Russia: Seizing the Opportunities
Panel Session
Pavilion 4, Conference Hall 4.3

Increasing non-commodity exports is a key policy aim for the country, and significant progress is being made to lay the groundwork for a renaissance in goods stamped with ‘made in Russia’. What is currently hampering growth in the diversification of exports? Which state support measures are most in-demand among exporters and are having the biggest impact? How does the current economic environment impact exporting activities? What should Russia do to better promote Russian goods and services abroad, and what additional incentives are needed?

Alexey Bobrovsky , Head of the Economic Programme, Russia 24 TV Channel

Mikhail Levchuk , Managing Director, Argus Security
Valentin Makarov , President, Russoft Association
Igor Molibog , Senior Vice President and Member of the Management Board, Open Joint Stock Company OMZ
Andrey Stolniy , Chief Executive Officer, Guardian Steklo Services
Igor Titov , Deputy General Director, Renault Russia JSC
Alexander Filatov , Member of the Board of Directors, JSC CHELYABINSK PIPE-ROLLING PLANT
Vadim Chechnev , Economy and Finance Director, Power Machines

Front row participants
Dmitry Golovanov , Chairman of the Management Board, Eximbank of Russia
Georgy Kalamanov , Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Alexey Likhachev , Chief Executive Officer, ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation
Alexey Tyupanov , Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, EXIAR
Petr Fradkov , Chief Executive Officer, Russian Export Center


Key moments

Currently, the main task of an effective exports’ support is to make the entrepreneur more interested in receiving this product.
Dmitry Golovanov