The Federal Law On Industrial Policy in the Russian Federation sets out a wide range of tools to support the implementation of industrial projects in Russia. One of these tools is the new special investment contract, designed to take cooperation between government and business to a new level. The distinguishing feature of this contract is the stable business conditions it offers to investors, who take on certain obligations to create and modernize industry. Effectively, this is a fundamentally new investment regime aimed at industrial investors from around the world and designed to rectify the investment lapse in the non-financial sector. Furthermore, the law proposes a number of other tools to support and stimulate domestic industry, including financial and regulatory measures. What results have been observed after the introduction of these support tools? What are the governments plans for the further development of new mechanisms?