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  • There are hundreds of libraries in Saint Petersburg. Despite the appearance of electronic books, printed books are still popular with all sections of the population.
  • Changes in the goods structure is significantly based mostly on changes to the leading export groups: the value of mineral commodities and food products decreased by 23.5% and 31.3% respectively.
  • Changes in the goods structure are significant and based mostly on changes to the leading export groups: the value of mineral commodities and food productsdecreased by 23.5% and 31.3% respectively.
  • Saint petersburg open city

    1. 1. CONTENTS •The eighth wonder of the World •Saint Petersburg culture in figures •Saint Petersburg intellectual potential •Saint Petersburg's social and economic situation •Saint Petersburg - transport and logistics centre •Saint Petersburg's foreign economic activity •Foreign investments in Saint Petersburg •Priority economic development areas in Saint Petersburg
    2. 2. SAINT PETERSBURG ON THE MAP OF THE WORLD Saint Petersburg, Russia’s economic gates, a multi-purpose centre with a diversified economy Saint Petersburg • scientific, cultural, industrial, and transport centre • Russia's second city after Moscow • the centre of North West Russia • the only Russian city bordering the EU • the fourth most populous and second largest city by area in Europe • the highest quality of life in Russia
    3. 3. • Population — 5,2 million, economically active population — 2.7 million • Area of the city — 1,439 km2 • Average temperature: July +25ºC, January –5ºC SAINT PETERSBURG ON THE MAP OF THE WORLD: DISTANCE Saint Petersburg
    4. 4. Saint Petersburg Moscow Tokyo Düsseldorf London New York 7594 km 651 km 2070 km 10 400 km 1761 km SAINT PETERSBURG ON THE MAPOF THE WORLD : DISTANCE
    5. 5. САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГ НА КАРТЕ МИРА
    6. 6. Saint Petersburg is: • a centre of global culture and art; • a leading Russian scientific and educational centre; • one of the largest tourist centers in Europe; • a city with a stable macroeconomic situation; • a centre of state-of-the-art innovative production; • a centre for attracting qualified workers; • the largest Russian port; • the leader in introducing and implementing advanced mechanisms for stimulating investment in Russia. SAINT PETERSBURG ON THE MAP OF THE WORLD
    7. 7. SAINT PETERSBURG, CULTURAL CAPITAL OF RUSSIA Saint Petersburg is the major centre of world and Russian culture. It has almost 10% of all state protected monuments in Russia. Saint Petersburg's historical centre is a UNESCO world heritage site. The city is the eighth most popular and attractive city in the world (according to UNESCO data).
    8. 8. SAINT PETERSBURG, CULTURAL CAPITAL OF RUSSIA
    9. 9. SAINT PETERSBURG CULTURE IN FIGURES
    10. 10. SAINT PETERSBURG CULTURE IN FIGURES • State protected cultural heritage objects — 8 464 • Museums — 192 • Theatres — 88 • Libraries — 1 106 • Concert halls — 14 Events 2011 2012 2013 Exhibitions — 942 1001 1220 — modern art 690 677 773 — from museum collections 252 324 447 Premieres 112 130 122 Festivals 296 316 388 Cultural events in Saint Petersburg for 2011-2013 • Cultural centres — 53 • Schools — 70 • Cinemas — 58 • Parks — 5 • Zoo — 1
    11. 11. SAINT PETERSBURG, THEATRE CAPITAL OF RUSSIA
    12. 12. SAINT PETERSBURG, THEATRE CAPITAL OF RUSSIA Saint Petersburg theatres: • Mariinsky Theatre; • Mikhailovsky Theatre; • Hermitage Theatre; • Alexandrinsky Theatre; • The Komissarjevsky Theatre; • The Nikolay Akimov Saint Petersburg Comedy Theatre; • The N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory; • Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater etc.
    13. 13. CULTURE OF SAINT PETERSBURG: MUSEUMS
    14. 14. CULTURE OF SAINT PETERSBURG: MUSEUMS Saint Petersburg museums: • The Russian Museum; • The Hermitage; • The Russian Ethnographic Museum; • The Military-Historical Museum of Artillery, Engineer and Signal Corps; • Museum-monument Saint Isaac's Cathedral; • Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (The Kunstkamera); • The State Museum of Political History of Russia; • Saint Isaac's Cathedral, etc.
