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Industrial Development Fund (IDF)

Industrial Development Fund (IDF)

Industrial Development Fund is a state development institute, an important element of the state measures aimed at increasing global competitiveness of Russian industry, implementing import substitution and export policies. 

The Fund was launched in 2014 on the initiative of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and supports both Russian and foreign investors. 

IDF deals with the following issues: guarantees for stable tax and regulatory conditions up to 10 years Income and property tax benefits, status for industrial products «Made in Russia», co-financing projects at the rate of 1%, 3% and 5% p.a., international partnership and localisation.

Moscow, Lyalin Pereulok, 6, bld. 1
8 495 120-24-16
8 800 500-71-29
frp@frprf.ru
Verband Deutscher Maschinen und Anlagenbau/German Engineering Association

Verband Deutscher Maschinen und Anlagenbau/German Engineering Association

VDMA Agricultural Machinery is the leading branch association of the agricultural machinery manufacturers. It comprises approx. 160 German and European companies of this industry in Germany and other EU countries making it one of the largest branch associations in Europe comprising all types of manufacturers including self-propelled vehicles, implements and spare parts manufacturers. In Germany alone it represents an annual turnover of 7.7 billion euros and more than 30.000 employees (in 2014).

Contact details:

Frankfurt office:
Lyoner Straße 18
Frankfurt, Germany
http://www.vdma.org/

117105, Russian Federation, Moscow, Varshavskoe shosse, 1, str. 1-2, BC W-Plaza, office 350
Mikhail.Mizin@vdma.ru
The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)

The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)

The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) was established in June 1990 as a non-political organisation to protect the interests of industry at the time of fast and large-scale transformations in the state politics and economy.
RSPP President is Alexander Nikolaevich Shokhin.

From the very first days of its life the RSPP priorities include: promotion of the business community interests in Russian and at the international level and consolidation of Russian industrialists and entrepreneurs` efforts for business environment development; enhancing the status of business in Russia and the world; maintaining the balance of interests of society, government and business.

RSPP represents the interests of all Russian businesses irrespective of size, sector or regional location of companies. The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs acts in two forms – as a non-governmental organisation and all-Russian association of employers, the combination which allows advocate the interests of the RSPP members most effectively given different rights and capabilities of our organisations.

RSPP today brings together about 130 sectoral and regional associations of employers. Its members include such leading companies as: Russian Railways, TATNEFT, Severstal, RusHydro, EVRAZ, Norilsk Nickel Group, VTB Bank, Mechel, Ilim Group, Nizhnekamskneftekhim, NPO Saturn, SIBUR, RU-COM,Metalloinvest, Transmashholding, EUROCEMENT group, MegaFon, Aeroflot, FSUE Russian Post, Knauf Service, Alcoa Metallurg Rus, Lafarge Russia and many others.

17 Kotel’nicheskaya naberezhnaya Moscow Russia 109240
Tel.: 663-04-04
Fax: 663-04-32
rspp@rspp.ru
The Roscongress Foundation

The Roscongress Foundation

The Roscongress Foundation is a socially oriented non-financial development institution and a major organizer of international conventions, exhibition and public events.

The Roscongress Foundation was founded in 2007 with the aim of facilitating the development of Russia’s economic potential and strengthening the country’s image by organizing international conventions, exhibitions, and public events. The Foundation develops substantive content for such events, providing companies and organizations with advice, information, and expert guidance, and offering comprehensive evaluation, analysis, and coverage of the Russian and global economic agendas. It offers administrative services and promotional support for business projects and helps to attract investment, including in the form of public-private partnerships.

Today, its annual programme includes events held from Montevideo to Vladivostok, offering an opportunity to bring together global business leaders, experts, the media, and government officials in one place, creating favourable conditions for dialogue and the promotion of new ideas and projects, and assisting in the creation of social enterprise and charity projects.

