Stimulating localisation of production is one of the foreground tasks of the Russian industrial policy. The tendency of the Russian economy in the last years is an increase in the number of national producers in different manufacturing spheres. In 2015 the Russian Government established criteria to determine whether a product can be treated as “made in Russia”.
Laws and regulations in different spheres have been recently making preferences for “local products” by participation at state procurements. New mechanisms of developing business in Russia, such as a Special Investment Contract, have been implemented by the state. Over the last years great progress has been made in the development of industrial zones, clusters and parks.
Over 240 industrial parks and 48 clusters are currently in operation offering their residents comfortable conditions for establishing local manufacturing.
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