Ministry of Economic Development (Russia)

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Ministry of Economic Development
Министерство экономического развития Российской Федерации
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Ministry Emblem
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Government of Russia
Headquarters 1,3 1-ya Tverskaya-Yamskaya, Moscow
55°46′13.48″N 37°35′39.85″E / 55.7704111°N 37.5944028°E / 55.7704111; 37.5944028Coordinates: 55°46′13.48″N 37°35′39.85″E / 55.7704111°N 37.5944028°E / 55.7704111; 37.5944028
Agency executive Alexey Ulyukaev, Minister
Child agencies Management of State Property
State Reserves
registration, inventory and mapping
Federal Service for Accreditation
Website [1]

The Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation (Russian: Министерство экономического развития Российской Федерации) is a federal ministry in the Russian Government for developing state policy and providing regulation in the sphere of analysis and forecasting of socioeconomic and business development.

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including medium-sized and small businesses, foreign economic activity (except for foreign trade), property relations, bankruptcy and financial recovery, evaluation activities, land-related transactions (except for agricultural lands), the State Register of Real Estate, state cadastral record-keeping and cadastral activity, state cadastral valuation of land, state monitoring of land (except for agricultural lands which is under the Russian Ministry of Agriculture), state registration of rights to real estate, geodesy and cartography, state statistical activities, investment activities and state investment, development of interstate and federal target programs (long-term target programs), departmental target programs, development and implementation of programs for Russia’s socioeconomic development, creation and maintenance of special economic areas in the Russian Federation, management of state material reserves, placement of orders for the delivery of goods, and the performance of work and services for state and municipal purposes.[1] The ministry also responsible for development of state policy and legal regulation in monitoring the sphere of legal protection and the use of the results of intellectual activity of civil, military, special and dual nature, created using the federal budget funds, as well as monitoring state contractors and the executors of government contracts in the said field of activity.[2]

The bank is active in developing financial inclusion policy and is a member of the Alliance for Financial Inclusion.[3]

The current minister is Alexey Ulyukaev, that was appointed by Putin in June 2013.[4]

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