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  1. Russia 2020: WhatRussia will Look Like in the Future<br />The World’s Largest Country: How Multinational Companies are Seizing its Opportunities<br />France Houdard<br />Managing Director<br /><br />March 2011<br />
  2. Preface: What Does World’s Largest Country Look Like from Space? <br />Why?<br />Source: NASA (United States – National Aeronautics and Space Administration)<br />
  3. INTRODUCTION: Russia Structural Framework and Forward Trends . . .<br />
  4. Framework: Structural Determinants of Russia’s Economic Geography … <br />80% Population in West … East Largely Uninhabitable<br />Russia Map<br />People<br />Permafrost & Plains<br /> Mountains<br />17,075,400 km2 … 1/8th World’s Land Area … 10 time Zones <br />
  5. Economy: Growth in Russia’s Economy<br />Economy Doubled in 7 Years (‘01 – ‘08) … IMF Forecasts Rapid Growth to 2015<br />Will host Olympic games<br />Russia GDP (USD trillion, PPP-adjusted))<br />IMF Forecast<br />Global Financial Crisis<br />USD trillion<br />2x<br />Actual<br />Source: IMF<br />
  6. Wealth: Russia to have Highest GDP per Capita among BRIC Countries<br />Russia GDP per Capita: USD 6,200 (2009) … USD10,000 (2020)<br />2020<br />Russia GDP per Capita <br />2009<br />Source: ERSUSDA <br />
  7. Income: Russia leads BRIC’s in Per Capita Disposable Income<br />Per Capita Disposable Income Growing at Average 6% Per Annum<br />Disposable Income Per Capita (USD per annum)<br />Russia<br />Brazil<br />China<br />India<br />Source: GS Global ECS Research <br />
  8. Resources: World’s Leading Energy Superpower – Oil and Gas<br />World’s Largest (#1) Oil Producer … World’s Largest (#1) Gas Producer<br />World Oil Producers (12.9% share, 2009)<br />OIL<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>Largest (#1) oil producer
  9. 2nd largest oil exporter
  10. 8th largest oil reserves</li></ul>World Gas Reserves (23.7% share, 2009)<br />GAS<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>Largest (#1) gas producer
  11. Leading (#1) natural gas exporter
  12. Largest (#1) natural gas reserves</li></ul>Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2010<br />
  13. Resources: World’s Leading Energy Superpower – Mineral Fuels<br />World’s 2nd Largest Coal Reserves … 3rd Largest Uranium Reserves<br />World Coal Reserves (19% share, 2009)<br />COAL<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>5th coal producer
  14. 3rd coal exporter
  15. 2nd largest coal reserves</li></ul>World Uranium Reserves (10% share, 2008)<br />URANIUM<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>4th uranium producer
  16. 3rd largest uranium reserves</li></ul>Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2010, British Geological Survey<br />
  17. Resources: World’s Leading Mineral Industry – Iron and Steel<br />World’s Largest (#1) Iron Reserves … 4th Largest Steel Producer<br />World Iron Reserves (18% share, 2009)<br />IRON<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>3rd pig iron producer
  18. Largest (#1) iron reserves</li></ul>World Raw Steel Production (5.5% share, 2009)<br />RAW STEEL<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>4th raw steel producer
  19. 4th raw steel exporter</li></ul>Source: U.S. Geological Survey<br />
  20. Resources: World’s Leading Mineral Industry – Nickel, Copper<br />World’s Largest (#1) Nickel Producer … 7th Copper Producers<br />World Nickel Production (19% share, 2009)<br />NICKEL<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>Largest (#1) nickel producer
  21. Largest (#1) nickel exporter
  22. 3rd nickel reserves</li></ul>World Copper Production (4% share, 2009)<br />COPPER<br />World’s …<br /><ul><li>7th copper producer
  23. 5th copper exporter
  24. 9th largest copper reserves</li></ul>Source: U.S. Geological Survey<br />
  25. The Future: 1 of 5 Countries with Highest Combined - GDP, Population, Resources<br />> USD3 trillion GDP … 100+ million people … > 3 million sq km<br />Over 100 million People<br />Over 3 million sq km<br />Indonesia<br />Philippines<br />Canada<br />Bangladesh<br />Pakistan<br />Australia<br />Russia<br />Brazil<br />US<br />India<br />China<br />Nigeria<br />Ethiopia<br />Mexico<br />Japan<br />Germany<br />France<br />Italy<br />Over<br />US$3 trillion GDP (PPP)<br />United Kingdom<br />
