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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Denis Nikiforov
Ensuring National Interests of Russia in the WTO after Accession to the Organisation
World Economy
(Bachelor’s programme)
Theme: "Protection of Russia's national interests in the WTO after accession to the Organization"

The volume of the degree work is 47 pages.

The introduction reveals the relevance of the research, the problem, the purpose, the research tasks, the object and the object and hypothesis of work are determined.

The purpose of this study is to examine the the impact of WTO membership on Russia, as well as the challenges and opportunities of Russia as a member of the WTO.

The objectives of the study: to inspect the interests of Russia in accession, their implementation for the last 5-6 years. Conduct industry analysis (problem industries and regions).

The second chapter reveals the specifics of Russia's accession and participation in the WTO. It also discusses the prospects for the development of russian companies after the opening of wide access to foreign markets and the threats that are associated with this.

The third chapter is a description and proposals on methods to protect Russia's national interests, as well as ways to ensure their maximum effectiveness. It conducts a regional-sectoral study of Russia and a review of vulnerable subjects of the Russian Federation and industries. The main problems related to ensuring Russia's national interests, including political (economic sanctions and counter-sanctions), as well as development of new mega-regional associations.

The conclusion is devoted to the conclusions on the implementation of Russia's national interests in the international arena, ways to increase the competitiveness of domestic production and an effective policy of subsidizing industries.

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