Victor Zhurba, the CEO of KPI Holding, and Evgeny Magomedov, the deputy director general on development and public relations of KPI Holding, participated in the working group meeting of the State Council of the Russian Federation concerning "Measures for Investment Appeal Increase of Territorial Subjects of the Russian Federation".


The meeting of entrepreneurs creating business or starting new projects in Russia in 2015 with the Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev took place within "Sochi 2016" international investment forum passing from September 28 to October 2, 2016.


The supervisory board of the Monotowns Development Fund (MDF) under the chairmanship of the First Deputy Chief of the Apparat of Government of the Russian Federation Maxim Akimov approved the request of the Chuvash Republic for receipt of 739 million rubles for the purpose of engineering and transport infrastructure creation, including the industrial park in Kanash city with total area of 37 hectares, for placement of new productions on the territory of Kanash monotown. Chuvash Republic co-finances the city infrastructure creation in the amount of 240 million rubles at the expense of the consolidated republican budget. The number of investment projects declared is 15, the total amount of investments - 8,5 billion rubles.


On September 7, 2016 Victor Zhurba, the CEO of KPI Holding, and Kirill Zaytsev, the Commercial director, participated in the State Council of the Russian Federation working group meeting concerning "Measures of Investment Appeal Increase in Subjects of the Russian Federation". The head of the working group was Vladimir Yakushev, the Governor of Tyumen region. Igor Levitin, The Special advisor to the president of the Russian Federation, opened the meeting. In the introduction he marked significant differences in the actual dates of the construction license receipt and connection to the engineering infrastructure objects in various subjects of the Russian Federation.


On August 18, 2016, Kirill Zaytsev, the board member of KPI Holding and Igor Chuvardinsky, the head of Department of investment projects of KPI Holding, participated in the VII Stolypin conference "Regions of Siberia: possibilities of economic development" which took place in Barnaul on August 16-19, 2016.



In 2014 The Government of RF agreed the state program "Industry development and its competitiveness increase" the goal of which is stable and structurally balanced industry creation in the country and development of new innovation products markets for the economy development. One of the components of this program is "Industrial parks" subprogram which is aimed to develop industrial parks, technical parks and industrial clusters – points of economical and industrial development of the regions.


Difficulties in economy, adverse investment climate and currencies rate fluctuations had a storng impact on the labor market. Labor demand was chaotic: steady periods were replaced by rises and recessions, employers salary proposals fluctuated and expectations of job seekers decreased. At the same time requirements to job seekers raised: most of employers relied not on quantity, but on efficiency of manpower.


Questions of Russian regions development become more and more urgent. The balanced and sustainable social and economic development of territorial subjects of the Russian Federation and Russia in general is impossible without the accurate reference points reflecting the desirable image of future in the long term. In regional government the main role of this image forming, determination of the priority directions and specific purposes is carried out by strategic planning therefore efficiency of all management activity depends on its quality.


In 2009-2013 the security market of Russia developed quite dynamically. However from the middle of 2014 due to the change of geopolitical situation and sanctions imposition from the USA and the countries of Europe, and also oil reduction in cost, recession of financial turnovers began on the Russian stock market. In 2015 the situation on the market worsened. In the conditions of the international isolation and in the observed positive shifts absence professional participants of steel market were less active, and the Russian security market passed into the stagnation mode.