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Russian tourists are advised not to travel to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar

How immune to sanitary events is Dubai tourism industry? While international interest in MERS-CoV Coronavirus seems to recede, the Russian sanitary Rospotrebnadzor issued a warning and advised Russian tourists are not to travel to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar.

Источник: ИТАР-ТАСС. Москва.
Дата выпуска: 22.05.2013  17:21
Рубрика: ОБЩЕСТВО: ИНФЕКЦИЯ-КОРОНАВИРУС-РОСПОТРЕБНАДЗОР
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Роспотребнадзор просит Ростуризм информировать туристов о вероятности заражения
коронавирусом в Саудовской Аравии, ОАЭ и Катаре    МОСКВА, 22 мая. /ИТАР-ТАСС/. Туристы, отправляющиеся в Саудовскую Аравию,
Объединенные Арабские Эмираты /ОАЭ/ и Катар, должны быть информированы об
опасности заражения коронавирусом. Такое предложение в адрес Ростуризма направил
Роспотребнадзор. [...]

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27 May (Webinar) Russia Energy Focus – Gazprom and Rosneft

Register now for our next Web Seminar, with a focus on Energy in Russia with the example of analysing Gazprom and Rosneft general ecosystem. It will take place on the 27th of May (10AM London, 11AM Paris, 13AM Moscow).

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Infographic : 2013-05-27_Gazprom_Rosneft.pdf ; 2013-05-27_Gazprom_Rosneft2.pdf

Why it’s important?

Energy demand in emerging economies is increasing rapidly, particularly in China and India, and, according to the IEA2, this could result in global energy demand increasing by 40% between 2009-35, It is estimated that 90% of the growth in energy demand over this period will be in the non-OECD countries and that the absolute growth in natural gas demand will be nearly equal to that of oil and coal combined, with trade in natural gas nearly doubling. Estimates indicate that global investments of some $38 trillion in energy infrastructure are required over this period.
This will have implications for both Russia and the EU. The EU will account for a shrinking share of global fossil fuel markets. Emerging economies, particularly to the east, will become more prominent in Russian exports. Domestic factors also come into play, with the contribution of oil and gas to Russia’s GDP expected to decline from 24% in 2011 to 15% in 2035. In the EU, the transition to a low-carbon energy system will limit the growth in the use of fossil fuels.

Price volatility in oil and also in gas markets has increased over the past decade. Shale gas and other unconventional oil and gas sources have become potential important new sources of supply. The greater use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will make gas markets increasingly global with transport more independent of pipelines.

Further reading : our presentation at the Seminar “Energy & Russia” on Feb 29th 2013 (Paris).

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We provide financial institutions, corporate clients, governmental bodies and consultants with databases, innovative tools and robust integration patterns to implement an effective business intelligence strategy focused on the Russian market. Read about our professional tools, INTEGRUM Russian Media Monitoring and Russian Business Data.

Read the presentation here: 20130527_GapromRosneft_Webinar.pdf

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13 May (Webinar) Automotive Industry Focus – the example of Renault-Nissan AVTOVAZ

Register now for our next Web Seminar, with a focus on the Automotive Industry in Russia and examples from Renault-Nissan AVTOVAZ. It will take place on the 13th of May (10AM London, 11AM Paris, 13AM Moscow).

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If you missed today’s seminar on Business intelligence for Economic diplomacy, you can download the supporting presentation here:  20130506_EconomicDiplomacy

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SMI21 – Key people mentioned in Russian media – Monthly Review – April 2013

Today is the World Press Freedom Day. What do we really know about the Russian Media?

Our monthly quantitative review of the Russian Mass Media (SMI21) tells you who are the personnalities who made the headlines in the past month. We hope it will interest you.

For most organisations, knowing the big stories of the past month this is not enough. What’s really useful is detecting in advance the small stories that could become next month headlines in a particular sector (Energy, Agriculture, Industry, Politics, …), the weak signal.

Download 201304 RussoScopie SMI21 vF (PDF)

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INTEGRUM professional databases cover Russian newspapers, magazines, teletypes of information agencies, analytical and statistical bulletins, texts of laws, decrees, blogs etc. As of March 2013, INTEGRUM aggregates more than 10,000 data sources.

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