    15. 15. CULTURE OF SAINT PETERSBURG: LIBRARIES
    16. 16. CULTURE OF SAINT PETERSBURG: LIBRARIES Saint Petersburg libraries: • The Russian National Library; • The Mayakovsky Central Public Library; • The Pushkin Central City Children's Library; • The Academy of Sciences Library; • Generak Children’s Library by the name of A.Pushkin; • The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, etc.
    17. 17. SAINT PETERSBURG, TOURISM CENTRE Every year millions of tourists visit Saint Petersburg (6.2 million visitors in 2013). The city is one of the ten most popular cities in Europe. Hotel sector: International operators: Kempinski, Rocco Forte Hotels, The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Corinthia, ACCOR, Rezidor SAS, Sokos Hotel, Marriott, etc. • 687 hotels (including mini hotels and hostels) • 55 164 rooms Tourists who arrive by ferry can spend 72 hours in the city without a visa
    18. 18. SAINT PETERSBURG, A CENTRE FOR BUSINESS ACTIVITY AND DECISION MAKING Based here are: • the Russian constitutional court, representatives from federal ministries and departments; • more than 64 foreign consulates and 4 international organization offices; • offices of more than 23 Russian subjects and 2 Russian regions; • branches of international cultural institutes, countries, cities, trade and industry chambers and foreign business centres; • offices of major Russian companies and branches of international corporations. Saint Petersburg is accumulating a number of important functions
    19. 19. SAINT PETERSBURG, A MAJOR CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION CENTRE Saint Petersburg regularly holds major international events, such as: • The G8 summit; • The G20 summit: • The Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum; • The Saint Petersburg International Innovation Forum; • The Saint Petersburg Technology Fair • NEVA, the international exhibition and conference on shipbuilding, shipping, port activity and ocean and continental shelf development; • International investment forum Pro Estate; • International car exhibition Auto+ Automechanika; • International tourism exhibition INWETEX.
    20. 20. SAINT PETERSBURG SCIENTIFIC POTENTIAL Saint Petersburg is the centre of academic, industry and higher education science. Over 186 thousand scientists work in the city 8000 25000 153000 Doctors of science Candidates of science Doctoral candidates
    21. 21. HIGHER EDUCATION, THE PRIDE OF SAINT PETERSBURG Universities: 91 universities: • 40 state universities; • 7 branches of state universities; • 44 private universities; • 345 thousand students, including more than 16 thousand foreign students; • 26,3 thousand teachers, including 4,5 thousand doctors of science and 112 thousand candidates of science.
    22. 22. SECONDARY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN SAINT PETERSBURG Secondary vocational education institutions in Saint Petersburg: • 45 state secondary vocational education institutions; • 29 state institutions; • 5 private institutions; • 60 thousand students; • 4.5 thousand teachers, including 5 doctors of science and 192 candidates of science.
    23. 23. THE EDUCATION SYSTEM Saint Petersburg's education system: Nursery's and pre-school centres — 1 064 General education schools, including specialised — 693 Supplementary children's education institutions — 58 Children's homes — 25 Basic vocational education institutions —29 Secondary vocational education institutions — 5 • 72,3 thousand teachers; • There are 389 thousand pupils in schools and specialized high schools; • 217,2 thousand children go to nurseries.
    24. 24. THE NORTHERN CAPITAL'S SPORTING GLORY In March, 1911 the Russian Olympic Committee was founded in Saint Petersburg. Saint Petersburg has provided 118 Olympic champions who have won 139 gold medals. Saint Petersburg sports men and women won 1724 medals at official international and Russian competitions in 2013 In May, 2013 Saint Petersburg hosted the SportAccord International Convention, which attracts representatives from over 100 international federations to discuss key issues in sport, including: •General Association of International Sports Federations; •Association of International Olympic Winter Sports Federations; •the Executive Committee of the IOC.
