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Analysis of Key Sectors of Russia: Infrastructure, Retail, Automobile Market, Tourism, Financial Services 2017 - 2022

  • ID: 4388840
  • Country Profile
  • Region: Russia
  • 141 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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Russia, a country riddled with a troubled past, a recent catapult to prosperity, is indisputably a land of opportunities. The leading country in Emerging Europe, Russia is no stranger to international politics affecting its economy. Indeed, the recent annexation of Crimea, a part of Ukraine by Russia has resulted in disgruntled sentiments across the globe, most particularly in the West.

The fall in Ruble registered after the Ukraine crisis has increased cost of imports, inflation, interest rates, recession and joblessness, and an overall slump in the economy. The Russian Trading System, calculated in terms of the US dollars suffered a drop of about 4%. Even with the MICEX having risen by about 2% in this time, investors remain wary and trade continues to be sparse. The current Ruble value of about ?50 against US$1 is a stark comparison with the average of ?32 at the start of 2014, registering an average devaluation of about 40% since 2014.

Exacerbating the situation is the drop in price of oil. The Russian economy’s dependence on oil can only be called precarious. Russia has about 87 billion barrels of oil, and about 1163trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves. Making up about 70% of all export value, and contributing about 30% to the country’s federal budget and a quarter of the GDP, oil’s contribution to Russia’s GDP is projected to further increase to 50% in the coming decades.

It is the increase in global prices of oil that drove the growth of Russian economy between 2000 and 2010, catapulting it to the foremost position in the list of Emerging European countries. The drop of price of oil from US$110 a barrel to about $60 a barrel has resulted in an increase in demand with a simultaneous decrease in investment for new production, leaving the Russian economy vulnerable.

Furthermore, the sanctions enforced by the US moderately impact new exploration and production of shale due to loss of technology Western firms would have introduced, and a more severe restriction on software transfer. While alliances with Asia can solve the latter problem for Russia, over the longer term, its dominance as a world leader reliant on the oil business can be seen diminishing.

However, this also gives the country to strengthen and optimize for output other sectors that have the potential to grow. Markets not closely related to imports have registered only a marginal decline. Despite ranking low on key parameters: 92 out of 112 on Ease of Doing Business, 67 out of 144 on Transparency International, being on the USTR IPR watch list, and being infamous for corruption and unnecessary bureaucracy, Russian markets have much to offer.


Government focus on infrastructural development in transport as well as other sectors in view of the upcoming World Cup 2018 will drive growth in infrastructure. Saturated retail markets in big cities will give way to interior smaller cities. The government’s determined drive to localize production and to increase trade relations with Asia will bring about interesting economic changes.


This Report Offers:

This report will contain micro & macro factors that affect Russia’s market on both Global and Regional scale. It will provide insights pertaining to specified topics and key drivers & restraints for the market particular to each mentioned sector and sub-sector. The report will identify factors instrumental in changing the market scenarios, rising prospective opportunities and identification of key companies which can influence the market on a global and regional scale.

