Euromoney special report 2014: Bashkortostan

Published in conjunction with: The Republic of Bashkortostan

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The Republic of Bashkortostan

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Introduction
Moving forward
From core industries to SMEs, Bashkortostan’s government is committed to providing the support that businesses need to thrive in a modern global environment.
An introduction by Rustem Khamitov, President of the Republic of Bashkortostan.

Macroeconomic focus
Upward trajectory
Prudent fiscal policies and strong fundamentals earned Bashkortostan investment-grade status from the world’s leading rating agencies in 2013.

Industry

Building on success
Bashkortostan’s traditional strengths in petrochemicals, agriculture and machine engineering are providing the springboard for the creation of a new generation of high-tech industries.

Industrial parks
Industrial parks and clusters: strength in numbers
The formation of industrial parks and clusters to promote cooperation between Bashkortostan’s leading companies and its growing SME sector constitutes a key plank of the regional government’s plans for economic development.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Home from home
Foreign investors will have instant access to a full range of business services and an unparalleled network of contacts when Ufa’s new B2B Centre opens this summer

Summits 2015
Catalyst for change
Ufa’s transport, conference and hotel infrastructure is undergoing a dramatic upgrade as the city prepares to host the world in 2015

World Games
A sporting challenge
As well as a centre for world-class summits and business forums, Ufa is also rapidly making a name for itself as a venue for international sporting events.

Tourism
Natural advantages
Bashkortostan’s pristine parks and snow-capped mountains make it a magnet for visitors from Russia and beyond – and offer a wealth of opportunities for investors.