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Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
Business environment of Russia (2011)
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Business environment of Russia (2011)

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Short global business environment analysis (briefly). Data represented from the year 2011

Short global business environment analysis (briefly). Data represented from the year 2011

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  • 1. Global Business Environment
  • 2. Capital city: Moscow Population: 143,030,106 Area: 17,098,200 sq. km Language: Russian + more than 140 dialects Currency: Russian ruble (RUB) Nationalities: 81% Russians, 19% Tatars, Ukrainians, Bashkirs & others Religion: Russian Orthodox Catholicism, Protestant, Buddhist) (also Islam, Judaism, Roman
  • 3. Russia Winter time Mount Elbrus Village life
  • 4.  Russia’s GDP: $2 373 trillion (7th in the world)  GDP growth rate : 4.3 %  GDP per capital: $16 700  Unemployment rate: 6.8%
  • 5. Russia possesses more forests than any country in the world, which cover 55% of the land area. • Timber • Paper • Paperboard • Wood-based panels exports Beef Grai n Sunflow er seed Sugar beets Agricultur al products Vegetabl es Fruit Milk
  • 6. Russia – one of the world's largest exporter: 1. 2. 3. 4. Natural gas Oil Steel Coal GNI per capita: Russia ($9 900) Sector Percentage Services 59% Industry 37% Agriculture 4%
  • 7.      1990s: free market system; 1998: serious financial crisis; Main industries are: coal, oil, gas, chemicals, an d metals; High-performance machine building: aircraft and vehicles; Fast growing sustainably after 1998 over 9 averaging about 7%;
  • 8. Defense industries: • radars, • missile production, • advanced electronic components;  Road & rail transportation equipment;  Communications equipment;  Agricultural machinery;  Electric power generating;  Transmitting equipment;  Medical & scientific instruments;
  • 9.    Russia and the USA In 2010: trade grew to $31.7 (an 35% increase); U.S. imports from Russia grew 41% year; Exports to Russia increased 13% (to $6 billion); Russian exports to the U.S.: • Fuel oil; • Inorganic chemicals; • Aluminum; • Precious stones. U.S. exports to Russia: • Machinery; • Vehicles; • Meat; • Aircraft; • Electrical equipment; • High-tech products.
  • 10. Russia has committed to reduce its import and export tariffs. Russian import duties will decrease from the current 10 per cent to 7.9 percent. WTO members EU and WTO members Observers
  • 11. Export partner Germany 8.2% Netherlands 6% USA Russian main exports are petroleum and petroleum products, natural gas, metals, wood and wood products, chemicals, and a wide variety of civilian and military manufactures. Percentage 5.6% China 5.4% Turkey 4.6% Import partner Percentage Germany 14.7% China 13.5% Ukraine 5.5% Italy 4.7% Belarus 4.5%
  • 12.  Russia is a federal multiparty republic with a bicameral legislature;  An upper house is called the Federation Council, and a lower house, the State of Duma;  The Russian president is the chief of state;  Vladimir Putin was again elected as a new president;  The president is now elected for a period of six years by the citizens of the Russian Federation;  An implementation of monetary policies is the responsibility of the government;      The major political parties of Russia are: Liberal Democratic Party of Russia; Communist Party of Russian Federation; Agrarian Party of Russia; Communist Party of the Russian Federation; Russian Social Justice Party.
  • 13. The Federal Assembly, the Parliament of the Russia Federation, is the supreme legislative body of the Russian Federation. The Federal Assembly consists of two chambers, the Federation Council and the State Duma. The State Duma is elected for the term of five years (incl. 450 deputies). The Federation Council consists of two representatives from each Subject of the Federation.

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