It also contains competition analysis on global & regional scale providing region specific assessments. Competitive landscape will contain profiles of multiple companies along with their strategic initiatives and market shares. Finally, it offers a comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.
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1. Introduction
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Research methodology
1.3 Definition of the Market
1.4 Areas covered
2. Executive Summary
3. Key Findings of the Study
4. Market Overview
5. Introduction
6. Economic Indicators
6.1 GDP
6.2 GDP Growth
6.3 Inflation rate
6.4 Interest Rate
6.5 Unemployment Rate
6.6 Fiscal Deficit
6.7 Current Account Deficit
7. Market Segmentation
8. Investment Opportunities
9. Market Dynamics
10. Infrastructure Market
10.1 Drivers
10.1.1 FIFA World Cup 2018
10.1.2 Energy Strategy 2030
10.1.3 Rail Transport Development Strategy 2030
10.1.4 Tier-II Cities Grow
10.2 Restraints
10.2.1 Corruption
10.2.2 Select Vendors Benefit
10.2.3 Lack of Qualified Engineers
10.2.4 Resistance to New Technologies
10.2.5 Prohibitive Administrative and Regulatory Barriers
10.2.6 International Sanctions
10.3 Opportunities
10.3.1 E-Commerce for Bidding
10.3.2 Retail Construction
10.3.3 All-Round Investment for Upcoming Games
11. Retail Market
11.1 Drivers
11.1.1 Increasing Per Capita GDP
11.1.2 Positive Consumer Perception towards FMCG Market
11.1.3 High growth in Small Cities
11.2 Restraints
11.2.1 Crisis Pushes Conservative Spending's
11.2.2 Lower Profitability
11.2.3 Recession, Inflation
11.3 Opportunities
11.3.1 Online Retail
11.3.2 Storage and Distribution
12. Automobile Market
12.1 Drivers
12.1.1 Currency Exchange Value
12.1.2 Car and Truck Scrap page Scheme
12.1.3 Government Initiative's in developing Local Market for Production
12.2 Restraints
12.2.1 Lower Relative Income
12.2.2 High Production Costs
12.2.3 Increasing Borrowing Costs
12.3 Opportunities
12.3.1 Low Cost Purchase of Production Units
12.3.2 Used Cars Markets
12.3.3 Impetus to Local Sourcing
12.3.4 Stakeholder of Automobile Companies
13. Financial Services
13.1 Drivers
13.1.1 Skilled Labours
13.1.2 Increasing Banking Needs
13.1.3 Robust Economic Growth
13.1.4 People Tend to Save Money
13.1.5 Investments
13.1.6 Growing Secondary Market
13.2 Restraints
13.2.1 Low Interest Rates
13.2.2 High Non Performing Assets
13.2.3 Closed Stock Market for Foreigners
13.3 Opportunities
13.3.1 Broker in Stock Exchange
13.3.2 Demat Services
13.3.3 Merchant Banking/Investment Banker
14. Tourism
14.1 Drivers
14.1.1 Increase in Online Bookings
14.1.2 International Travel Pushed by Depreciating Ruble
14.1.3 On Arrival Visa facility to most of the countries
14.2 Restraints
14.2.1 Bankruptcy of Local Tour Operators
14.2.2 High Fares
14.2.3 High Overall Construction Cost
14.3 Opportunities
14.3.1 Broker/Advisor
14.3.2 Travel Agents
14.3.3 Resorts/Hotels
15. Industry Value Chain Analysis
16. Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
17. Industry Policies
18. Infrastructure Market
18.1 Summary
18.2 Key Findings
18.3 Sales
18.4 Consumption pattern
18.5 Exports
18.6 Imports
18.7 Prices
18.8 Major Companies
18.9 Commercial Construction
18.9.1 Statistics
18.9.2 Key Findings
18.9.3 Major Companies
18.9.4 Projects
18.9.5 Upcoming Projects
18.10 Industrial Construction
18.10.1 Statistics
18.10.2 Key Findings
18.10.3 Major Companies
18.10.4 Projects
18.10.5 Upcoming Projects
18.11 Infrastructure Construction
18.11.1 Statistics
18.11.2 Key Findings
18.11.3 Major Companies
18.11.4 Projects
18.11.5 Upcoming Projects
18.12 Institutional Construction
18.12.1 Statistics
18.12.2 Key Findings
18.12.3 Major Companies
18.12.4 Projects
18.12.5 Upcoming Projects
18.13 Residential Construction
18.13.1 Statistics
18.13.2 Key Findings
18.13.3 Major Companies
18.13.4 Projects
18.13.5 Upcoming Projects
18.14 Market demand to 2020
19. Retail Market
19.1 Summary
19.2 Food Products
19.2.1 Key Findings
19.2.2 Sales
19.2.3 Consumption pattern
19.2.4 Exports
19.2.5 Imports
19.2.6 Prices
19.3 Non-food Products
19.3.1 Key Findings
19.3.2 Sales
19.3.3 Consumption pattern
19.3.4 Exports
19.3.5 Imports
19.3.6 Prices
19.4 Major Companies
19.5 Prices
19.6 Market demand to 2020.
20. Automobile Market
20.1 Summary
20.2 Key Findings
20.3 Production
20.4 Consumption pattern
20.5 Major Companies
20.6 Imports
20.6.1 Key Findings
20.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
20.6.3 Prices
20.6.4 Major Companies
20.7 Export
20.7.1 Key Findings
20.7.2 Major Importing Countries
20.7.3 Prices
20.7.4 Major Companies
20.8 Market demand to 2020.
21. Financial Services
21.1 Summary
21.2 Key Findings
21.3 Financial System
21.4 Stock Market
21.4.1 Key Findings
21.4.2 Major Players
21.4.3 Major Companies
21.4.4 Government Regulations
21.4.5 Index and Its Performance
21.4.6 Market Volatility
21.4.7 Foreign Investment
21.5 Commodity Market
21.5.1 Key Findings
21.5.2 Major Commodities
21.5.3 Major Companies
21.5.4 Government Regulations
21.5.5 Market Volatility
21.5.6 Foreign Investment
21.6 Mutual Funds
21.6.1 Key Findings
21.6.2 Major Commodities
21.6.3 Major Trends
21.7 Insurance
21.7.1 Key Findings
21.7.2 Major Commodities
21.7.3 Major Trends
21.8 Market demand to 2020.
22. Tourism Market
22.1 Summary
22.2 Key Findings
22.3 Tourists (Country Wise)
22.4 Major Locations
22.5 Major Companies
22.6 Market demand to 2020.
23. Competitive Landscape
23.1 Existing Companies
23.2 Upcoming Companies and Projects.
24. List of Figures
25. List of Tables
26. Abbreviations
27. Works Cited
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