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Collaborative teams to promote export to Russia

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The Finnish-Russian Intergovernmental Economic Commission and its working groups promote direct business relationships and investments, and open doors to Finnish and Russian companies. The working groups are open for all Finnish and Russian companies and organisations. In the working group, you can present your company's activities and services, gain solutions to the challenges you have met in the Russian market, and network with Russian companies.

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment is responsible for nine regional working groups in the Russian Federation. Small and medium-sized enterprises will receive assistance in creating connections to the hard-to-reach market of the Russian Federation through official contacts. The activities take place in seminars and events. The following regional working groups operate in the Economic Commission:

o Moscow city

o Sverdlovsk region

o Nizhny Novgorod region

o The Republic of Tatarstan

o The Republic of Bashkortostan

o The Komi Republic

o Nenets Autonomous Okrug

o Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Sector-specific cooperation is carried out in six working groups, the objective of which is to promote cooperation between companies and organisations, as well as the development and internationalisation of the entire sector. The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment is in charge of the following sector-specific working groups:

◦ Electricity and efficient energy use

◦ Innovations

◦ Investments

◦ Shipbuilding

◦ Forest industry

◦ Oil and gas

Do the following

Contact the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment for more information on the working groups.

To whom and on what terms

All companies interested in the Russian market can participate in the activities of the working groups operating under the Economic Commission free of charge.

Basic information

Responsible for the serviceMinistry of Economic Affairs and Employment
The service is provided byMinistry of Economic Affairs and Employment
Area Whole Finland
Available languagesFinnish, Swedish, English
Text edited by: Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
Updated: 2/8/2019