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NIIKPU, as a member of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, took part in the annual voting on the issue: On the Report of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs "On the state of the business climate in 2020".

In a joint study with the communication group "Orta" and the FleishmanHillard Vanguard agency, 500 companies took part (large business - 63% of respondents, medium - 11%, small - 27%). In the year of the pandemic, the perception of the business climate was expected to deteriorate: 11% of companies noted its improvement versus 28% in 2019, a deterioration - 75% versus 34%. The dynamics of companies' development turned out to be more stable: 28% of enterprises developed steadily in 2020 (25% in 2019). 38% of respondents noted progress (previously - 52%), 34% (23%) reported a deterioration. Private companies turned out to be more dissatisfied with the results of their work than state-owned JSCs.

The business called the closure of borders, the complication of logistics and bans on the movement of workers due to COVID-19 as key negative factors (see graph). As a result, the problems of a shortage of qualified personnel (they were noted by 48% of respondents), growth in producer prices (43%) and a decline in demand (35%) have become more acute. The topic of high fiscal burden became less acute - the problem was noted by 41% versus 51% of respondents a year earlier. This was aided by tax breaks for small businesses and affected industries. In general, business noted anti-crisis measures along with the national economic recovery plan and the launch of investment support mechanisms (SZPK and SPIC 2.0) as key events of the year. Such support measures softened the passage of the crisis by business. At the same time, almost a fifth of the companies surveyed managed to increase revenue in 2020.

Despite the deployment of investment support infrastructure, the survey records business caution regarding large investments. At the end of 2020, the share of companies with "not very significant investments" did not change (42%), while a third of the respondents retained large investments (minus 10%), 22% of companies completely abandoned investments (13% in 2019). A third of them will nevertheless resume investment activity, albeit not in significant volumes. At the same time, the share of those who do not plan to invest next year has doubled (up to 18%). The RUIE notes that investment programs "suspended organizations, whose investments were usually large."

A source: https://www.kommersant.ru

The text of the report of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs: https://media.rspp.ru