Tel./Fax+7 (495) 640-44-40
info@roscongress.org
OWC — Foreign Trade Publishing House

OWC — Foreign Trade Publishing House

The OWC — Foreign Trade Publishing House presents its current and future readers the German-language economic web portal “Russia”, which contents the following information:

  • Regions: Each of the 84 regions at a glance, the region’s report
  • Organizations and institutions: Russia’s largest companies, Russian ministries
  • Branches of trade: Industry report (motor, energy, tourism etc.)
  • Law: Up-to-date legislation progress
  • Addresses: German contacts in Russia
  • Every article about Russia published during the past two years in the business magazine Ost-West-Contact including the Special „100 Questions and answers about the Russia business“
  • Recent contributions about determinations, guidelines and development on the Russian market
  • Economy: Recent economic development, macroeconomic data and forecasts, foreign trade statistics

All of the categories are always up-to-date and spare the subscriber the extensive investigation efforts.

Hohenzollernstr. 11-13, D-40211 Düsseldorf
Tel: (+49 211) 55 04 26-73
Fax: (+49 211) 55 04 26-55
The Association of Russian Automakers (OAR)

The Association of Russian Automakers (OAR)

The Association of Russian Automakers (OAR) — nonprofit partnership, was established in 2003 on the initiative of leading Russian automobile manufacturers. Partnership members are the following companies: AVTOVAZ, KAMAZ, GAZ Group, Sollers, AMO ZIL, MAZ, AZIA AVTO Kazakhstan, Volvo Vostok, AVTOTOR Holding, Avtokomponenty-i-oborudovanie (Auto Components and Equipment), ASM Holding, NAMI State Research Centre, and Cummins Inc. OAR is a member association of the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA).
23, Avtozavodskaya St., office 701, Moscow 115280, Russia Postal address: P.O. Box 97, Moscow 115280, Russia
Phone/fax: +7 (495) 620 45 79
info_oar@mail.ru
Moscow International Portal

Moscow International Portal

Moscow International Portal is the official website about Moscow for foreigners. With its help all interested – including guests of the city, investors, and expatriate employees of commercial organizations permanently residing in the capital – can get much useful information about Moscow presented in 6 languages.

Activities of the city authorities, economy, business, leisure, sightseeing, food, education, accommodation, transport and many other things on www.moscow.ru
KOREA CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

KOREA CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

Established in 1994, KOCEMA’s goal is to promote and support the construction equipment industry and foster friendly relations and synergies among our members to contribute to the sound growth of the industry as well as to the enhancement and development of our national economy.

Key activities:

  • Marketing support.
  • Statistics and research.
  • Technical support.
  • International cooperation.
  • Cost-reduction support.
48, Soetgol-ro, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, 463-804, Korea
Tel : +82-2-2052-9300
Fax : +82-31-713-9300
info@kocema.org
The International Road Transport Union (IRU)

The International Road Transport Union (IRU)

The International Road Transport Union (IRU), founded in Geneva on 23 March 1948, is the international organisation representing the road transport industry worldwide. More specifically, this means the commercial companies operating buses, coaches, taxis and trucks. Its Active Members are national road transport associations, which enjoy full voting rights and belong to the IRU Goods Transport Council and/or IRU Passenger Transport Council, according to their area(s) of activity. The IRU’s non-voting Associate Members are drawn from industries that have close ties with road transport, including the manufacturers of commercial vehicles, fuels, information systems and tyres. The IRU currently has some 180 Members in 70 countries, across all five continents.

The IRU is a democratic organisation, whose supreme body is the General Assembly, which comprises all Members. The Presidential Executive, a small group of representatives of the two Transport Councils, oversees the running of the IRU and submits policy proposals to the General Assembly. The IRU Secretariat General has its headquarters in Geneva, a location that facilitates interaction with a number of intergovernmental bodies influencing international road transport, including the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The IRU also maintains a Permanent Delegation to the European Union (EU) in Brussels and another to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in Moscow. The IRU has Official Observer status with the United Nations and manages the TIR customs transit system on behalf of the UNECE.

The IRU’s priority issues can be grouped under two main headings: Facilitation of Trade, Tourism and Road Transport, and Sustainable Development. The former is concerned with removing artificial barriers to road transport, because any penalty on road transport merely results in an even greater penalty on the economy as a whole. The IRU is obliged by its Constitution to work towards the goal of Sustainable Development. It does so via its 3 “i“ Strategy whereby Sustainable Development will be achieved most efficiently by a combination of Innovation, Incentives and Infrastructure. The IRUAcademy has been created to help deliver improved training and the IRU also works to strengthen road safety, both important components in Sustainable Development.