    25. 25. POPULAR SPORT IN SAINT PETERSBURG Sport facilities: 9 stadiums with 1,500 seats and above Sports fields — 2 417 Sports halls —1 698 Sports palaces — 10 Covered sports facilities with artificial ice — 22 Cycle track—1 Swimming pools — 140 Ski bases — 11 Facilities for shooting sports —61 Rowing facilities and canals — 11 Adapted, non standard sporting facilities —1 655 Every year over 100 international and Russian sporting events are held in Saint Petersburg. 854 thousand people regularly do sports.
    26. 26. MAJOR ECONOMIC INDICATORS Major economic indicators 2013 Business turnover, RUR 6 505.6 billion including: • manufacturing activity — RUR 2 410.1 billion; • investment in fixed assets — RUR 366.9 billion; • retail trade turnover — RUR 946.7 billion; • catering trade turnover — RUR 53.3 billion; • volume of construction type works — RUR 356.1 billion; • completed housing, — 2583.5 thousand sq. meters; • freight turnover (large and medium sized transport organizations), billion ton-km —16,4;
    27. 27. SAINT PETERSBURG'S BUDGET FOR 2014–2016 The main budget priorities for 2014: •social and cultural sphere; •housing maintenance and utilities; •national economy; •nationwide issues; •national security and law enforcement. Saint Petersburg's budget for 2014-2016 (RUR, billion) 410 423.8 456456.9 451.8 493.5 - 46,8 - 28 - 38 2014 2015 2016 Revenue Expenses Deficit
    28. 28. SAINT PETERSBURG GROSS REGIONAL PRODUCT Gross regional product of Saint Petersburg in 2013 was RUR 2 599.7 billion . GRP per capita in 2013 was RUR 549.3 GRP growth for 2006-2013 (RUR, billion) 1413.6 1497.3 1512.8 1689.5 1673.7 1917.4 2137.9 2599.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    29. 29. 4% 14% 16% 24% 16% 3% 23% Wholesale and retail trade, car and motorbike repairs, household goods and personal use items Manufacturing Real estate, rental operations and services Transport and communication Construction State management and control of military security, obligatory social services Other Sectors SAINT PETERSBURG GROSS REGIONAL PRODUCT
    30. 30. THE LARGEST MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN SAINT PETERSBURG'S INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX • Admiralty Shipyards JSC; • Baltiysky Zavod JSC; • Severnaya Verf Shipbuilding Plant JSC; • Branch of Power Machines JSC Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod in Saint Petersburg; • Branch of Power Machines JSC Electrosila in Saint Petersburg; • Sevcable JSC; • Electropult Plant JSC; • Kirovsky Zavod JSC; • MZ Arsenal JSC; • Izhorskiye Zavody JSC; • HC Leninets JSC; • Svetlana JSC; • Khlebny Dom JSC; • British American Tobacco SPB CJSC; • Krupskaya Confectionary Plant CJSC • Baltika Brewery JSC; • Branch of Heineken, Incorporated Breweries Heineken LLC; • Rubezh Group; • Kirov Leningradsky Bread-Baking Complex JSC; • Karavay JSC; • Petro CJSC.
    31. 31. SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS SAINT PETERSBURG • 18.4 thousand of small and medium enterprises; • ~384,4 thousand jobs created; • 10 thousand small and medium sized businesses have received support; • 16 specialised small business support programs; • House of Entrepreneurs. Small enterprises and start ups play a major role in implementing innovations
    32. 32. INVESTMENT IN FIXED ASSETS Investment growth in fixed assets, 2007-2013 (RUR, billion) Investment in fixed assets this year approached pre-crisis economic levels. 117.7 156.8 193.7 303.4 366.9 324.7 402 360.4 351.9 366.9 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    33. 33. SAINT PETERSBURG INNOVATION INFRASTRUCTURE The city has: • a regional venture fund for investment in small enterprises in the research and development sphere in Saint Petersburg; • 22 collective use centres; • 4 business incubators; • Innovation information and consultation centre. Projects being implemented in the city: •high-tech science park; •science city; •Saint Petersburg special technical and innovation economic zones.
    34. 34. SAINT PETERSBURG'S TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS COMPLEX Saint Petersburg transport and logistics complex includes: • 12 railway lines; • 15 highways; • sea and river ports; • 1 airport; • 5 train stations. Three transport corridors cross Saint Petersburg: •North-South; •Transsib; •Pan-European corridor No. 9.
