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IS&C Profile Business Per Mail 2012 13

  1. 1. Our officies We can provide and offer services in: - MOSCOW - VENICE - New Delhi - London - Melbourne - Lugano - Singapore When counterparties execute e contract, we ensure both parties are confortable and satisfied. This is a must for us!
  2. 2. Why to invest in Russia Thirty Reason To Invest In Russia 1) At 17,075,400 square kilometres Russia, is the largest country in the world, covering more than an eight of the Earth’s land area and shares land borders with the 14 countries. Russia is an ideal natural bridge West and East. 2)Russia is a member of the Group of 8 and the Group of 20, and is becoming a significant provider of crisis response finds and development assistance. 3) Russia is a member of BRICs in union with Brazil, India an China. 4) Russia signed a deal with the world Trade Organization (WTO) in 2011 that should help to boost the economy and improve the investment sentiment. 5) Russian is a member of Customs Union with Kazakhstan and Belarus that widen regional benefits of stronger trade ties and leads to a reduction in the many non-tariff barriers that persist. 6) Russian GDP was over 1.791 trillion US Dollars and its capital GDP was about $ 16,700 in 2011. Since 1999, GDP growth has averaged 6,8% per year and reached 8.1% in 2007 (compared to 4-5% average world economic growth). 7)Government external debt in Russia was 8.7% of GDP in 2011, compared with 102.63% in the US. 8)Russia’s international reserved, mostly comprising gold and foreign exghange, reached $500 billion in 2011. Also Russia has significant Government Reserve (US$140.98 bln.) and National Welfare (US$48.68 bln.) Funds. 9)The inflation in Russia reached the lowest rate and was recorded at 3.30 percent in May of 2012 that comparable of the most European economics 10)In 2011, Russia becme the world’s leading oil producer, surpasing Saudi Arabia. Russia is the second-largest producer of natural gas. Russia holds the world’s largest natural gas reserves, the second-largest coal reserves, and the eight-largest crude oil reserves. 11)Russia has 1st place in steel exports and 3rd place in exporting rolled metal products, 1st place in primary aluminium production and exports, 1st place in world reserves and production of nickel ore and refined nickel. 12)Russia has 1st place in world diamond reserves and 2nd place in world diamond production also 1st place in actual volume od diamond exports. 13)Russia has 1st place in drinking water reserves and 2nd place in fresh water reserves.
  3. 3. Why to invest in Russia 14)Russia has a population of about 143 million, and a labor force of more than 75 million 15)Russia has well-trained human resources. Russian labour force in is one of the most highly qualified in the world. 16)Labour is relatively inexpensive and supply exceeds demand. The average wage is still a fraction of that in the OECD countries 17)The unemployment rate in Russia was last reported at5.8 percent in April of 2012, Russia unemployment rate averaged 8.13% reaching an all time high of 14.6% in February of 1999 and a record low of 5.4% in May of 2008. 18)The Rusian Tax Code is one of the most comprehensible of such codes in the world. Thanks to ongoing improvements, as well as a policy of resolving contradictions and ambiguities in tax legislation in favor of the taxpayer, the tax system is becoming increasingly oriented toward the investor. 19)Corporate tax rate in Russia is 20%, compared with 35-41.6% combined federal-state in the US. Income tax rate in Russia is 13%, compared with up to 46% combined federal-state in the US. 20)Russia introduced a European-style participation exemption regime that exempts dividends received from qualifying participations. 21)Market capitalization of listed companies in Russia was over $796 billion as of 2011. Over the past 20 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between $19,408,870,000.00 in 2008 and $9,234,925,000.00 in 2010. 22)Foreign direct investment in Russia was $9,234,925,000 as of 2010. Over the past 16 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between $19,408,870,000.00 in 2008 and $9,234,925,000.00 in 2010. 23)Russia has special economic zones, techno-parks and special tourist and recreational to promote overseas investment in the country. Such special economic zones has strong beneficts from a number of government concesions including a period of low taxation and business support 24)One og biggest project in modernization of Russian economic is the Skolkovo Innovation Centre which concentrates international intellectual capital, thereby stimulating the development of break- through projects and technologies 25)Russia is one of the largest consumer market with high consumption, spending will and capability and large untapped potential. Russia was ranked third among developing countries in the A.T. Kearney Retail Trade Index 2008 26)Russia has become the largest automotive sales market in Europe as 2008 sales results
  4. 4. Why to invest in Russia 27) Russia has very good market opportunities for IT-companies and telecommunications. The share of IT in the economy has grown and will continue to grow. Russia is developing as one of the key spots for IT services, and international IT companies are seeking to establish their presence in this country 28)Russian agricultural land with $500 - $1000 per ha is enormously underpriced, even compared to countries without generous government subsidies like US $10,000 per ha. 29) Even today 30 to 40% of the food products consumed in Russia are imported from abroad, in the premium section of dairy and meat products even up to 70%. 30)Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and Football World Cup 2018 in Rusia will provide further incentives for rapid growth in costruction, utilities and other key industries.

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