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Competition Policy Priorities

January 13, 2017, 12:00 – 14:00, Building 5, 5th Floor, Assembly Hall

Competition implies instability. However, to become stable, we need to be competitive. Competitors legally cause harm to each other’s interests, and the scope of this damage often exceeds the damage caused by illicit actions under the Penal Code. Competition can lead to loss of jobs and can ruin politically attractive entrepreneurs, including domestic producers and small businesses. Development of competition means that security will be reduced in some areas. 

Issues for Discussion

  • Ethics and the eternal values of competition
  • In which areas should protection be reduced?
  • Should protection of Russian companies from foreign competition be reduced?
  • Should public procurement be used to support businesses?
  • What should we answer to those who will suffer from the competition?


  • Andrei Makarov
    Andrei Makarov

    Chairman, State Duma Committee for Budget Issues and Taxes



  • Igor Shuvalov
    Igor Shuvalov

    First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation

  • Igor Artemyev
    Igor Artemyev

    Head, Federal Anti-monopoly Service

  • Anatoly Aksakov
    Anatoly Aksakov

    Head, State Duma Financial Market Committee

  • Alexey Likhachev
    Alexey Likhachev

    General Director, the Russian Federation National Nuclear Corporation “Rosatom”

  • Alexey Mordashov
    Alexey Mordashov

    Chairman of the Board of Directors, Severstal PJSC

  • Esko Aho
    Esko Aho

    Executive Chairman of the Board, East Office of Finnish Industries; Senior Fellow, Harvard University; Consultative Partner, Nokia Corporation; Prime Minister of Finland (1991-1995)