    35. 35. SAINT PETERSBURG, SEA CAPITAL OF RUSSIA Big Port Saint Petersburg: • a key role in providing international sea transport; • third largest Russian port for freight turnover; • the largest Russian port for transshipping dry, container and refrigerated freight; • the port's freight turnover in 2013 was 58 million tons; • an icebreaker is used for piloting vessels during winter navigation; • about 30 stevedore companies; • the furthest north port (which freezes), with container turnover over 2,3 million. TEUs; • added value volume — 4.2% of GRP; • Saint Petersburg passenger port; • an international standard port; • 318 liners in 2013; • winner of the Best Transit Port of the Year in the annual Seatrade Insider Cruise Awards 2009.
    36. 36. RAILWAY TRANSPORT HUB Saint Petersburg's railway network: • 10 railway lines; • 5 train stations; • a developed manufacturing base for maintaining the railway. Volume of freight carried in 2013 —109,7 million tons. Passenger volume for 2013 – 134,7 million people.
    37. 37. CITY GATEWAY Airport Pulkovo Saint Petersburg is the third busiest airport in Russia after Moscow’s Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo airports. On December 4, 2013 the new Terminal 1 at Pulkovo Airport began operations. The first flight was carried to Dusseldorf by Rossiya Airlines at 10:30 am. The total area of the terminal exceeds 110,000 sq. m and it has a maximum capacity of 17 million passengers per year. By 2018 a light rail system will connect Pulkovo airport with the centre of Saint Petersburg.
    38. 38. CITY GATEWAY Pulkovo airport passenger traffic (million people) 4.7 5.1 6.1 7.1 6.8 8.4 9.6 11.1 12.8 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    39. 39. SAINT PETERSBURG COMMUNICATION NETWORKS In Saint Petersburg there are: • 2,3 milion land line phones; • 17,25 million mobile phones; • 3,9 million internet users. The internet in Saint Petersburg: • 1020 public internet access places; • 3950 computers in public access places; • 105 thousand people use public access services every month; • 74% of families in the region have a home computer.
    40. 40. SAINT PETERSBURG FOREIGN TRADE Saint Petersburg is the leading region in North West Russia for imports and exports 4.9 12.5 17.8 23.6 13.4 11.8 20.5 20.6 19.1 10.1 14.2 20.7 25.7 17.8 24.7 32.6 35.9 34.9 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Export Import Import and Export growth (US$, billion)
    41. 41. Saint Petersburg's foreign trade turnover (US$, billion) SAINT PETERSBURG FOREIGN TRADE 8.7 11.3 15.0 26.8 38.5 49.4 31.3 36.3 53.3 56.6 54.1 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    42. 42. SAINT PETERSBURG FOREIGN TRADE 14% 8% 5% 7% 5% 5% 5%4% 3% 3% 41% Major trade partners of st. Petersburg by their quotas in the trade turnover in 2013 China Germany Netherlands Finland Japan Republic of Korea United Kingdom Italy Czech Republic France Other countries
    43. 43. EXPORT FEATURES Saint Petersburg export volume amounted to US$ 19,1 billion 5% 65% 2% 4% 8% 11% 5% St. Petersburg export сommodity structure in 2013 (in % to the outcome) Food, raw materials for its production Mineral products Chemicals Wood, paper, articles from them Ferrous and non-ferrous metals, articles made of them Machinery, equipment, vehicles Other goods
    44. 44. EXPORT FEATURES 17% 14% 12% 7% 12% 6% 9% 6% 6%11% The Netherlands Finland Germany United Kingdom Czech Republic Italy Latvia Vietnam Japan Estonia Leading export partners:
    45. 45. IMPORT FEATURES Import volume in 2013 amounted to US$ 34.9 billion 22% 1% 11% 3% 5% 7% 46% 5% St. Petersburg import commodity structure in 2013 (in % to the outcome) Food, raw materials for its production Mineral products Chemicals Wood, paper, articles from them Textile, textile goods, shoes Ferrous and non-ferrous metals,articles made of them Machinery, equipment, vehicles Other goods
    46. 46. IMPORT FEATURES 32% 13% 8% 6% 6% 9% 3% 10% 6% 7% China Germany Finland USA Italy Japan Netherlands Republic of Korea France United Kingdom Leading import partners:
