Small and medium-sized companies are the foundation of the modern economy.
The policy of lobbying the interests of our small and medium entrepreneurs constitutes a significant part of the work of the entire government system.
In our country, which has lived in an industry model for 80 years, the cluster ideology is progressing and is now shared by virtually all the participants in this roundtable.
The cluster economy requires long-term relationships and long-term perspectives to be considered. The focus should be not only on investment in the main factory, but on atmosphere, a system that will attract investment in the long term.
A cluster is not merely a set of production complexes. It’s a synergy where they work together while engaging R&D, education and consulting services.
We very much welcome the government’s proposal for innovative clusters and their development. We think that it is an important signal that Russia is open to supporting business and improving productivity.
Import substitution is a successful rebranding of industrial policy that has already been implemented for a long time. Now this trend is moving to a new stage: export-orientated import substitution.
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