Permanent Delegation to the CIS Region International Road Transport Union (IRU).
12, Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 12, Ent. 6, # 417 123610, Moscow, Russia
Tel: +7(495)258-1759
Fax: +7(495)258-1760
Hellenic-Russian Chamber of Commerce

Hellenic-Russian Chamber of Commerce

Supported by the major Chamber members, some dynamic businesses in most sectors of the economy and taking into consideration the scope of their interests, the HRCC aims to continuously promote the mutual economic, trade and business relations between Greece and the Russian Federation, offering some practical tools to enhance openness and the competitiveness of its members and the development of social and cultural ties between the two countries.

To fulfill the objectives and to conduct its activities successfully, the Chamber keeps close contacts and is in continuous cooperation with all state institutions and public services of the two countries, having developed a powerful network cooperation with the reliable peripheral Chambers and Business Associations in Greece and Russia and having won international recognition. 
EUROPEAN CROP PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (ECPA)

EUROPEAN CROP PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (ECPA)

ECPA acts as the ambassador of the crop protection industry in Europe. We stand for sustainable, scientific agricultural practices which protect the health of people and the environment. In doing so, we seek to build understanding of why pesticides are necessary for an affordable, healthy diet and a high quality of life. We hold that informed dialogue on these issues is the best way to achieve understanding and acceptance.

  • We represent our industry with relevant European authorities, our partners, stakeholders and the public.
  • We lead and co-ordinate a European network of member companies and national associations, who act as our local representatives.
  • We listen and learn from stakeholders and the public, and seek to understand their interests, views and perspectives.

ECPA advocates EU policies and legislation that are based on science and scientific risk assessment, foster innovation, operate in a balanced and predictable way, enable the industry to innovate, protect intellectual property and reward the introduction of new technologies and practices. Safeguarding Europe’s crops from pests and disease in order to meet the needs of all people, today and tomorrow, is an essential task one that must be conducted in accordance with the highest standards of safety and respect for the environment.

EU-Russia Industrialists’ Round Table (IRT)

EU-Russia Industrialists’ Round Table (IRT)

The IRT was established in 1997 upon the suggestion of the political leaders of both EU and Russia who meet annually the EU-Russia Summit. Since then, the IRT provides a platform for business dialogue and has evolved into an organisation that actively fosters discussions on bilateral economic relations. An explicit reference in the 2005 Roadmap to the Common Economic Space recognizes the IRT’s advisory function on the development of EU-Russia economic relations as they evolve. On this basis, the IRT acts as a consultative forum to policy makers in the EU and Russia twice a year on the eve of EU-Russia Summits. The association’s main body is the IRT Council, which gathers up to 20 business leaders for constructive discussions on EU-Russia economic relations.

Each year, the IRT invites business leaders, political decision makers and other stakeholders from the EU and Russia to an annual event, where a wide range of topical business and industrial issues are debated. High level speakers have included H.E. President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev; Günter Verheugen, Vice-President of the European Commission, responsible for enterprise and industry and Victor Khristenko, Minister for Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.

In May 2009, the Association of European Businesses has been invited by the IRT European Co-Chair, Mr. Andersen, to participate in the IRT as an observer. AEB CEO, Frank Schauff, has been designated as the IRT Council Member representing the AEB during IRT meetings, Marie Rondelez, AEB Adviser on European Affairs will be acting as his Sherpa. On 4 June 2009, the AEB participated for the first time in the IRT Council closed meeting that took place in the framework of the 13th Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Contact details:

IRT EU Secretariat
c/o Kellen Europe
Avenue Jules Bordet 142
1140 Brussels - Belgium
Tel: +32 2 761 16 06
Fax: +32 2 761 16 99
E-mail: IRT@kelleneurope.com

117997 Moscow, Russia Profsoyuznaya str., 23
Tel: + 7 499 120 8125
Info@irt-rus.org
EUROCHAMBRES

EUROCHAMBRES

Created in 1958, EUROCHAMBRES is the European Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry and forms one of the key pillars of business representation to the European Institutions.
EUROCHAMBRES voices the interest of over 19 million member enterprises in 45 countries through a network of 2000 regional and local Chambers represented by 45 national and one transnational organizations. More than 90% of these enterprises are Small or Medium Enterprises. Chamber members employ over 120 million employees.