    47. 47. SAINT PETERSBURG'S CREDIT RATING Rating agencies Saint Petersburg rating from rating agencies BBB (stable) — foreign and national currency rating, 31.05.2012 Baa1 (stable), 17.05.2011 BBB (stable) — long term national and foreign currency rating, 17.01.2013 1А(high potential — minimal risk), 16.12.2011
    48. 48. SAINT PETERSBURG'S PARTNERSHIPS WITH FOREIGN CITIES Australia Melbourne Austria Graz Azerbaijan Baku Arab Republic of Egypt Alexandria Argentina Mar-del-Plata Buenos Aires Armenia Yerevan Belarus Minsk Belgium Antwerp Bulgaria Plovdiv Brazil Rio de Janeiro Great Britain Manchester Edinburgh (Scotland) Vietnam Ho Chi Minh Hai Phong Hungary Debrecen Germany Hamburg Dresden Greece Piraeus Salonika Denmark Aarhus Israel Haifa India Mumbai (Bombay) Jordan Aqaba Iran Isfahan Tehran Spain Barcelona Italy Milan Turin Genoa Venice Kyrgyzstan Osh Bishkek China Shanghai Qingdao Beijing Democratic People's Republic of Korea Namp'o Republic of Korea Daegu Busan Cuba Santiago de Cuba Havana Latvia Riga Daugavpils Lithuania Vilnius Kaunas Mexico Guadalajara The Netherlands Rotterdam Norway Oslo Stavanger Palestinian National Authority Bethlehem Poland Gdansk Krakow Romania Constanţa Slovakia Košice Slovenia Maribor USA Los Angeles Saint Petersburg (Florida) Sudan Khartoum Tajikistan Dushanbe Thailand Bangkok Tunisia Bizerte Turkey Istanbul Ukraine Sevastopol Kiev Odessa Mykolaiv Kharkiv Lviv Uruguay Montevideo Finland Turku Tampere Helsinki Mikkeli Kotka France Le Havre Bordeaux Paris Lyon Nice Croatia Zagreb Czech Republic Prague Sweden Gothenburg Stockholm Sri Lanka Colombo Estonia Tallinn South Africa Cape Town Johannesburg Japan Osaka
    49. 49. SAINT PETERSBURG'S PARTNERSHIPS WITH FOREIGN REGIONS Belarus Mogilev Region Bulgaria Plovdiv Region Varna Region Vietnam Khanh Hoa Province Germany Saxony Federal State Italy Lombardy Region Marche Region Republic of Korea Chungcheongbuk-do Province Norway Finnmark County Slovakia Košice Region Nitra Region Ukraine Autonomous Republic of Crimea Donetsk Region Dnipropetrovsk Region The Philippines Sebu Province Finland Kymenlaakso, Southern Savonia, South Karelia regions Switzerland Ticino Canton Sweden Norrbotten, Stockholm, Södermanland, Uppsala, Västmanland and Örebro counties Chinese People's Republic Kwangtung Province
    50. 50. BUSINESS INFORMATION CENTERS • Kiev (Ukraine) • Kharkiv (Ukraine) • Riga (Latvia) • Rakvere (Estonia) • Kohtla-Järve (Estonia) • Astana (Kazakhstan) • Haifa (Israel) • Guilford (United Kingdoom) 16 St. Petersburg Information and Business Centers Abroad • Turku (Finland) • Hämeenlinna (Finland) • Kotka (Finland) • Jyväskylä (Finland) • Oslo (Norway) • Melbourne (Australia) • Vilnius (Lithiania) • Yerevan (Armenia)
    51. 51. FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN SAINT PETERSBURG'S ECONOMY The volume of foreign investment in Saint Petersburg's economy in 2013 US$ 13 431.0 million 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 1.4 5.2 6.2 5.9 6 5 6.1 10.7 13.4 Foreign investments dynamics in 2005-2013 (US$ billion)
    52. 52. FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN SAINT PETERSBURG'S ECONOMY 12.3 12.3 23.2 21.7 10.3 17.5 8.3 10.3 34.9 8.1 0.4 2.5 0.1 3.5 0.5 2.3 52.8 79.6 76.4 75.8 89.6 79 91.2 87.4 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Direct Portfolio Other Structure of Foreign Investments Based on Types (in %)
    53. 53. FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN SAINT PETERSBURG'S ECONOMY: BY INDUSTRY Distribution of foreign investment by economy sector in 2013: 2% 2%1% 90% 5% Transport and communication Wholestate and retail trade Others Manufacturing activity Real estate, services and lease
    54. 54. CONDITIONS FOR ATTRACTING INVESTORS •welcoming attitude towards investors; •balanced public and private interests; •access to information needed by investors; •clear and simple investment process; •mutual responsibility. State support for investment activities: •tax benefits; • property rental subsidies; • payment deferrals and instalments; • support for investors from Saint Petersburg's budget. Saint Petersburg's investment policy principles:
    55. 55. FAVOURABLE CONDITIONS FOR STRATEGIC INVESTMENT PROJECTS •public-private partnership; •special technical and innovation economic zone. Key advantages for SEZ residents: •reduced profit tax rate; •exemption from property, vehicle and land taxes; •reduced rate on social insurance contributions; •exemption from customs duty and VAT; •no prohibition or limitation (for example, licensing, quota allocation) on bringing foreign goods into the zone, etc. Other ways of stimulating investment activity:
    56. 56. INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVE SECTORS OF SAINT PETERSBURG'S ECONOMY •research intensive production; •research and development and technical and innovation activities; •transport infrastructure; •housing maintenance and utilities; •manufacturing industry; •power industry; •communications and telecommunications; •medicine and health care; •education; •tourism. Cluster policy:
    57. 57. THE LARGEST INVESTMENT PROJECTS IN SAINT PETERSBURG TERRITORY AND TRANSPORT Transport: • Western High-Speed Diameter; • Pulkovo airport development; • passenger sea terminal on Vasilievsky Island. Territory development: • western part of Vasilievsky Island; • multi-purpose complex Baltic Pearl; • Apraksin Dvor; • New Holland Island; • Moskovskaya-Tovarnaya station zone; • New Admiralty Island; • Izhorskiye Zavody industrial zone.
    58. 58. THE LARGEST INVESTMENT PROJECTS IN SAINT PETERSBURG POWER INDUSTRY AND MACHINE BUILDING Machine building (sites under construction): •power equipment production plant in the Metallostroi industrial zone; •stamping components production plant and a metal service centre; •large diameter pipe production complex, reconstruction of a sheet-rolling shop. Power and utilities: •construction and maintenance of the south west heat power plant; •construction of a power equipment production plant in the Izhorskiye Zavody industrial zone.
    59. 59. KEY ECONOMIC CLUSTERS PharmaceuticalShipbuilding Power machine building IT technology Radiology Car Municipal services
    60. 60. CAR CLUSTER There are five car construction plants operating in Saint Petersburg: • Toyota (Toyota Motor Manufacturing Russia LLC); • General Motors (General Motors Auto LLC); • Nissan (Nissan Manufacturing RUS LLC); • Hyundai (Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Russia LLC); • Scania (Scania-Piter LLC). • MAN (MAN-SE)
    61. 61. CAR CLUSTER — CAR PARTS Car parts production St. Petersburg Association of Manufacturers of automotive components (SPbAPAC) is the concept of forming a cluster of automotive components manufacturers in the Northern capital. At present the Association includes more than 50 enterprises. • Eberspächer; • Kvenberger Logistics Rus • Toyota Boshoku;Toyota Tsusho Machinery; • АЕР plant; • Vlankas; • SPAZ Plaza plant; • Kvadrat SG plant; • АЕР plant; • Interkos-IV CJSC.
    62. 62. PHARMACEUTICAL CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG • Development strategy for Russia's pharmaceutical industry to 2020 • Development concept for the pharmaceutical cluster in Saint Petersburg • Action plan for implementing the development concept for the pharmaceutical cluster in Saint Petersburg • Coordination council for developing the pharmaceutical cluster in Saint Petersburg Key documents:
    63. 63. PHARMACEUTICAL CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG Pharmacluster development plan: Pushkinskaya industrial zone: • Geropharm, Samsom-Med, Neon plants. Neudorf SEZ: • research laboratories; • business incubator and centre for collective equipment use; • congress centre; • Biokad plant. Novo-Orlovskoye SEZ: • main resource for implementing R&D и and Greenfield projects; • construction of Novartis, Vertex, Pharmasyntez, Vital Development plants; • administrative and laboratory production block; • customs infrastructure.