  26. Corporate Trends: Structural Optimization – Markets, Resources, Innovation<br />
  27. Corporate Burning Platforms: Markets, Resources, Innovation<br />Market Access/Revenue Growth … Global Structural’ Cost Reduction<br />Markets<br />Knowledge<br />REVENUE<br />R&D<br />Sales<br />INNOVATION<br />Engineering<br />IT HR<br />Service<br />Efficiency<br />Efficiency/ Shared Services<br />F&A Procure<br />Distribution<br />Sourcing<br />Innovation/ Knowledge<br />Production /Assembly<br />Resources/ Cost Reduction<br />COST<br />Markets / Revenues<br />Resources<br />DRIVING Shareholder Value<br />
  28. 1. Production/Resources: Where are Leading Direct Investment Nodes?<br />Top Foreign Investment Destinations in Western Part of Russia<br />Foreign Investment Concentration<br />A-Cities – Highest Population and FDI<br />S-Cities – Mid-High Population and FDI<br />St. Petersburg<br />Moscow<br />Nizhny Novgorod<br />Kazan<br />Tolyatti<br />Yekaterinburg<br />Rostov<br />Ufa<br />Krasnodar<br />Chelyabinsk<br />Omsk <br />Novosibirsk <br />Source: Rosstat<br />
  29. 1. Production/Resources: Car Production Proxy for Production Nodes? <br />Russia Already 5th Largest Consumer of Cars in Europe<br />Russia Automotive Production<br />A-Cities<br />S-Cities<br />Isuzu<br />Chevrolet<br /> GAZ<br />Hyundai<br />Nissan<br />Ford<br />GM<br />Toyota<br />Volvo<br /> FIAT<br /> Sollers<br /> Great Wall<br /> ZMA<br /> KIA<br /> Lada<br />St. Petersburg<br />KIA<br />BMW<br />Nizhny Novgorod<br />Moscow<br />Renault<br />ZIL<br />Kazan<br />Yekaterinburg<br />Tolyatti<br />Tata Motors<br /> Geely<br />Ufa<br />Chelyabinsk<br />Rostov<br />VW<br /> Skoda<br />Peugeot<br />Citroen<br />Mitsubishi<br />Krasnodar<br />IVECO<br />Paz<br /> Hyundai<br /> Tata Motors<br />GM – AVTOVAZ<br /> LADA<br />Sources: All Publically Available Information, Company Websites<br />
  30. 1. Production/Resources: Moscow Region Immense, as Large as Countries<br />Moscow Region (45,900 km sq) larger than entire Switzerland (41,285 km sq)<br />Moscow Region<br />(45,900 km sq)<br />Switzerland (Country)<br />(41,285 km sq)<br />Moscow City<br />Moscow Region<br />Sources: Publically Available Information<br />
  31. 1. Production/Resources: Management Sourced in Moscow City, Labor Local<br />Management-Labor Skill/Cost Drivers  70 – 100 km from Moscow City<br />Moscow Region<br />(45,900 km sq)<br />Sergievo-<br />Posadskiy<br />Dmitrovskiy<br />Klinskiy<br />Solnechnoaorskiy<br />Mitishchinskiy<br />Balashikhinskiy<br />Istrinskiy<br />Moscow <br />City<br />Ryzskiy<br />Odintsovskiy<br />Orekhovo-<br />Zuevskiy<br />Lenininskiy<br />Ramenskiy<br />Naro-Fominskiy<br />Eqor’evskiy<br />Chekhovskiy<br />Kolomenskiy<br />Stupinskiy<br />Serpukhovskiy<br />Sources: Company Websites, All Publically Available Information<br />
  32. 1. Production/Resources: Leningrad Region even Larger, Size of Hungary<br />Leningrad Region (84,500 km sq) roughly same size as Hungary (93,030 km)<br />Leningrad Region<br />(84,500 km sq)<br />Hungary (Country)<br />(93,030 km sq)<br />St Petersburg City<br />Leningrad Region<br />Sources: Publically Available Information<br />
  33. 1. Production/Resources: Management from St. Petersburg, Labor Local<br />Management-Labor Skill/Cost Drivers  30 – 60 km from St Petersburg City<br />Leningrad Region<br />(84,500 km sq)<br />Vsevolzhsky<br />Viyborgskiy<br />Primorskiy<br />Koldinskiy<br />Krasnosel’skaya<br />Lomonosov<br />Kirovski<br />Pushkinsky<br />Gatchina<br />Tosnenski<br />Sources: All Publically Available Information, Company Websites<br />
  34. 2. Cost/Revenue: Where are Pareto-Optimal Market/Resource Envelopes?<br />Intersection of People (West) … A/S Cities … Natural Resources (East)<br />Per Capita GDP<br />(USD, PPP-Adjusted)<br />Per Capita GDP / A/S-City Overlay<br />Chukotka<br />Arkhangelsk<br />Murmansk<br />Kamchatka<br />A-Cities<br />S-Cities<br />Magadan<br />Karelia<br />7<br />Arkhangelsk<br />Leningrad<br />23<br />Sakha<br />21<br />Vologda<br />Tver<br />Komi<br />Krasnoyarsk<br />24<br />20<br />Yamalia<br />8<br />15<br />10<br />3<br />6<br />4<br />19<br />39<br />16<br />Kirov<br />17<br />Sakhalin<br />12<br />14<br />42<br />Perm<br />Khantia-Mansia<br />40<br />41<br />34<br />18<br />2<br />5<br />37<br />38<br />36<br />Sverdlovsk<br />35<br />Rostov<br />Saratov<br />33<br />Khabarovsk<br />Amur<br />Tyumen<br />Tomsk<br />22<br />Volgograd<br />31<br />11<br />Omsk<br />Buryatia <br />Irkutsk<br />Orenburg<br />46<br />25<br />Novosibirsk<br />43<br />32<br />1<br />Zabaykalsk<br />27<br />9<br />Primorsky<br />28<br />45<br />29<br />Altai<br />44<br />26<br />Tuva<br />Altai<br />30<br />Source: UNDP, “National Human Development Report in the Russian Federation 2010” <br />
