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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Gulnara Nabiullina
Increasing the Global Competitiveness of Russian Petrochemical Industry through the Instruments of Public Policy
World Economy
(Master’s programme)
2017
The national economy structure is deformed. It is a well-know fact of the need to reorient the economy. Russian petrochemical industry needs an improvement and development as it provides the opportunity to produce and sell high-added value products. In addition, Russia has some advantages that help to achieve a success in the industry. The role of public administration is considered in this paper in order to petrochemical sector development. Furthermore, there some best practices provided. Currents industrial problems are mentioned. Finally, there some measures to improve today public policy in petrochemical sector to improve Russian competitiveness in the world market.

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