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RUSSIAN-SWEDISH BUSINESS COUNCIL
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November 17, 2011, STOCKHOLM
WHO WE ARE
State Corporation – “Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)”
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Role and
function
 Development of priority industries and infrastructure projects
 Support for Russian industrial exports
 Implementation of Government support measures for Russian companies
and financial institutions
 Agent for the Russian Government in managing sovereign assets and debt
Government
ownership
 100% owned by the Russian Government, Russian Prime Minister acts as
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
 “State corporation” status under Russian legislation (one of seven
designated entities)
 Credit ratings at par with the Sovereign
 Equity contributions directly from Federal Budget
OUR ROLE
VEB principles of operation are defined in the Federal Law “On Bank For
Development” and Memorandum on Financial policies
Tasks and goals
Mission
 Ensure
Russian
economic
growth by means of:
 Stimulating investments
 Infrastructure development
 Support
for
innovative
technologies
 Support
for
Russian
industrial export
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 Support for projects of national dimension
 Support for regional, infrastructure projects and
development of high-tech industries
 Enhancing Russia’s export capability
 Support for import-substitution industries
Areas of focus
 Infrastructure and innovative projects
 Development of special economic zones
 Russian industrial (non-natural resources based)
export support
 Financial support for small and medium size
enterprises (SMEs)
 Environment protection
 Providing banking support for federal programmes
ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE
VEB acts as the government agency to facilitate Russia’s economic
development and growth
Mission
statement
“Ensure Russian economy growth by means of stimulating investment
activity, development of infrastructure, support for innovative technologies
and Russian industrial export”
Investment and development
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 Support for top priority
industries
 Support for Industrial
Exports
 Infrastructure Projects / PPP
 Support for SMEs
 Innovation Projects (Special
Economic Zones)
 Participation in National
Projects
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Supporting the Russian
financial system
 Implementing Government
support measures for the
Russian corporations and
financial institutions
 Implementation of the
Government’s liquidity
provision measures
Agency operations
 Management of the
Sovereign debt portfolio
 Management of the
Government’s financial
assets
 Management of the State
Pension Fund’s assets
(about 85% market share)
RUSSIA-SWEDEN ECONOMIC COOPERATION: KEY FACTS
RUSSIAN-SWEDISH TURNOVER
Source: FEDERAL STATE STATISTIC SERVICE
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USD, bln .
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3
Russian Import
2
Russian Export
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0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
January
- July
► In January – July 2011 volume of bilateral trade between Russia and Sweden has
increased significantly and reached USD 4.67 billion.
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в–є Trade turnover between Russia and Sweden has been growing steadily over the last
4 years except for the year 2009 when both import and export have been affected
badly by the global crisis.
KEY FACTS
SWEDISH INVESTMENTS IN RUSSIA
Source: FEDERAL STATE STATISTIC SERVICE
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USD, bln.
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3
2
INVESTMENTS
1
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
JanuaryJuly
2011
в–є Cumulative Swedish direct and portfolio investments into
Russian economy in January – July 2011 is estimated at
least at USD 2.59 billion
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RUSSIAN-SWEDISH BUSINESS COUNCIL
April 27, 2011, Stockholm – in the course of intergovernmental meeting Head of the Government of the Russian
Federation Vladimir Putin and the Prime Minister of Sweden Fredrik Reinfeldt agreed to establish Russian-Swedish
Business Council
September 6, 2011, Moscow – founding meeting of the Russian Side of Russian-Swedish business council
VEB is forming Russian part of Russian-Swedish Business Council and Ericsson is forming Swedish part of
the Business Council
Vnesheconombank
Authorized coordinator of
Russian part of RussianSwedish Business Council
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Ericsson
Authorized coordinator of
Swedish part of RussianSwedish Business Council
BUSINESS COUNCIL GOVERNANCE
Business Council is co-headed by two co-Chairmen:
►From the Russian Side – Vladimir Dmitriev, Chairman of Vnesheconombank
