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2007. Victor Koksharov. Effective Development of Economic Potential of the Sverdlovsk Region as a Factor of Regional Competitiveness. CEE-Wirtschaftsforum 2007. Forum Velden. Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Victor Koksharov Ministerpräsident der Region Sverdlovsk/Prime Minister Sverdlovsk Region, Russland/Russia Effektive Entwicklung des Wirtschaftspotentials des Swerdlowsker Gebiets als Faktor der regionalen Wettbewerbsfähigkeit Effective Development of Economic Potential of the Sverdlovsk Region as Factor of Regional Competitiveness
  • 2. Victor Koksharov Prime-Minister of the Sverdlovsk Region Effective Development of Economic Potential of the Sverdlovsk Region as a Factor of Regional Competitiveness Austrian Economic Forum for Central and Eastern Europe 19-21 September 2007
  • 3. Positions of the Sverdlovsk Region in Russia • territory – 194 300 sq.km • population – 4,4 mln. (5th place in RF) • gross regional product – € 18 bln. • industrial output – 3rd place in RF • volume of foreign investments – 10th place • volume of investments in the fixed capital – 7th place • retail trade turnover – 5th place • whole sale trade turnover – 4th place • financial result – 5th place
  • 4. Positions of the Sverdlovsk Region in Ural Federal District • volume of shipped goods manufacturing industry – 1st place in UFD • volume of consolidated budget – 2nd place • retail trade turnover – 1st place • volume of human services – 1st place
  • 5. Growth of Gross Regional Product of the Sverdlovsk Region %, comparable terms (2000 = 100%) 220,0 199,5 183,9 169,8 157,1 145,7 134,5 123,5 108,7 113,4 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • 6. Gross Regional Product Structure of the Sverdlovsk Region Taxes 6,0% 3,8% Production 55,9% 46,8% 38,1% 49,4% Services 2000 2006
  • 7. Competitive advantages  Favorable geographical position at the border of Europe and Asia, close to main markets;  Stable economic growth exceeding average in Russia;  Long-term strategic programme of regional development up to 2015;  Developed innovation infrastructure;  High scientific potential and educational level of the population;  Developed transport infrastructure and communications;  Deep integration to international trade system;
  • 8. Competitive advantages (2)  Rich mineral and raw material resources;  Powerful diversified industrial complex;  Successful functioning of small-scale business sector;  Dynamic development of service industry and consumer market;  Developed investment and finance infrastructure;  Effective budget policy;  Steady growth of the living standard.
  • 9. Growth of Macroeconomic Indicators in 2015 vs 2000  6,5 - 7,6 times  3,4 - 4,2  3 - 3,7  2,8 - 3,4  2,5 - 2,7  2,1 - 2,4 Gross Investments Retail Population Industry Agriculture regional in the fixed trade money product capital turnover revenues
  • 10. Investment Policy  Guarantees of the Government of the Sverdlovsk Region for investors  Budget and tax credits for investors  Investment support Fund of the Governor of the Sverdlovsk Region  Foreign Investment Council  Annual renewed Register of the most important objects for modernization and new construction sites  Internet site «Investment Portal of Sverdlovsk Region» http://sverdl-invest.midural.ru
  • 11. Investment Potential  Credit rating agency «Standard & Poor’s» upgraded the credit rating of the Sverdlovsk Region to BB in December 2006  Russian credit rating agency «Expert» sets the Sverdlovsk region among the five most investment attractive regions of Russia rating it to 1B  Ministry of Economic Development & Trade of Russia put the Sverdlovsk Region among 10 competitive regions
  • 12. Innovation Infrastructure  160 innovation industrial enterprises  over 150 small innovative enterprises  4 business incubators  3 innovative technological centres  3 regional industrial centres  2 centres of technologies transfer  6 innovation and research companies
  • 13. Scientific Potential  Higher education establishments (31 universities and institutions)  The Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), including 22 institutions  R&D institutions (92)  12 Members of the RAS, 31 Corresponding Members of the RAS, around 1000 Doctors of Sciences, more 5000 Candidates of Science  Over 30 000 researchers
  • 14. International Flights from the Koltsovo Airport Moscow Ekaterinburg London Hanover Dusseldorf Frankfurt Prague Vienna Kiev Paris Munich Barselona Almaty Istambul Tianjin Palma Larnaka Erevan Tashkent Dushanbe Antalia Telaviv Hurgada Dubai Sharm-al-Sheikh
  • 15. Communications  Entrance to main transit digital line paths  Ekaterinburg as one of the major communication centres in Russia for interurban and international calls  5 mobile operators in GSM standard and 1 in CDMA2000 standard  Net of optical trunks covering all the region
  • 16. Foreign Trade 12 months 2006 6 months 2007 € mln € mln Import Export Import Export 8 000 4 500 7 000 4 000 6 000 3 500 3 000 5 000 5 977 2 500 3 378 4 000 4 787 2 000 2 727 3 000 1 500 2 000 1 000 1 000 1 235 1 618 500 894 650 0 0 2005 2006 6'2006 6'2007
  • 17. Consulates & Missions of Foreign Countries Consulates General Missions  USA  Hungary  UK  Belorussia  Germany  Czech Republic  Bulgaria  China  Ukraine  Kirghiz Republic
