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Saint-Petersburg – South-East Finland Prospects for Co-operation. Major Infrastructure Projects of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg – Centre of International Cooperation. St. Petersburg. Conception of Socioeconomic Development of St. Petersburg till 2025. Ring Road. Orlovsky Tunnel.

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Saint-Petersburg – South-East Finland

Prospects for Co-operation

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Major Infrastructure Projects of St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg – Centre of International Cooperation

St. Petersburg

Conception of Socioeconomic Development of

St. Petersburg till 2025

Ring Road

Orlovsky Tunnel

St. Petersburg Directions of Development:

International Cooperation

Trade and Transport

Innovation and Education

Sea Passenger Terminal

Western High-Speed Diameter

Airport

Pulkovo

Overhead

Express

Russia

Saint-Petersburg

Development

Economy

Regional partnership

St.Petersburg Corridor

Conclusion

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Finland - Strategic Partner of

St. Petersburg

Main Investment Projects in Industry

St. Petersburg Industry

Nissan

Index of industrial production:

Pepsi-Cola

The dynamics of foreign trade of Saint Petersburg with Finland

in the years 2000-2007 (million EURO)

Hyundai

Baltika

Seaport

British American Tobacco

Gillette

Wrigley

G.T.I.

GeneralMotors

Volume of shipped production:

bln.EUR

Magna

Susuki

Bosch-Siemens

Sewerstal

Flextronics

Toyota

ММК

Foxconn

Coca-Cola

Saint-Petersburg

Development

Economy

Regional partnership

St.Petersburg Corridor

Conclusion

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Regional Partnership

History of Co-operation

Partnership of St. Petersburg, Leningrad Region and South-East Finland

December 2002

first ideas

of combining

the resources

1990s

several

separate

projects

October 2003

analysis

“St. Petersburg

corridor”

May 2004

Vestra

Autumn 2004

Northern Dimension ICT Development

Network

SPB

  • Interreg III A programme area in South-East Finland
  • 488,200 inhabitants
  • 21,364 enterprises

June 2003

new Neighborhood

instrument

Savonlinna

Mikkeli

Imatra

December 2004

Fistra

Svetogorsk

2007

Signing of

agreement

Lappeenranta

Kouvola

Vyborg

Tacis programme area

Presentation of

St.Petersburg

Corridor ideas

Kotka

StPetersburg

May 2005

“SEF – SPB,

Lenoblast”

  • Leningrad region
  • 1.7 million inhabitants
  • 10,000 enterprises

Development

of mechanisms

to support

various projects

  • City of St Petersburg
  • 4.7 million inhabitants
  • 130,000 enterprises

June 2005

Strategy

“Vision 2013”

Estonia

Saint-Petersburg

Development

Economy

Regional partnership

St.Petersburg Corridor

Conclusion

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St. Petersburg Corridor

Priorities

St. Petersburg Corridor

Action 2007 - 2013

St. Petersburg CorridorObjectives

  • St. Petersburg Corridor will be developed and promoted as a unique area of co-operation between Russia and other parts of Europe
  • The Corridor area will become an economically, functionally and socially coherent entity
  • The area will become an internationally attractive business-location and one of the leading centers of economic activity in the Baltic Sea region
  • The idea of the Corridor will be developed as a part of the Northern Dimension policy and area, as a real heart of ND

1. To move from individual projects of separate towns to strategic and systematic co-operation within the entire area of South-East Finland, city of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region

2. To build the co-operation area as the real heart of the Northern Dimension

BUSINESS

COLLABOA-TION

AND COOPERA-TION DEVELOP-MENT

Working Group

INCREASE OF INNOVATION KNOWHOW AND SUPPORT OF INNOVATION DIFFUSION

Working Group

WELFARE AND TOURIST INDUSTRY DEVELOP-MENT

Working Group

LOGISTIC AND TRANSPORA-TION

NETWORK DEVELOP-MENT

Working Group

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES

Working Group

Saint-Petersburg

Development

Economy

Regional partnership

St.Petersburg Corridor

Conclusion

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St. Petersburg Corridor

bCorridor

InnoCorridor

TourCorridor

LogCorridor

EcoCorridor

Professional labour force training

Innovation Partnership

Water Tourism

SEF - NW Russia Pilot Area (platform & infrastructure)

Utilization of biogas and fertilizers from agriculture and landfills

Bioenergy projects

Saint-Petersburg

Joint innovations

Cross-Border Innovation Support Center

Nature, Rural, Adventure, Wellness Tourism

Development of border crossing transport technologies and information exchange

Establishment of Environmental Information Center for enterprises

in St. Petersburg

Development

Economy

Regional partnership

Business premises and merchandising house solutions

Innovation

commercialization

Joint marketing and distribution channels

Development of regional service networks and distribution centers

Development of biological wastewater treatment technology in LO municipal entities

St.Petersburg Corridor

Conclusion

Development of SME competence

Finnish-Russian Innovation University

Harmonization of educational and vocational programes

Deduction of wastewater load to the Gulf of Vyborg and Finland

In total 2007-2010 (as of 23.10.07)

Value of development projects and investments: approx. 750 M€

Results:

  • 7000 employment opportunities
  • minimum 450 M€ turnover (3 years)
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Welcome

to Saint-Petersburg

Web Resources:

Thank you for

your attention!

Committee for External Relations

Head of Department for Coordination of Foreign Economic Relations and Regional Cooperation

St. Petersburg Government website:

www.gov.spb.ru

Committee for External Relations website:

www.kvs.spb.ru

Ekaterina D. Belyakova

Head of Department for Coordination of Foreign Economic Relations and Regional Cooperation

Smolny

St. Petersburg

191060, Russia

tel. +7 (812) 576 74 15

fax +7 (812) 576 76 33

mob.: +7 921 903 00 69

cat@kvs.gov.spb.ru

Saint-Petersburg

Development

Economy

Regional partnership

St.Petersburg Corridor

Conclusion