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Made in Ural is a web-portal made by the government of Sverdlovsk region as a modern digital source of information for export-oriented enterprises. This website is also meant to serve as an instrument for further export development by means of featuring the competencies of the region.

The following information will be found useful for the Sverdlovsk region’s organizations including the enterprises currently engaged in foreign economic activities and the ones that will take part in it in future:

  • A calendar of events in the field of international cooperation, including the events with the participation of the business community and the government of the Sverdlovsk region;
  • Information on the infrastructure, projects and programs under development, and the measures taken to support export business on regional and federal levels;
  • Latest news in the sphere of foreign trade and its regulation.
  • Statistical and analytic data, including foreign markets data.

The following content will be appealing for foreign partners of Sverdlovsk region:

  • Register of export-oriented enterprises of Sverdlovsk region with relevant contact information and a convenient search by economic sectors.
  • Information on the region goods and services competitive on global markets.
  • Relevant information about the region, which includes the key benefits of partnership with the Sverdlovsk region and enterprises on its territory.

The portal was launched in 2018, and its tools and content are in the process of further enhance. The target audience of the portal includes the business and academic community of the Sverdlovsk region, the region’s foreign partners (both current and potential), development institutions and the subjects of the infrastructural support of foreign trade activities, federal executive authorities, a joint-stock company “Russian Export Centre”, Trade Representations of the Russian Federation in other countries as well as all people who take an interest in the sphere of external economic links.

For all questions regarding the functioning of the Portal, please contact – Department of analytical support of investment activities of the Ministry of international and external economic relations of the Sverdlovsk region. No.: +7 (343) 312-03-73, email: a.nagaeva@egov66.ru.

 

 

Link to the website: https://en.made-in-ural.ru/

Den 11 december 2018 träffades A. Abramov, Rysslands handelsrepresentant i Sverige med Patrick Antoni, CEO för Ingka Grupp i Ryssland samt med Igor Kisil, IKEA Rysslands kommunikationschef.

Under mötet diskuterades frågor kring Ingka-koncernens vidare investeringar i de ryska regionerna, samarbetet mellan små och medelstora ryska och svenska företag samt planerna för 2019

Ryssland är den fjärde största världsmarknaden för IKEA. Bolagets totala området för detaljhandel och kontorsutrymme i Ryssland är mer än 2 miljoner kvadratmeter. Utöver byggandet av shopping- och nöjescenter utvecklar Ingka sin egen produktion av möbler och komponenter i Ryssland. Under perioden med IKEAs verksamhet i Ryssland byggdes 14 shopping- och nöjescenter i de flesta största ryska städerna –  Moskva, St Petersburg, Jekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Krasnodar, Rostov-Don-Kazan, Omsk, Ufa, Samara. Det totala antalet IKEA-anställda i Ryssland överstiger 12 tusen personer.

December 7th, 2018 Minister for housing and communal services of the Moscow region Evgeniy Khromushin, First Deputy Minister for ecology and natural resources of the Moscow region Natalia Egorova and Trade Representative of Russia in Sweden Aleksandr Abramov visited the energy company Borlänge Energi AB in the city Borlänge.

Borlänge Energi AB is a regional supplier of energy and services (electricity, heat, water, etc.), the bulk of which is produced from renewable sources, including garbage recycling. The energy is generated from urban and imported household waste, biomass, pellets and other renewable sources.

During the visit, the Russian delegation studied the technology of production and supply with heat and electricity of this Swedish region, examined the economic component of construction and operation of production. The inspection of the company’s capacities for acceptance, storage, separation, shredding and use of household waste as an energy carrier was conducted.

 

DALEXPOCENTER is an exhibition, convention, and trade mission company based in Vladivostok, Russia. A prominent player at Russia’s Far East tradeshow market since 1994, the company has produced over 160 tradeshows and over 150 meetings and conventions. DALEXPOCENTER is a member of the Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs, Primorsky Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Public Council of Primorsky Territory Businessmen. Our projects are supported by the Russian federal ministries, Primorsky Territory Government, City of Vladivostok, major professional associations of Russia, and the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. DALEXPOCENTER is creating opportunities for companies to develop new business and meet trade partners in Primorsky Territory, one of Russia’s most thriving and dynamic regions.

DALEXPOCENTER has great experience in executing and hosting business missions and b2b meetings to facilitate networking opportunities for Russian and international companies and to strengthen international trade cooperation in Pacific Asia.

We have established strong partnership relations with international governmental agencies, professional associations, and trade fair organizers and we are open to any kind of cooperation!

Don’t miss tremendous business opportunities to access the fast-growing market of the Russian Far East through Dalexpocenter’s tradeshows!

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On November 15, 2018, the Russian Trade Representation in Sweden hold a reception dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the establishment of trade relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Sweden.
The official reception was attended by the representatives of the Swedish business community, the Swedish Foreign Ministry and other Swedish governmental institutions, as well as representatives of the diplomatic corps.
The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to Sweden V.I. Tatarintsev, Trade Representative of the Russian Federation in Sweden A.V. Abramov and the Director General for Trade of the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr. Teppo Tauriainen addressed the audience with the welcoming speeches.

 

 

Trade and economic relations between Russia and Sweden are staying stable. In 1918, Sweden became the first western country to supply agricultural equipment for the Russian Federation. In the Soviet years, such well-known Swedish companies as De Laval, Tetra Pak, and Volvo established at the Russian market. Today more than 500 companies with Swedish participation are registered in the Russian Federation, most of them manufacturing companies. Well known Swedish companies Atlas Copco, Epiroc, SKF and many others make a significant contribution to the development of the Russian economy. Swedish companies steadily occupy leading positions in comparison with the other investors to Russia by the volume of the direct investments to the Russian economy. IKEA, for example, is the largest private foreign investor in Russia. The investment fund East Capital is the largest institutional investor in the Russian securities.
For the Russian Federation, it is of great importance to attract, together with Swedish investments, advanced technologies and innovations, the experience of increasing production efficiency and forming a circular economy.