Russia pp 195-204 | Cite as

Infrastructure and Transportation

  • Mikhail Blinkin


The Russian banker, Andrey Kostin, speaking at the Sochi International Investment Forum in February 2017, argued that the key problem with the Russian transport system was that “[t]here is very little money. The state spends very little money on infrastructure—insanely little […]. [W]e still do not have a proper regulatory framework—a legislative basis for public-private partnerships. The result is that, in terms of the development of transport infrastructure, we are somewhere near the level of Gabon”1.

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  • Mikhail Blinkin
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  1. 1.Institute for Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies, Higher School of EconomicsMoscowRussia

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