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Discuss 2030 Strategy - the goal of the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum

Russian business has the opportunity to contribute to its "Strategy for the Socio-Economic Development of Russia to 2030" its vision of future transformations and to indicate the expected results

A series of discussion events with the participation of representatives of the expert community, business, educational institutions, research and public organizations, Russian companies took place at the RANEPA Expert Analytical Center (EAC RANEPA). More than 200 experts took part in face-to-face discussions, experts from Russian regions were also able to connect remotely.

Discuss 2030 Strategy - the goal of the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum
Back in July, following a meeting with members of the government's expert council on economic and financial development, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev pointed out the need to develop a “Strategy for Russia's socio-economic development until 2030”. The strategy is being prepared within the framework of the Federal Law No. 172-FZ “On strategic planning in the Russian Federation”. In contrast to Strategy 2020, the Strategy 2030 document has clearer requirements and is enshrined in the public administration system.

The discussions highlighted key problems, growth points and development drivers. It was also proposed to outline the expected result of the transformations and to present alternative ways of development, taking into account possible forks.

During the discussions, the positions of experts, sometimes controversial, in a wide range of areas, were identified, fresh ideas were identified. Such a variety of opinions is important in the development of such a significant document.

Victor Zhurba, General Director of KPI Holding, Deputy Chairman of the Business Russia Committee on Entrepreneurship in the Real Estate Economy.
“Import substitution is very important, but it is a catch-up strategy. The development of industry should go through the creation of new innovative products and services. "

Alexander Arkhipov, professor of the Russian Economic Academy G.V. Plekhanov. “It is necessary to improve the social insurance system. In the CHI system, it is advisable to exclude medical insurance organizations that duplicate the functions of the insurer - the Federal CHI Fund and to accelerate the development of additions to the CHI basic program - CHI +, which reduce informal payments by citizens. In compulsory social insurance in case of temporary disability and in connection with motherhood, personal income tax must be excluded from sick leave payments. This will reduce subsidies from the budget. "

Alexey Batyrev, Director of the National Charity Fund for the Development of Children's Rugby.
“For the development of children's sports, it is necessary to go to competitions. We consider it necessary to reimburse parents for travel expenses to official competitions either through taxes or through regional budgets. This would contribute not only to the development of sports, but also to promote sports tourism. "

Olga Makarenko, President of the ROOZHP "Princess Olga", a member of the International Guild of Financiers. “Today the main segments of the Russian securities market are: government treasury bonds and federal loan bonds. The stock market is the first to react to cyclical changes in macroeconomics. During a difficult economic period, foreign investors leave emerging markets, returning "home". And there are very few Russian investors. To maintain the competitiveness of the Russian economy in international markets and the country's economic development, it is necessary to promote the development of the Russian stock market. First of all, informing the population and involving investors and issuers a significant number of Russian residents. "

Sergey Obukhov, Doctor of Political Sciences, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Public Associations and Religious Organizations of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
“The main challenge for the Russian economy is growing social inequality. It is necessary to revise the basic principles of the distribution of national wealth. One could start with large state-owned enterprises, making all employees minority shareholders with a personal and direct stake in the success of their enterprises. A competent combination of material and non-material incentives for employees could increase labor productivity. In the context of the crisis, we see an increase in the number of self-employed citizens no less important. We are talking not only about small business, but also about agriculture: give people a hectare of land for life-long inheritance and provide minimal support from the state, and hundreds of thousands of citizens themselves will begin to supply themselves and the country with the necessary food.
In international relations, it is necessary to move to work on the territory of our competitors, including actively working not only with leaders, but also with the expert community.
Without meticulous long-term work with civil society, where there are Russian national interests, even the most productive contacts with foreign leaders can end at any time. Abroad there should be a whole army of real, not “paper” pro-Russian experts, journalists, public figures promoting our agenda. "

Jamilya Sozaeva, Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor at the State University of Management. “In the field of public administration - to develop a unified list of state functions to be performed by the authorities in the country; to develop a system of criteria that will determine the need to create or abolish structural units in government bodies and even government bodies themselves. In terms of civil service - to revise the system of positions and class ranks, motivation systems, improve the system of training and advanced training of personnel in the civil service. In the field of providing state and municipal services - to introduce a client-oriented approach with all relevant components. "

Daria Khalturina, Ph.D. in History, Head of the Strategic Risks and Threats Monitoring Group at the Center for Civilizational and Regional Studies of the Institute for African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
“A gradual increase in excise taxes on alcohol will help prevent smoking and alcohol abuse, avoid many diseases and deaths, and bring hundreds of billions of rubles a year to the state budget. The issues of illegal trade can be resolved, it is necessary to turn to world experience, to raise the sanctions for non-payment of excise taxes up to criminal ones and to modernize the EGAIS ”.

Larisa Gabueva, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of Economics and Management in the Social Sphere, RANEPA.
“It is necessary to introduce a strategy to ensure the health of citizens instead of tactical and medium-term plans for overcoming diseases. An interdepartmental body should be determined - a regulator of systemic monitoring of health indicators. In the development of health care, it is necessary to change the mechanisms of approval of FTP, GPC: it is proposed to approve the GPC “Health of the Russian population” with indicators of the effectiveness of its measures, reflecting the quality of healthy life of the population ”.

Discussions on the "Strategy for Russia's socio-economic development until 2030" are also held at other venues with the involvement of experts in specialized areas, which allows for competition of ideas and views, not closing the development of such a document to a narrow circle of familiar experts, but providing an opportunity to contribute to every interested person.

Taking this opportunity, we invite everyone to join the development and discussion of draft reports.
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