CFRIES

Centre Franco-Russe d’Intelligence Economique et Stratégique

02 juin 2005

FIFTEEN YEARS OF ECONOMIC REFORM IN RUSSIA: WHAT HAS BEEN ACHIEVED? WHAT REMAINS TO BE DONE?

http://www.olis.oecd.org/olis/2005doc.nsf/43bb6130e5e86e5fc12569fa005d004c/2f17a06ff272d551c1257006002c6e9b/$FILE/JT00184107.PDF Résumé:Quinze ans de réformes économiques en Russie : Qu'a-t-elle acquis ? Que  reste-t-il à faire ?L'article donne un aperçu du déroulement des réformes économiques et des  performances de l'économie russe depuis le début des années 90, ainsi qu'une  analyse des enjeux des futures réformes structurelles. L'article considère la  contribution des réformes institutionnelles et... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

Russian Electricity Reform -- Emerging Challenges and Opportunities

The Russian Government is pursuing a strategy of very high economic growth, with the objective of doubling gross domestic product in ten years. It recognises the central role the electricity sector has to play to achieve this target and has embarked on a highly ambitious program of electricity reform.If it is to succeed, the reform program will have to create market structures, market rules and a regulatory framework that will foster competitive wholesale and retail electricity markets. At the same time, it will have to deal with... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

OECD RUSSIA PROGRAMME FOR 2005-06

This note is an excerpt from the OECD's 2005-06 Programme of Work with non-Members [CCNM(2005)2]. It describes forthcoming OECD reports, conferences and statistics on Russia in a wide range of areas: economy, trade, competition, taxation, anti-corruption, corporate governance, education, employment, environment, science and innovation, investment and regulatory reform. These will be achieved under the OECD's 2005-06 Russia Programme. ... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

Starbucks Tiptoes Into Russia

Source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/stories/2005/06/02/041.html Global coffee behemoth Starbucks is planning expansion into Russia after quietly opening its first outlet in Moscow last week. The company has been eyeing the capital's expanding coffee culture for years but is entangled in a legal dispute with a local firm claiming ownership of the Starbucks trademark in Russia. Seattle-based Starbucks opened its first Russian cafe in the basement of the Renaissance Hotel last week. It managed to skirt the trademark question... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

On results of socio-economic development of the Russian Federationin 2004 and objectives of the Russian Federation economic poli

Vous trouverez à cet endroit le rapport complet. il est tres richeen terme d'indicateurs socio-economiques de la Russie: inflation,salaire moyen, balance commerciale,..."On results of socio-economic development of the Russian Federationin 2004 and objectives of the Russian Federation economic policy for2005" Partie1:http://www.economy.gov.ru/UnidocFileServlet/FileServlet?unidoc_id=1115388544453&template_id=4 Partie2:http://www.economy.gov.ru/UnidocFileServlet/FileServlet?unidoc_id=1115388544453&template_id=9 ... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

Russian society of competitive intelligence professionals

Bonjour,Pour information, voici le site internet de la "Russian society of competitive intelligence professionals" http://www.rscip.ru/base/english.htmlThe basic purposes of activity of the Partnership are:· Rendering assistance to the members of organization in their professional development;· Creating the conditions for association of the experts professionally engaged in competitive intelligence and experts of other spheres of activity interested in the theory and practice of competitive intelligence;· Cooperation with... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

L'automobile russe affronte une crise profonde

Source: http://www.lefigaro.fr/eco-monde/20050602.FIG0066.html?082345 Naguère fierté de l'ex-URSS, le secteur automobile russe commence à ressentir douloureusement les effets de la compétition étrangère. Avtovaz, le premier constructeur russe, vient d'annoncer 4 000 suppressions d'emploi, soit 3,4% de ses effectifs. Certains salarisés partiront en retraite anticipé tandis que d'autres pourraient rejoindre les chaîne de la Kalina, le nouveau modèle sur lequel Avtovaz compte pour se refaire une santé. Mais de toutes façons tous les... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2005

Daher

Source: Le figaro le, 01 juin 2005Daher a été retenu comme fournisseur du futur avion régional chinois ARJ21 et accompagne Safran (ex-Snecma-Sagem) en Russie où le groupe crée une usine de moteurs.
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02 juin 2005

Motorola Gear Expands Russian Carrier's Coverage

By Colin C. Haley Motorola's network equipment division has won an $80 million order from Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) (Quote, Chart), the latest deal between the mobile equipment maker and Russia's largest wireless provider. Motorola will supply Global Systems for Mobile/General Packet Radio Service (define) base stations to allow the carrier to expand network coverage and capacity in Moscow, Central Russia and the Urals. The companies have been doing business since 1994. In their last transaction in September, Motorola... [Lire la suite]
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01 juin 2005

Deutsche Bank wants to buy Russia's Impexbank - report

AFX News Limited06.01.2005, 04:59 AMFRANKFURT (AFX) - Deutsche Bank AG wants to buy Russia's Impexbank and is now examining its books, Handelsblatt reported, citing financial sources.It said the process of due diligence could take weeks.A Deutsche Bank spokesman declined comment, the report said.The newspaper also said CEO Josef Ackermann reiterated at the AGM two weeks ago Deutsche Bank's interest to expand its Russian business.The bank currently has a unit in Russia which attends to corporate customers and asset management... [Lire la suite]
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