►From the Swedish Side – Hans Vestberg, President and CEO of Ericsson
Co-chairmen have executive role and provide overall steering of the business council as well as
communicate with Russian and Swedish authorities
Secretariat represented by two offices:
в–єFrom the Russian Side - Vnesheconombank
►From the Swedish Side – Ericsson
Secretariat has coordinating role in the Business Council work, including calling for the regular
meetings, handling meetings protocols and performing other administrative tasks
Membership in the Business Council is free of charge
Admission of the new members is after application which is subject to approval of the
co-Chairman on the Russian and the Swedish sides accordingly
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RUSSIAN-SWEDISH BUSINESS COUNCIL
Mission:
Russian-Swedish Business Council – a non-governmental, non-profit organization
uniting its member around the objectives of growing trade and investment between
Russia and Sweden
Vision:
Based on business practice of its members Business Council improves RussianSwedish partnership by cooperating tightly with authorities to facilitate bilateral
trade and investment
Members:
Russian-Swedish Business Council represents the interests of its members established large and SME business with trade and/or investment presence either
on Swedish or Russian markets and it encompasses all business sectors
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RUSSIAN MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL
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в–єVNESHECONOMBANK
в–єCHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
в–єROSENERGO
в–єVTB
в–єSBERBANK
в–єTHE RUSSIAN TECHNOLOGIES STATE
CORPORATION
в–єFESCO
в–єMICEX
в–єRUSNANO
в–єBUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF RUSSIA
в–єSKOLKOVO
в–єUNITED AIRCRAFT CORPOATION
в–єUNITED SHIPBUILDING CORPORATION
в–єSHIPING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
в–єALL-RUSSIAN INSUARANCE ASSOCIATION
в–єRUSAL
►JSC “SPHERA”
в–єANGARA PAPER
в–єDON STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
в–єTATAR ENTERPRISES AND
ENTERPRENEURS ASSOSIATION
в–єYOUNG ENERGY PRIZE
в–єBIFAITER
в–єGAZPROMBANK
в–єRUSSIAN UNION OF INDUSTRIALISTS AND
ENTERPRENEURS
SWEDISH MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL
в–є ERICSSON
в–є IKEA
в–є TELE2
в–є VOLVO Group
в–є Investor AB
в–є TETRA PAK
в–є ORIFLAME
в–є EKN
в–є SCANIA
в–є TELIA SONERA
в–є EAST CAPITAL
в–є SГ–DRA
в–є SCA
в–є VOSTOK NAFTA
в–є Г…F Group
в–є SAS
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RUSSIAN-SWEDISH BUSINESS COUNCIL AIMS:
в–є To expand business contacts and mutually beneficial cooperation
between Russian and Swedish business communities;
в–є To promote Russian business in Sweden and encourage investment
to the Russian economy;
в–є To protect the rights and interests of Russian businessmen dealing
with Russian and Swedish official bodies and private enterprises;
в–є To create constructive dialogue between Russian and Swedish
business communities, interested
in sustainable and effective
development of bilateral business cooperation.
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RUSSIAN-SWEDISH BUSINESS COUNCIL CORE AREAS OF ACTIVITIES
• Enhanced cooperation in power generation;
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• Increase of Russian hi-tech export to Sweden;
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• Implementation of modern technologies in forestry and timber industry, establishment of
advanced wood processing factories in Russia;
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• Broader cooperation in the areas of nature conservation, information and communication
technologies, space and nanotechnologies, medical industry and pharmaceutics;
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• Active cooperation in agribusiness and food production;
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• Expansion of cooperation ties in various sectors of economy;
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• Use of Swedish experience in the field of innovative policy, commercialization of modern
technologies and respective government-business interaction.
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PLANS FOR NEAREST FUTURE
в–єFINALISING
AND SIGNING THE MEMORANDUM OF COOPERATION BETWEEN THE
RUSSIAN SIDE AND THE SWEDISH SIDE OF THE RUSSIAN-SWEDISH BUSINESS COUNCIL
в–єRUSSIAN-SWEDISH PROJECT PIPELINE
в–єSUPPORT FOR INNOVATIONS, SCIENCE AND BUSINESS EDUCATION IN RUSSIA (EX.:
COOPERATION WITH SSE)
в–єSEMINARS, EXHIBITIONS, ROUND-TABLES, BUSINESS-MISSIONS
(EX.: SEMINAR ON WASTE MANAGEMENT, PLANNED FOR FEBRUARY 2012 IN MOSCOW)
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Thank you !
Contacts:
9 Ak. Sakharov Ave., Moscow, Russia
Tel.: +7 (495) 782 94 30
Fax: +7 (495) 604 69 46
Email: Suchkov_DI@veb.ru
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