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May 2018
20 June
Panel

RUSSIAN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN

11:45-13:00 Pavilion 4, Conference Hall 4.3
Select European industrial sectors view Russia as a possible partner in a Euro–Asia industrial bridge. How can Russian industrial development serve as a base for European–Asian trade and investment? What are the key sectors that could benefit from an extensive industrial base in Russia?
In cooperation with Gazprombank
Moderator:
Ekaterina Trofimova, First Vice President, Member of the Management Board, Gazprombank (Open Joint-Stock Company)
Panellists:
Choi Kyong-lim, Deputy Minister for Trade, Industry and Energy, Republic of Korea
Vadim Makhov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, JSC OMZ
Klaus Mangold, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Rothschild GmbH
Dietrich Moeller, President, Chief Executive Officer for Russia and Central Asia, Siemens
Vladislav Soloviev, First Deputy Chief Executive Officer, UC RUSAL
Maxim Volkov, General Director, PhosAgro
Front row participants:
Salman Babaev, Vice President for Commercial Activities, Russian Railways
Enrique Rueda-Sabater, Senior Advisor, BCG
Konstantin Ryzhkov, Director, Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF)

Highlights

It’s not just trade turnover, but also the exchange of technology and experience and the establishment of regular relationships, even in the area of culture, that should absolutely help to improve the economic prospects for all trading and business partners.

Ekaterina Trofimova
First Vice President, Member of the Management Board, Gazprombank (Open Joint-Stock Company)

The real economy is the key component in Russia’s economic restructuring. This is where cutting-edge technologies are introduced and jobs for highly skilled workers are created, and, as a result, the standard of living rises.

Dietrich Moeller
President, Chief Executive Officer for Russia and Central Asia, Siemens

One thing that can provide immediate help right now, in crisis conditions, is the exchange rate. This is true for exporters as well.

Vladislav Soloviev
First Deputy Chief Executive Officer, UC RUSAL

The Russian economy has great prospects. In the long term it will be impossible to meet demand with imports alone, so production itself must be localized.

Dietrich Moeller
President, Chief Executive Officer for Russia and Central Asia, Siemens

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