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Vladimir Salamatov

Vladimir Salamatov

Head of the Department of Commerce and Trade Regulation at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University); CEO, International Trade and Integration; Chairman, EAEU Business Council on Trade and Economic Cooperation with the PRC and other Priority Trade Partners
Biography

Head of the Department of Commerce and Trade Regulation at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University). Head of the Department of International Commerce at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). Professor of the Department of Theory and Practice of Business and Government Interaction at the National Research University Higher School of Economics. Chairman of the EAEU Business Council on Trade and Economic Cooperation with the PRC and other priority trade partners.

In 1980, Vladimir Salamatov graduated from the Moscow Automobile and Road Institute (MADI), major in Mechanical Engineering, diploma with honors. In 1984, he completed his post-graduate studies and was awarded a Candidate of Engineering Sciences (Research Doctorate) degree by the decision of the Council of MADI dated June 21, 1984.

In 1998, he graduated from the Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation, major in Finance and Credit, qualified as Economist, diploma with honors.

CEO of the International Trade and Integration Research Center (ITI). The activities of the Research Center are aimed at system analysis of the participation of Russia in global trade, at discovering and classifying non-tariff barriers in trading with key economic partners of the country, and at publishing in this field. Besides, ITI has exclusive competence in the area of technical regulations and technical barriers.

Vladimir Salamatov is one of the group of leading Russian experts on technical regulation, international recognition of conformity assessment, developing mega-regional trade agreements, building production chains in CIS, and on economic integration of the EAEU, SCO and BRICS countries.

From 2010 to 2011, acting as Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and a member of the Working Group, he was in charge of the negotiations on Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization with regard to technical trade barriers.

In 2014, he was a member of the Working Group of the State Council of the Russian Federation under the President of the Russian Federation for preparation of the report «On Enhancing the Russian Business Competitiveness in the Present Context», and a member of the Working Group of the Ministry of Industry and Trade for Protection and Quality Control of Industrial Products.

Since 2013 — Chairman of the Public Council under the Federal Accreditation Service (Rosaccreditation).

Since November 2016 — Chairman of the EAEU Business Council on Trade and Economic Cooperation with the People’s Republic of China.

In 2014, he was named the CEO of the year in the category Growth Performance by The Moscow Times Awards.

Vladimir Salamatov is the author of over 75 published academic papers and monographs.

Acting 2nd Class State Advisor of the Russian Federation.

State awards and honorary titles: Order of the Badge of Honor, Order of Friendship, Medal «For Contribution to the Establishment of the Customs Union»; «Honored Worker of Fuel and Energy Complex», «Honored Metrologist», «50 Years of the Military-Industrial Complex», Chest Badge «Small Arms Maker M.T. Kalashnikov», Gratitude from the President of the Russian Federation «For a great contribution to the economic policy of the state», Certificate of Honor from the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation «For the achievements in completing the negotiations on Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization».