The government has talked about the lack of power of a single image of the future


The Ministry of economic development and the government must help shape a vision for the future, said first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov at the meeting of the economic development, reports . According to him, all point processes on the growth of the economy are important, but they “almost stupid if you don’t see a picture of the world tomorrow.”

“Because without this definition and the overall picture… And I can’t tell you that we all have the same understanding of what will be tomorrow’s future. We work every day — Sergey [Gorkov, the head of VEB], MS Nabiullina [Nabiullina, head of the Central Bank], we have a hundred years all together — but we cannot say that we are United by some common ideas about the future. We read the same books, is working on similar processes, but can not say [ … ] that […] we are United and at least to a greater extent understand, what is it future” — said Shuvalov.

Shuvalov stressed that the Ministry should not just engage in “activities” and it should be “informal headquarters” changes. And this Agency will help “connect the thought processes and through General discussion.”

The economic development Ministry is developing a plan to accelerate economic growth to 2025, it needs to be presented in may. Last week, the action plan discussed at the Krasnoyarsk economic forum. As reported on its results, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, the forum gathered 70-80 “ideas”, from which they will make a “harmonious plan.”

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The main focus of the forum — the transparency of state action and the implementation technology changes, said Oreshkin, the specific measures, the officials did not name.

Parallel reform strategy prepares the Center for strategic research of Alexei Kudrin. Between the Ministry of economic development and CSR is “positive” competition, recognized…. Thus CSR is not only economic, but also wider issues of geopolitics, the judicial system and law enforcement, added Kudrin.

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