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On December 6, 2019, NIIKPU experts took part in the National Industrial Forum, organized with the support of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.

The purpose of the forum was the formation of a business position on key issues of the implementation of industrial policy in the Russian Federation, as well as determining the vector of development of legislative and design initiatives of industrial companies.

The event was attended by over 800 delegates and guests: the leadership of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, deputies of the State Duma, heads of industry unions and associations, the leadership of federal and regional development institutes, owners and top managers of leading industrial companies, enterprises of the metallurgical complex, shipbuilding, chemical , telecommunications and pharmaceutical companies.

The plenary session “Industry and National Development Goals” was moderated by Igor Vdovin, Vice-President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Chairman of the Committee on Investment Policy, Development Institutions and Export Support. In his speech, he stressed that the purpose of the event is not only to exchange views, but also to formulate initiatives of industrial companies, which in the future can receive support from the Government of the Russian Federation.

President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Alexander Shokhin, noted that the forum should become a platform for the formation of specific business initiatives and show which support measures are most effective today.

“Support measures are a hot topic for business. Reformatting of key instruments, begun almost a year ago, is not complete. Until new rules for subsidizing R&D in priority areas of industry have been adopted, a single leasing subsidy has not been approved, and there is no clarity with the support of industrial clusters. The business is looking forward to restarting proven tools, ”said Alexander Shokhin.

He recalled that SPIC 2.0 should enter into force in 2020. Today, the subordinate regulatory framework necessary to launch a new instrument has not yet been adopted.

“The support program for companies implementing corporate competitiveness programs was launched only recently, but aroused quite keen interest among businesses. But it is necessary to tune this institute taking into account the identified problems (both technical and systemic) and not be limited to just one selection. And in general, think about going beyond 2024, which is still perceived as a milestone for many support tools, ”said Alexander Shokhin.

Alexander Shokhin also held a joint meeting of the RSPP Committee on Investment Policy, Development Institutions and Export Support and the International Council for Cooperation and Investments within the framework of the forum. It was dedicated to one of the most promising areas - the "green vector" of industrial development. The best practices for solving environmental problems, the experience of international leaders in this area were discussed.

Gulnaz Kadyrova, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, noted the functionality of the dialogue platforms organized by the RSPP. According to her, events such as the National Industrial Forum contribute to the formation of a business position. The speaker made the main emphasis on state support measures for the industrial sector to ensure the global competitiveness of Russian industry. In particular, she dwelled on the ongoing work on the concentration of support measures in intersectoral areas with their enlargement to 15-20 universal with more than 40 industry measures, simplification of the procedures for providing support and a number of other areas.

State Duma deputy, head of the “Locomotives of Growth” project Denis Kravchenko emphasized the development of the real sector of the economy, export support and increased productivity as a priority. The key problems in the development of domestic industry, according to the deputy, are the lack of funds for development in the regions and lack of awareness of state support measures. To solve these problems, the “Locomotives of Growth” project collaborates with the Ministry of Finance, supervisory agencies, replicating the SPIK 2.0 project, SZPK, carrying out outreach activities both with regional leaders and representatives of business communities about the possibilities of state support for the industry.

Rostelecom President Mikhail Oseevsky in his speech on the topic of industrial digitalization, big data and artificial intelligence noted that this process is at the initial stage in many industrial companies. In his opinion, there are two structural problems that impede the development of digital technologies: this is the unresolved task of deploying a 5G network and new risks in the field of information security. The listed problems can be solved only with the joint work of business and the state, the speaker said.

Andrey Varichev, General Director of Management Company Metalloinvest LLC, spoke about the problems in the personnel sphere. General Director of PJSC Uralkali Dmitry Osipov noted the need to refine support mechanisms that would enhance the implementation of foreign projects of Russian business.

The need to set more ambitious goals in the export sector and use the best international practices, including in the development of the shipbuilding industry, said Alexey Rakhmanov, President of USC.

Working groups on support measures, digitalization, industry sessions on metallurgy and mining, engineering, pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical industries were held.

The session "Digital Technologies in Industry" was held by the vice-president of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Sergey Mytenkov. Representatives of the companies SUEK, Metalloinvest, Tsifra, MTS and others examined issues of digital transformation, problems of digitalization of assets of industrial enterprises, artificial intelligence technologies.

At the session “Pharmaceutical and medical industry”, which was held by Viktor Cherepov, Executive Vice President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, experts discussed the “Pharma-2030” strategy, strengthening export support, socially significant diseases and more.

As a result of the forum, proposals and business initiatives to improve key elements of industrial policy will be formed for the Russian government and presented to Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak at a meeting on December 10.

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