According to a survey by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, 96% of companies consider it important to take additional measures to promote exports. This was announced by the President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Alexander Shokhin at a meeting of the Coordinating Council for Export Support held at TASS on the topic "Country promotion of Russian goods on foreign markets."
"96% of respondents believe that not only is it necessary to maintain support, additional measures are needed to support exports," Alexander Shokhin said.
In his opinion, in order to increase the export potential of Russian enterprises, support chains are needed, including transport and logistics subsidies and large infrastructure projects, such as the Northern Sea Route and the North-South International Transport Corridor.
The head of the Union also noted that 78% of the companies surveyed by the Union believe that the Russian economy should be integrated into the world economy.