Western Investors in Russia: New Realities
The situation on global markets, the geopolitical environment, and the media are putting serious pressure on Western companies that work in Russia. It is of paramount importance for Western investors and the Russian Federation to establish an open, friendly dialogue and look for accessible ways to interact and cooperate. In this regard, discussions about the social responsibility of Western business, including retaining jobs, as well as the fulfillment of companies’ obligations in economic and environmental matters are particularly valuable in normalizing conditions for companies to function normally in Russia. Western investors that continue to work in Russia, along with Russian business, need the government to engage in systemic work with companies as well as long-term support programmes and further measures to improve economic stability given the current external and internal shocks.
Pavel Shinsky, General Director, French-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Alfredo Gozzi, General Director, Association "Confindustria Russia"
Nikolai Dunayev, Chairman of the Management Board, Sibirya Export-Import Incorporated
Nonna Kagramanyan, Vice-President, Head of the Executive Committee, All-Russia Public Organization Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Emmanuel Quidet, President, French-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Sergey Krasilnikov, Vice President, Managing Director of the International Relations and Integration Directorate, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
Vladimir Padalko, Vice President, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation
Vincenzo Trani, President, Italian-Russian Chamber of Commerce
Robert Agee, President, Chief Executive Officer, American Chamber of Commerce in Russia