EUROCHAMBRES is the sole European body that serves the interests of every sector and every size if European business – due to the multi-sectoral membership of Chambers – and the only one so close to business, as a result of the Chambers’ regional focus.
EUROCHAMBRES’ mission is to represent, serve and promote European Chambers of Commerce and Industry, strengthening the voice and position of European Chambers as significant, respected, valued influencers of EU affairs on all major economic issues, developing the participation of European Chambers in projects of value to business, and delivering services to our members, and developing a European network of services for enterprises.
EUROCHAMBRES’ vision is an enlarged competitive Europe where entrepreneurial behaviour is promoted and rewarded, the legislative and physical environment for profitable business is the best in the world, SMEs are encouraged and supported, and competition is free but fair and which is open to free and fair trade with the rest of the world.
In June 2008, the Association of European Businesses signed a Memorandum of Understanding with EUROCHAMBRES, sealing a new era of cooperation with the Brussels-based organization.This illustrates the beginning of a privileged relationship between the AEB and EUROCHAMBRES and shall foster their cooperation in policy sectors of common interest.
Avenue des Arts, 19 A/D B-1000 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 (0)2 282 08 50
Fax: +32 (0)2 230 00 38
eurochambres@eurochambres.eu
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

The EBRD is the largest single investor in its existing region. The Bank’s investments also mobilise significant foreign direct investment into its countries of operations. It invests mainly in private enterprises, usually together with commercial partners. It provides project financing for the financial sector and the real economy, both new ventures and investments in existing companies. It also works with publicly-owned companies to support privatisation, the restructuring of state-owned firms and improvement of municipal services. The EBRD is owned by 64 countries and two intergovernmental institutions (the European Union and the European Investment Bank). It maintains a close political dialogue with governments, authorities and representatives of civil society to promote its goals. It also works in cooperation with international organisations such as the OECD, the IMF, the World Bank and UN specialised agencies. In all its operations the EBRD follows the highest standards in corporate governance and sustainable development. As a public institution the EBRD is committed to a rigorous public information policy.
Floor, Ducat Place III, 6, Gasheka street, Moscow, Russia 125047
Tel. +7 495 787 1111
Fax +7 495 787 11 22
European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association

European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association

CEMA — the voice of the Agricultural Machinery Industry in Europe

Through the provision of cutting-edge technology manufacturers of agricultural machinery enable farmers in Europe and worldwide to grow food, feed and agricultural raw materials affordably and sustainably and meet the rising demand fuelled by global population growth.

Modern agricultural machines help farmers to:

  • efficiently use the scarce agricultural area
  • maximize harvest results
  • use water in a targeted and responsible way
  • nourish plants with exactly the amount of fertiliser needed
  • protect their crops against damage via exact dosage and targeted application to maximize the yield while protecting nature
  • take the right decisions by providing all necessary information electronically
  • use of pesticides responsibly
  • manage their farms efficiently

The European producers of agricultural machinery provide solutions for all these challenges and for all types and sizes of farms.

CEMA’s mission

...is to work towards a balanced legislative and regulatory framework in the EU that:

  • supports the competitiveness of the industry in Europe;
  • enables the industry to provide smart solutions to help farmers worldwide to grow food affordably and sustainably.

CEMA's tasks

  • act as the face & voice of the industry in Brussels and vis-à-vis international organisations (OECD, FAO, UNIDO)
  • identify & address the impact of EU regulation on the sector
  • develop common industry positions on relevant topics
  • promote a deeper understanding of the European agricultural machinery industry among EU decision-makers, regulators and stakeholders
  • provide expertise and advice to the European Institutions

