24 25 26
May 2018
21 June
Panel discussion

MADE IN RUSSIA – GROWING DOMESTIC CAPACITY TO EXPORT

11:45-13:00 Pavilion 5, Hall 5.3


With economic diversification as a principal underlying goal for the coming decade, the country is looking to its export capacity. Working with its international trading partners, Russia has the potential to expand its role in global manufacturing supply chains, but challenges remain. What can Russia offer to its trade partners beyond commodities and what export support measures and government measures, compatible with the OECD and WTO, should be pursued to spur exports?


Moderator:
Petr Fradkov, Director General, Russian Export Credit and Investment Insurance Agency (EXIAR)
Panelists:
Vladimir Dmitriev, Chairman, Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank) state corporation
Fred P. Hochberg, Chairman, President, Export-Import Bank of the United States
Zygmunt Kostkiewicz, President of the Management Board, Export Credit Insurance Corporation JSC
Xavier Laurent, Director of Public Guarantees, COFACE
Denis Manturov, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Mikhail Pogosyan, President, United Aircraft Corporation JSC
Nikolay Solomon, First Deputy General Director for Corporate Operations, Chief Financial Director, State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom

Highlights

One of the things I was going to ask the ministers: whether there will be a policy of negotiating free trade agreements and use the WTO as a springboard for that to enable to open up markets and increase exports. That would be an excellent way to promote exports and to have your products all over the world depending on what parties you choose for free trade agreements.

Carlos Gutierrez
Vice-Chairman, Institutional Clients Group, Citigroup Inc.

One of the objectives is to reach the following level by 2015: 15% of all small and medium businesses should be export-oriented.

Petr Fradkov
Director General, Russian Export Credit and Investment Insurance Agency (EXIAR)

More than 30 billion roubles have been allocated to this subsidy [of interest rates] over the past five years, which has made it possible for businesses to attract more than 1.4 trillion roubles for the supply of products to foreign markets.

Denis Manturov
Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

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