    64. 64. PHARMACEUTICAL CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG Pushkinskaya industrial zone Neudorf SEZ Novo-Orlovskoye SEZ
    65. 65. SAINT PETERSBURG'S PHARMACEUTICAL CLUSTER • Cytomed; • Immuno Gem; • Novartis; • Vertex; • Vital; • Pharma syntez; • Medpolymer SPb; • Galeno Pharm; • Biocad; • Pharm Holding; • Pharmakor; • Polisan; • SPB NIIVS; • Samson-Med LLC; • Neon; • Technolog; • Anvi.
    66. 66. SAINT PETERSBURG'S PHARMACEUTICAL CLUSTER
    67. 67. HIGH TECH CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG Neudorf SEZ + Novo-Orlovskoye department: • 130 ha; • 33 resident companies IT park in Nevsky district Saint Petersburg — offices and production + infrastructure for residents; Business incubator Ingria — the engine for developing the IT cluster: • Area 2,325.03 sq. m; • 600 jobs for small businesses; • 77 residents— their clients Sony, IKEA, MTS, Sberbank, Alfa-Bank, Sochi-2014 and others; • Agreements with 8 of the largest Saint Petersburg universities; • 10 student projects have become residents. Joint production of Foxconn and Hewlett-Packard personal computers. The first technology park of the Finnish company Technopolis, intended for high-tech enterprises.
    68. 68. HIGH TECH CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG Neudorf SEZ Novo-Orlovskoye IT park Business incubator Ingria Foxconn and Hewlett-Packard Technopolis
    69. 69. SHIPBUILDING CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG •43 shipbuilding industry companies; •over 50 thousand specialists work in the industry. A key project is the state-of-the-art shipbuilding complex United Shipbuilding Corporation JSC on Kotlin Island •project implementation period — 8 years; •total workforce — 6,500; •taxes paid to Saint Petersburg — about 3.5 billion per annum; •annual revenue — 38 billion roubles; •investment — about 35 billion roubles.
    70. 70. RADIOLOGY CLUSTER ON THE MAP OF SAINT PETERSBURG •highly qualified personnel and training of new employees; •developed scientific and production and medical base; •the greatest concentration in Russia of developers and producers of diagnostic equipment; •developed allied industries for building cooperation and subcontracting. Cluster • 11 Petersburg enterprises, universities, research and public organizations; • 8 core industry partners. Strong points
    71. 71. Operating conditions Saint Petersburg SEZ SAINT PETERSBURG SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE SEZ residents must correspond to the clusters: • biomedicine, including pharmaceutical; • precise and analytical instrument making; • IT; • energy saving technology; • microelectronics; • communication equipment; • nanotechnology. The SEZ will operate for 20 years (18.01.2006-18.01.2026)
    72. 72. SAINT PETERSBURG SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE Novo-Orlovskoye department S = 110.8 ha Neuford department S = 20 ha
    73. 73. SAINT PETERSBURG SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE Free customs zone Customs relief for SEZ residents Movement of Russian goods Movement of foreign goods Imports from abroad Exports to Russia Exports abroad special tax 0, VAT 0% special tax, VAT 18%, excise special tax, VAT 0% SEZ Imports from Russia Exports to Russia Exports abroad special tax 0, VAT 0%, excise VAT 18%, excise special tax, VAT 0%
    74. 74. ADVANTAGES FOR SEZ RESIDENTS • protection from a worsening tax situation; • tax and customs preferences; • simplified land acquisition procedure, subsidised rent for land and office facilities, possibility of purchasing the site after bringing it into operation; • the OEZ is fully provided with utility resources paid by the Russian and Saint Petersburg governments (piping infrastructure); • subsidised connection to power sources (exemption from payment for connection to power grids of 0.6 MW on 1 ha); • use of staff potential, scientific and research bases of universities and RAS institutes. Guaranteed utility resources maintenance Legal guarantees to residents, benefits Possible cooperation with scientific research centres
    75. 75. Committee for External Relations of Saint Petersburg

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