How to make national projects effective – the state should offer just enough support to keep our investments to a minimum, but at the same time investors should receive a minimum rate of return. Then everything will be managed better and done as it should be — Kirill Dmitriev, Chief Executive Officer, Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF).
There should be five or six funds [like the RDIF, – Ed.]. Firstly, this would mean that we could choose between funds, and secondly, it would be better for the economy — Vladimir Evtushenkov, Chairman of the Board, JSFC Sistema.
After the success of the RDIF, the Russian Federation should allocate resources so that we can look into what is required in the future – just the RDIF or many such funds — Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director, Parnasse SARL.
You cannot separate the private and public realms – the goal should be to form public-private partnerships — Mark Kurtser, General Director, Mother and Child Group of Companies .
The state plays a vital role in regulating the pharmaceutical industry: if back in 2010 the state had not begun to amend legislation on the distribution of medicines, then chances are nobody would have invested in the industry. And the boom in the development of technologies in Russia related to the production of high-tech products would not have happened — Petr Rodionov, General Director, Geropharm.