It gives me great pleasure to introduce you to the Republic of Tatarstan, one of Russia's fastest-growing regions, located at the intersection of strategic trade routes, connecting northern and southern Russia, as well as Asia and Europe.
Today, it is widely known that Tatarstan has significant potential in terms of attracting direct investment, primarily from foreign countries. Leading consultancies rank the republic among Russia’s most favourable regions in terms of investment climate and business opportunity. International rating agency Moody’s gave Tatarstan a Ba1 investment rating, while rating agency Fitch gave it BBB, indicating that the region’s economy is both a highly reliable and attractive destination for investment. Today, 1,255 commercial organizations with foreign investment are registered in Tatarstan, of which 582 are wholly foreign-owned.
Tatarstan has established its own Tatarstan Investment Development Agency to ensure effective collaboration between the authorities and investors. This agency joined the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (WAIPA) in September, 2011. The Agency’s key objectives are promoting Tatarstan in the global economy, attracting investors to the republic, and supporting ongoing investment projects.
The Republic of Tatarstan is actively working to develop modern industrial sites with diverse profiles, as well as industrial parks and business process outsourcing centres, which provide a favourable environment and meet investor requirements.
Special Economic Zone is the best known of all such business platforms. Its residents have access to a fully established manufacturing, engineering, utilities, transport and customs infrastructure, while also enjoying a number of tax and customs benefits. Other facilities include the Technopolis Himgrad, which was specially designed for chemical and polymer processing companies, and the Kama Industrial Park (KIP) Master, which was specially designed for heavy engineering enterprises and is one of the republic’s prized initiatives. We are also currently working on the SMART City Kazan project - a state-of-the-art international business hub with the latest ICT facilities and infrastructure and eco-friendly technologies which will create a high quality of life and work. Kazan will have modern high quality infrastructure, comprised of an exhibition and convention centre, financial and administrative centres, a high-technological zone, an educational zone (primary and secondary schools, universities), private hospitals, and a commercial centre. Among the perspective residents of SMART City Kazan, there will be export; insurance and finance companies; business processes outsourcing centres; research centres; hotels and universities; governmental entities.
The Republic of Tatarstan is consistently implementing projects to develop industrial and park areas. Tatarstan’s legislation is in line with modern standards, and it also guarantees and protects the rights of investors. The relevant legislative base comprises the laws “On Foreign Investments of the Republic of Tatarstan” and “On Investment Activities of the Republic of Tatarstan”. A law “On public-private partnerships” was recently enacted in Tatarstan, which creates the essential conditions for expanding the number of PPP-based projects.
Particular attention should be paid to the development of Tatarstan’s transport network. Airlines, motorways, railways and navigable rivers constitute the core of this network. From a transport perspective, Tatarstan is located at a critical crossroads, linking the Urals, Siberia, and the Far East with European Russia and a number of CIS countries.
We can state with confidence that we are moving in the right direction, given that such internationally recognized companies as Ford-Sollers, Rockwool, Hayat Group, Daimler, Lufthansa, Schneider Electric, 3M, Armstrong and Fujitsu have all chosen Tatarstan as a place to do business.
I can ensure you that the key economic policy priorities of Tatarstan’s leadership have always been, and will continue to be, aimed at making the republic more attractive to the global investment community and supporting business development and entrepreneurial initiatives.
We would be delighted to welcome you as a business partner, and wish you every success as you carry out your projects here in the Republic of Tatarstan.
District fédéral de la Volga
Distance jusqu'à Moscou
Moscou—Kazan — 1 heure 20 minutes
3855.00 un million de personnes
4.70% de la population maîtrise l'anglais
Superficie de la région
67,8 mille km2
Produit régional brut₽ 1 547 151,70 milliards₽ 403 941,90 milliards mille par habitant
Volume d’investissements directs étrangers$ 540,20 millions$ 140,10 par habitant
Investissements dans le capital fixe₽ 542,78 mille roubles₽ 141 106 mille par habitant
Niveau de chômage enregistré3,90 %
Importance relative des entreprises rentables73,10 %
Average cost of living₽ 6 988
Rémunération mensuelle moyenne₽ 28 294
Situation géographique et climat
1190,85 mille personnes
522,05 mille personnes
235,61 mille personnes
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- 169,2 million m³
- 64930 thousand t
- 73,8 million m³
Ressources minérales combustibles
- 927,83 million t
Ressources en eau The largest rivers - the Volga (177 km), the Kama (380 km) have a supply total stock of 234 billion m³/year, 500 small rivers, 8 000 lakes and ponds, and 4 large reservoirs.