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10 July , 12:36

Bashkiria hit Top in industrial policy implementation effectiveness rating in Russia

On July 9, at the Innoprom exhibition in Yekaterinburg, the results of the rating of the effectiveness of implementing industrial policy in Russia for 2023 were announced. Bashkortostan took first place for the third time.

Let us recall that since 2020, the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade has been assessing the effectiveness of the activities of executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in the industrial sector.

At the end of 2020 and 2021, Bashkortostan took first place, and at the end of 2022, it took third place. Now, the republic has again regained its first position in ranking the effectiveness of industrial policy implementation.

Moscow and the Moscow region shared second place in the ranking, with the Krasnodar Territory in third place. The top ten also included the St. Petersburg, Rostov region, Tatarstan, Chelyabinsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Omsk, Sverdlovsk, and Ryazan regions.

The rating was formed based on evaluating 42 indicators from five blocks.

The republic is a leader in the number of operating industrial clusters. We have 13 of them in the number of industrial and technology parks. There are 12 industrial parks and 19 technology parks in Bashkiria.

Like many regions, the issue of staffing production is essential for the republic. The need for designers, technologists, and IT specialists is exceptionally high today.

As part of implementing the “Professionalism” program in the region, the material base of colleges was strengthened, and 1.1 billion ruble subsidies were attracted. We created 14 educational and production clusters—the most in the country.

Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Anton Alikhanov noted that the rating has become an effective tool for monitoring the strengths and weaknesses of regional industrial development and helps subjects formulate the most effective support measures.

The federal minister emphasized that they plan to change the approach to forming the rating. The possibility of temporarily excluding the first three regions from the rating and assigning them “mentored” regions to improve the quality of management and their “reaching out” is being considered.

Author: Azat Gizzatullin

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