  • 18. Foreign Investments in the Sverdlovsk Region € mln. 1500 1000 1 112 875 500 414 0 2004 2005 2006
  • 19. Mineral and Raw Material Resources Iron ores Copper and copper-zinc groups Ivdel Manganese Bauxites Severouralsk Nickel Krasnoturyinsk Gold Karpinsk Serov Semi-precious stones(gemstones) Gari Novaya Lyalya Chromites Kachkanar Verhoturye Nijnyaya Asbestos Tura Tabory Krasnouralsk Fireclays Nijnyaya Tavda Salda Talcum Verhnya Salda Nyzniy Tagil Alapaevsk Irbit Turinskaya Gas Nevyansk Artemovsky Baikalovo Sloboda Kirovgrad Rej Oil Shalya Tugulym Verhnaya Talitsa Bysert Pyshma Asbest Suhoy Log Pervouralsk Beryozovsky Mituminous and brown coal Achit Pyshma Kamyshlov Krasnoufimsk Revda YEKATERINBURG Beloyarsky Bogdanovich Molybdenum Nijniye Sergi Sysert Arty Polevskoy Kamensk-Uralsky
  • 20. Industrial Complex Share of Industry Main Branches in... of Industry: 100% 75% ■ Metallurgy 50% 80 ■ Mechanical 25% engineering 37 35 0% ■ Power industry Regional Consolidated Number of Product Personnel Gross ■ Chemical industry Profit Industry Other ■ Timber industry
  • 21. Small-Scale Business  Annual growth by 2000 of small firms  Total number of small firms in Sverdlovsk region: 30 000  Turnover of small business in Sverdlovsk region amounts to 1/3
  • 22. Consumer Market  Annual growth of shopping area by 5– 8%  350 sq.m of sales premises are accounted per 1 000 citizens  Major retail networks present: Metro C&C, Auchan, IKEA, OBI, Ramstor  Well known hotel brands: Accor, Residor SAS, Hyatt
  • 23. Finance System € number of financial organizations – 116 (Raiffeisen Bank Austria, Societe Generale Est, KMB–Bank, Home Credit & Finance Bank, Citibank, International Moscow Bank, International Bank of Azerbaijan) € Stock and currency exchanges € Consulting firms (KPMG, Ernst & Young, EBRR) € Auditing firms network € Insurance companies network (AIG branch office)
  • 24. Consolidated Budget Incoming billions euro 4 3,2 2,8 3 2,0 2 1 0 2005 2006 2007
  • 25. Cooperation with Austria  Marketing Office (structural unit of the Federal Economy Chamber of Austria) opened in 2006  Starting April 2006 «Austrian Airlines» operate flights 3 times a week Ekaterinburg to Vienna  More than 10 Russian-Austrian joint ventures registered  In 2006 turnover with Austria increased by 78,9%
  • 26. Special free economy zone «Titanium Valley» Boeing-Commercial Airplanes Group (USA) Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. (Japan) Alfa-Laval (Sweden) Rolls-Royce (UK) Goodrich Corporation (Canada) ТЕСT «Тurbine Engine Components Technologies» (USA) Blades Technology JSC VSMPO- International Ins (Israel) AVISMA Corp. Morimatsu Industry (Russia) Co., Ltd. (Japan) TITAL® -Titan Aluminium Feinguss GmbH (Germany) Snecma, Groupe SAFRAN Austrian (France) Manufactures of Petroleum Equipment
  • 27. Growth of Metallurgy in 2007–2012 Steel: 2 times (up to 14 mln. tons per year), Copper: 2 times (up to 700 thousand tons per year), Aluminum: 2.5 times (up to 850 thousand tons per year)
  • 28. Growth of Industry  Mechanical engineering: setting up production of main dc cargo locomotives (€ 130 mln.),  Power industry: putting into operation additional power suppliers for 5.2 GW (€ 7 bln.),  Building industry: increasing by 3 times cement production (up to 10 mln. tons per year)
  • 29. IP Ekaterinburg City Ural Tower 60 levels Tatishchev Tower 50 levels Iset Tower 46 levels de Genin Tower 40 levels Hotel Hyatt 20 levels Demidov’s Yard Tower Ekaterina’s Boulevard Gallery
  • 30. IP «Ural Guards»  Amount of investments: $ 500 mln.  Two tower complex: 174 m and 154 m high  Office surface: 234 474 sq.m  Parking area: 1500 cars
  • 31. IP Multifunctional Centre «Demidov»  Total surface –  Congress Hall 107 thousand sq.m  Parking area  Offices «A» class – for 1400 cars 15 thousand sq.m
  • 32. IP International Exhibition Centre
  • 33. IP Housing Estate «Akademichesky»
  • 34. IP Housing Estate «Bolshoy Beriozovsky»
  • 35. Transport and Logistics Hub  container terminal  world standard storage facilities  auxiliary infrastructure
  • 36. IP Big Eurasian University  Founded by Government of the Sverdlovsk Region, Administration of Yekaterinburg, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and thirteen state higher education establishments  Area of 1500 ha at the Shartash Lake assigned for the construction  € 12 billions investment  130–150 thousand students  25 thousand professors and teachers
  • 37. Strategic Directions of Development Social priorities:  Development of health-care system  Health and regulations improvement  Increase of the level of employment  Education accessibility  Preservation and development of cultural heritage
  • 38. Strategic Directions of Development Economic priorities:  Restructuring of the whole production complex, increase of processing industry share  Efficient economy, reduction of power consumption, modernization and technical reequipment of enterprises  Intensification of investment activities and formation of favorable investment climate  Development of natural resources base and scientific potential  Taking advantage of high transport potential
  • 39. The Sverdlovsk Region invites you to cooperation!