Business Priority

Industrial Park: A Model of a Technological Breakthrough in the Domestic Chemical Industry

17 Jun , 17:00–18:15
Pavilion G, Business Priority

In the context of sanctions and the withdrawal of certain companies from the Russian market, the issue of import substitution in the chemical industry, especially in its high-tech areas, has become acute. Russia's chemical complex plays a significant role in the implementation of major socio-economic programmes and is a driver of innovative development in industries that consume its products. Since the collapse of the USSR, it has been difficult to call this sector prosperous in our country, while the world's leading economies are actively developing it. The share of the chemical industry in the GDP of China and the US, for example, is 8.9% and 6.1% respectively, while this figure does not exceed 2% in our country. How can we turn the chemical sector in Russia into a self-sufficient and actively growing industry? How to make a breakthrough during an economic blockade and scale successful development models?

Anatoly Aksakov, Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Financial Markets
Alexander Zakondyrin, Chairman, Public Council under the Ministry of Nature of the Russian Federation
Mikhail Ivanov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Yaroslav Kuznetsov, Chairman of Board of Directors, PJSC “Khimprom”
Oleg Nikolaev, Governor of the Chuvash Republic
Vyacheslav Okhotin, Executive Vice President - Head of the Department of Oil, Gas and Chemical Industry Financing, Gazprombank