The European Agricultural Machinery Industry

  • Includes 4,500 manufacturers of agricultural equipment consisting of large multinational as well as numerous small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs);
  • Has a total turnover of €26 billion and provides employment for 135,000 people directly in the sector and another 125,000 persons indirectly in the distribution and service network;
  • CEMA manufacturers produce 450 different types of machi nes ranging from tractors and combine harvesters to plant protection equipment and precision seed drills.
Diamant Building Blvd. A.Reyers 80, B - 1030 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 (0)2 706 81 73
Fax: +32 (0)2 706 82 10
info@cema-agri.org
Committee for the European Construction Equipment Industry

Committee for the European Construction Equipment Industry

CECE is the Committee for the European Construction Equipment Industry. It represents and promotes the interests of this important industry sector on a European level and in close co-operation with its sister associations in North America, Japan and Korea also worldwide.
Diamant Building Boulevard A. Reyers, 80 B - 1030 Brussels, Belgium
Tel. 32-2-7068225
Fax 32-2-7068229
info@cece.eu
BUSINESSEUROPE

BUSINESSEUROPE

BUSINESSEUROPE is the leading advocate for growth and competitiveness at European level, standing up for companies across the continent and actively campaigning on the issues that most influence their performance.

BUSINESSEUROPE speaks for all-sized enterprises in 35 European countries, whose national business federations are its direct members.

The organisation is a European social partner, recognised as the continent’s leading business voice.

The current president of BUSINESSEUROPE is Ms Emma Marcegaglia, chief executive of Marcegaglia Group, a leading international steel processing company, headquartered in Italy.

The director general is Mr Markus J Beyrer, who leads a team of 45 advocacy professionals at the BUSINESSEUROPE offices in Brussels.

168 Avenue de Cortenbergh 1000 Brussels Belgium
Tel: +32 (0)2 237 65 11
Fax: +32 (0)2 231 14 45
bauma CTT RUSSIA

bauma CTT RUSSIA

International specialized trade fair of construction equipment and technologies bauma CTT RUSSIA is a new name for CTT exhibition which is held annually since 2000. Over the period the event has become the largest in Russia and CIS countries and got support from top construction machinery companies, specialized media as well as governmental bodies and professional unions. Since 2015 CTT Expo LLC is a part of bauma network – construction machinery shows around the globe organized by one of the world leaders of the trade fair industry, Messe Munchen, Germany.
3, Kapranova lane, Moscow, Russia, 123242
Tel.: +7 (495) 961-22-62
info@bauma-ctt.ru
The International Insurance Law Association / Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances (AIDA)

The International Insurance Law Association / Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances (AIDA)

Since 1960 AIDA has been a non-profit making international association successfully promoting and developing collaboration between its members and related institutions worldwide to help increase the study, knowledge and understanding of international and national insurance laws and their application in the changing world of insurance.

Through its global membership of approximately 50 national associations, its two regional groupings, AIDA Europe and CILA, its affiliated ARIAS Societies and Young AIDA groupings and nearly 30 Working Parties and convening at events and activities throughout each year, AIDA engages and can draw upon the resources and experience of nearly 10,000 people concerned in a variety of ways with the development and application of insurance laws.   


http://aidainsurance.org/national-sections/russia
secretariat@aidainsurance.org
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is an international trade and business development resource for companies that manufacture equipment, products, and services in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining, and utility industries.
The history of AEM spans over more than a hundred years. The current name came into existence on January 1, 2002 when Equipment Manufacturers Institute (EMI) and Construction Industry Manufacturers Association (CEMA) consolidated to create the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. The four core services that AEM offers to its 750+ member companies include: Global Public Policy, Statistical Programs, Technical & Safety, and Trade Shows along with additional services such as International Support, Meeting and Education Programs, Worksite Safety and Educational Materials, and Workforce Development. AEM’s goal is to help member companies compete in the global marketplace. AEM is a proud sponsor and organizer one of the world’s largest construction shows — CONEXPO-CON/AGG.

AEM operates via Bureaus, Councils, Institutes/Associations, Committees, and Task Groups. Headquartered in Milwaukee, WI (USA) with offices in Washington, DC and Beijing (China) and representatives in Ottawa (Canada), Brussels (Belgium), and Moscow (Russia), AEM has the staff of over 70 employees.

6737 W. Washington St., Ste 2400 Milwaukee, WI 53214
T 414.274.0663
F 414.272.1170