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A new reality for the global economy – from the Atlantic to the Pacific

Themes for discussion:

• The future of the oil industry: a new strategic outlook on supply, demand, and market balance, and the pursuit of a new socioeconomic development model.

• The structural economic crisis and the pandemic: seeking a new geopolitical and socioeconomic order (Europe, Eurasia, the US, China). • Prospects for the gas industry, particularly LNG, in the new economic reality.

• The key role of genetics and genome research in the new socioeconomic reality: the contribution made by gene technology to medicine, the environment, agriculture, industry and energy.

• Europe-Eurasia links: logistics, transport, communications, digitalization and the need for political dialogue.

• Overcoming social inequality and poverty as today’s society evolves.

• How can banks, fintech and financial regulators respond to young people calling for more socioeconomic responsibility?

• Different global recovery models and strategies for rebooting economic growth and prosperous international trade.

• The current socioeconomic crisis: is it time to re-energize the dialogue between Europe and Russia?

Forum participants: leading figures in politics, government, and society; ministers of the Eurasian Economic Commission; heads of major corporations and banks; business representatives; diplomats; experts; and journalists

Organizers: Conoscere Eurasia Association, the Roscongress Foundation

The Forum is held under the patronage of the Verona city administration

IMBRICS is an annual platform that brings together the municipalities of the five countries to build political, economic and humanitarian cooperation. The Forum’s platforms are geared towards a presentation of socio-economic opportunities and municipal achievements in scientific and engineering efforts, as well as an exchange of best practices aimed at the development of mutually beneficial integration processes. On the margins of the IMBRICS Forum municipalities have an opportunity to present their investment-attractive projects for profitable capital injection, and delegates can establish new business contacts.

The Forum’s program is focused on the discussion of key issues in the field of economic development, trade, investment diversification and evolution of BRICS investment policy, construction and modernization of urban infrastructure, digitalization and innovative technologies, agriculture, ecology, tourism, culture and education, sports, humanitarian cooperation and social project management.

Russian and foreign statesmen, representatives of business and scientific circles, corporate executives, authoritative public experts and many others participate in the Forum.


Dear Friends,

We are glad to invite you to participate in Industrial Dialogue: Russia – Sweden starting at INNOPROM ONLINE platform 11 a.m. Swedish time, October, 7th , 2020.

Top managers from both Swedish and Russian major companies will exchange views on Global development, New technologies and their impact on our everyday life, Modern industrial trends.

Sweden is a highly important foreign trade partner for the Russian Federation which supplies high-technology products and owns cutting-edge innovative technologies. Bilateral relations are successfully developing in such sectors as metallurgy and machine building, automobile and pharmaceutical industries.

TOPICS for discussiaon

  • Industrial cooperation: opportunities for cooperation
  • How to increase mutual trade flows
  • Innovation technologies: what both countries are to offer

Registration available here https://innoprom.com/en/calendar-events/innoprom-online-7-october

Glad to see You in our forum


Today, there are more than 1000 enterprises in Russia engaged in shipbuilding and repair of vessels of various categories, as well as development and production of propulsion, hydroacoustic, navigation, deck and other types of equipment, shipbuilding materials and various ship components. Some enterprises carry out scientific activities in the field of shipbuilding and marine technology.
• It is planned to build 406 vessels with a total deadweight of 11.7 million tons by 2030
• Russian transport companies annually place orders abroad for the construction of vessels worth more than $2-3 billion Structure of shipbuilding imports:
60% – cargo, cruise, and sightseeing vessels, ferries, barges, etc.
3% – fishing vessels and other watercraft for processing and canning fish products
7% – tugs and pushers
27% – floating beacons, fire boats, dredging barges, floating cranes and other watercraft 3% – other
• In commercial shipbuilding, the volume of imports is almost 80% of the total project cost
• Purchase of components amounts to about $7 billion per year, (approximately 600 items)
List of the main imported components:
Power plants
Deck equipment for vessels operating in Arctic conditions
Marine diesel engines and pumps (Spare parts for marine engines)
Compressors and gas turboblowers
Marine electrical equipment
Marine fixtures and fuel injection equipment
Hydraulic steering gears, anchor windlasses, pneumatic tools
Controls for controllable-pitch propellers (CPP)
Hydraulic cranes, capstans, fishing ship winches, oceanographic equipment and hydraulic systems