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Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation

Cooperation agreement was signed on December 17, 2012 in Russia. Web-site.

The Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation is the federal ministry in charge of developing and implementing the Russian government’s economic policy across a number of areas.

The ministry's current responsibilities include state policy development and legal regulation in the following areas:

  • macroeconomics
  • financial markets and the international financial centre
  • strategic planning, federal target programmes, federal target investment programmes and departmental target programmes
  • support for and development of small and medium-sized enterprises
  • foreign trade
  • investment policy
  • anti-corruption policy
  • Special Economic Zones
  • state guarantees
  • real estate
  • administrative reform
  • regulatory impact assessment
  • e-government
  • corporate governance
  • public procurement regulation
  • energy efficiency, innovations, natural resource management
  • restructuring of natural monopoly sectors
  • privatisation of federal property
  • efficient management of state property
  • social sphere economics
  • training of management personnel
  • development of regional economies
  • fostering competition
  • land surveys and cartography
  • formation of the Eurasian Economic Space