export Forum
10 July
11:45 - 13:15
Congress center, HALL 2

China and Southeast Asian countries are considered as a world factory. Over the past decades, a modern production basis has been created in the region. With a low wage and overhead, it provides a high level of productivity at low cost.

The utilization of full capacity is an extensive development path as it foresees the use of idle production capacities. That is not appropriate due to its technological noncompetitiveness, a clear example of what is a low level of robotisation.

Addressing these challenges requires the possibility for Russian enterprises to integrate into international production and logistics chains. Thus, it determines the possibility for the development of non-oil exports.

Topics for discussion:
- What measures are to be taken to create enterprises in Russia, enabled to compete with the leading Asian manufacturers?
- Which industrial sectors are the most promising in terms of Russia’s exports development?
- What technologies are the most decisive for the competitiveness of Russian manufacturers?

Moderator: Michael Akim, Chairman of the AEB Working Group on Modernisation and Innovations, Vice-President on Strategic Development, ABB Russia.

— Arnold Van Sinderen, General Manager, Sulzer Chemtech LLC;
— Dmitry Kozachenko, Deputy Director General, Technical Director, Dassault Systemes;
— Vadim Kulikov, First Deputy Director General-Technical Director, Agency of Technological Development;
— Hakan Mandali, General Director (COO), “BSH Bytowije Pribory” (a Bosch Group company);
— Anton Peshkov, Area Director, Tikkurila Russia and Central Asia;
— Yuri Simachev, Economic Policy Director, National Research University Higher School of Economics.

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