  35. 2. Market: Car Sales/Production Proxy for Directional Market Sizing?<br />Car Penetration Highest in Russia among the 4 BRIC Countries<br />Russia<br />Brazil<br />Car Penetration in BRIC (units per 1,000 people)<br />Car Penetration in Russia (units per 1,000 people)<br />China<br />India<br />Sources: Association of European Business; Autostat; Rosstat, GS Global ECS Research, Other<br />
  36. Russia to be USD30 billion Market (2015) … 9th Largest in World<br />2. Market: Projected to be World’s 10th Largest Pharma Market by 2015<br />Pharmaceutical Market Size Country Ranking (2000 – 2015f - USD billion)<br />Sources: IMS; GSK, “Assessment of Opportunity for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers in Emerging Markets” JMCP; Monitor Analysis; Exolus<br />
  37. 2. Market: High Spending Growth Resumes through Global Financial Crisis<br />Sales Growing at 21% CAGR<br />Retail Sales Growth<br />USD Million<br />Source: EIU<br />
  38. 3. Innovation: Modern Focus on Traditional Strength – Science & Technology<br />Skolkovo Innovation Center … USD2 billion over Next 3 Years<br /> Industry Focus<br /> Life Sciences<br /> Renewable Energies<br />Aerospace <br /> Information Technology<br />Telecommunications<br /> Nuclear Technology<br />Under Negotiations<br />Signed Partnerships<br />Cisco<br />Boeing<br />Siemens<br />Microsoft<br />Nokia<br />Intel<br />Tata<br />Nokia Siemens<br />EADS<br />Alstom<br />Lukoil <br />Rosatom<br />ABBYY<br />Novartis<br />Honeywell <br />DuPont<br />Google<br />Kodak<br />Schlumberger<br />Johnson & Johnson <br />IM-TECH <br />DOW Chemicals<br />John Deere<br />Sources: All Publically Available Information, Company Websites, i-gorod Website<br />
  39. 3. Innovation: Strong Science and Engineering Focus in Russian Education<br />Science & Engineering as % of all Graduates: 25% in Russia … 15% in US <br />Engineering Degrees<br />Science and Engineering as Percentage of New Degrees<br />Science Degrees<br />Sources: OECD Science, Technology and Industry outlook, 2010 <br />
  40. Russia Economic Outlook<br />
  41. Senior Executives Select Russia as a Top Global Investment Destination<br />Russia Top 5 Investment Destination in World<br />Top 14 Most Attractive Destinations for Future Investment (2009 – 2011)<br />% <br />Percent of Responses<br />Source: World Investment Prospects 2009 - 2011<br />
  42. Russia Economic Outlook: Large Forex Reserves, Positive Fundamentals<br />World’s 3rd Largest Forex Reserves … Low External Debt … Growing Banking System<br /><ul><li>Russia Holds The World’s 3rd Largest Foreign Exchange Reserves: USD 485 billion
  43. In 2011 the Central Bank has accumulated over USD 458 billion in foreign reserves, up from USD 12 billion in 1999.
  44. The accumulation of large external surpluses means financial system enjoys abundant liquidity.
  45. Low External Debt/GDP Ratio and Positive Current Account Balance
  46. Healthy external debt to GDP ratio at 21% of GDP in 2010.
  47. Current account surplus at 5.1% of GDP in 2010; projected at 4.7% in 2011 and 4.2% in 2012.
  48. Federal budget deficit at 3.9 % GDP in 2010; projected to decrease to 2% of GDP in 2011.
  49. Russia’s Banking System under Rapid Expansion
  50. Total assets projected to double between 2010 and 2015, from EUR 400 billion (2010) to EUR 800+ billion (2015).
  51. Between 2010 to 2015, total lending to grow at 14.2 % CAGR; corporate loans at 14.3%; retail loans at 14.7% and mortgages at 15.5%.</li></ul>Source: IMF; World Bank; Sberbank; UniCredit<br />
  52. For a Comparative Perspective with the other BRIC Countries Please Refer to the Following Research Reports<br />Found on Slideshare @<br /><br /><br /><br />Download Reports @<br /><br />Brazil 2020<br />India 2020<br />China 2020<br />
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