DEUTH MANAGERS IN RUSSIA

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TRAINING PROGRAM FOR DEUTH MANAGERS IN RUSSIA

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  • TRAINING PROGRAM FOR DEUTH MANAGERS IN RUSSIA Dr. Olga KOLOSOVA Director of Educational Dpt. SPRIC , Vice Director of Institute of Innovatics SPbSPU, Professor
  • ST. PETERSBURG IN FIGURES
  • HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
    • Founded 27 (16) May 1703
    • St. Petersburg 17031914
    • Petrograd 19141924
    • Leningrad 19241991
  • ST. PETERSBURG
  • HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
    • The historical name of St. Petersburg was readopted on 6 September 1991.
    • Capital of Russia in 17121918 (except 17281731).
    • It is an independent administrative-territorial unit from December 1931.
    • City of federal significance according to the constitution of Russia of 1993.
  • ST. PETERSBURG
  • HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
    • Geographical coordinates
    • 5957 north latitude : 3019 east longitude
    • Area of St. Petersburg is 1,4 thousand km2
    • Inhabitants/km2 3,3 thousand people
    • Main river Neva (32 km long within the city limits)
    • Climate
    • Mean annual temperature +6,4
    • Mean temperature in February - 6,4
    • Mean temperature in July +20,1
    • Mean annual precipitation 651 mm
  • MAIN SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS 1 11,7 103,7 Volume of works performed by kind of economic activity construction 104,2 - Industry production index 118,1 1558,8 Volume of business (in current prices) 97,2 19,4 Officially registered unemployed people, thousand persons 108,1 - Real 123,6 10791 Nominal, roubles Accrual average monthly salary of one person: 112,7 - Real monetary income per capita 128,8 136,9 Monetary income per capita/year, thous. Roubles In % to 200 4 Bill.roubles
  • MAIN SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS 112,0 - Consumer price index for goods and services % 143,9 1417 Foreign investments, mln. US dollars 109,7 154,1 Fixed capital investments 102,7 126,4 Paid services volume 113,6 15,9 Public catering turnover 120,2 283,6 Retail turnover 127,0 53,3 Volume of communications 101,1 89,9 Transportation (dispatch) of cargo, million tones 111,9 2273 Commissioned dwellings, thousand sq. m of general area In % to 200 4 Bill.roubles
  • NUMBER OF POPULATION 2526 2537 2548 2564 Females 2055 2063 2076 2093 Males 4581 4600 4624 4657 Total 200 6 200 5 200 4 200 3
  • NUMBER OF POPULATIONS BY DISTRICT 224, 3 225,8 231,1 Tsentral'ny 39 3 ,2 399,0 402,7 Frunzenskiy 120, 6 119,0 117,1 Pyshkinskiy 405,0 401,6 397,5 Primorskiy 115, 1 115,0 114,1 Petrodvortsovy 126,3 128,5 131,5 Petrogradskiy 436,6 435,1 434,5 Nevskiy 266, 3 268,9 272,4 Moskovskiy 67, 5 67,2 67,1 Kurortny 4 2 , 8 43,0 43,1 Kronshtadtskiy 301, 8 302,9 304,3 Krasnosel'skiy 324,9 327,5 330,2 Krasnogvardeiskiy 178, 3 176,2 174,8 Kolpinskiy 328,6 332,4 336,1 Kirovskiy 462, 1 464,6 467,2 Kalininskiy 412, 9 414,8 417,3 Vyborgskiy 195, 5 196,8 198,7 Vasileostrovskiy 178, 8 181,7 184,4 Admiralteiskiy 2006 2005 2004
  • STRUCTURE OF NUMBER OF PERSONS ENTERPRISES BY KINDS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY 10 others 9 wholesale and retail trade; automobile, motor-cycle vehicles, household and domestic repair 8 construction 7 education 6 other public, social and personal services 5 health care and social services 4 processing production 3 realty operations; rent and services 2 transport and communications 1 state administration
  • DWELLINGS CONSTRUCTION HOUSINGS (AT END-YEAR) 112 116 145 109 in % to previous year 2273 2032 1758 1214 thousand sq. m General area 33,2 27,6 23,3 16,1 Completed apartments, thousand 2005 2004 2003 2002 21,9 21,4 20,9 20,5 Average area per person, sq. m 100,3 98,6 96,8 95,7 Total floor area, million sq. m 1719 1696 1665 1642 Total number of apartments, thousand 200 5 200 4 200 3 200 2
  • UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER HIGHER SCHOOLS 9,4 11,5 9,5 8,5 Number of graduates, thousand persons 47,8 75,6 69,0 61,2 Number of students, thousand persons 44 46 47 50 Quantity of universities Private 64,5 60,3 55,5 47,5 Number of graduates, thousand persons 381,0 367,8 352,8 318,9 Number of students, thousand persons 54 55 53 52 Quantity of universities State 2005/06 2004/05 2003/04 2002/03
  • PUBLIC HEALS AND RECREATION ESTABLISHMENTS 96,1 93,7 95,5 99,1 Quantity of reposed children in them, thousand persons 209 211 215 225 Quantity Summer camps 204,6 156,1 154,6 131,7 Quantity of reposed and treated people, thousand persons 11,8 10,9 11,4 10,3 Number of seats in them, thousand 53 49 49 52 Quantity Sanatoriums and recreational establishments 107 106 104 102 nurses 82 80 78 76 physicians 100 99 100 101 hospital beds Per 10 000 inhabitants: 122 119 119 122 Number of hospitals Hospitals (at end-year) 200 5 2004 2003 2002
  • CULTURE AND LEISURE TIME (AT END-YEAR) 16,6 17,7 17,9 17,1 Number of visits, millions 69 72 74 73 Quantity Mu s eum s 2,9 2,9 3,1 3,4 Number of visits, millions 43 43 45 49 Quantity Professional theatres 6,3 3,7 3,7 2,6 Number of visits, millions 54 56 1) 122 113 Quantity Cinema units to be paid 30,5 33,1 37,0 37,5 Number of seats, thousands 55 60 66 71 Quantity Leisure-time establishments 1354 1319 1293 1283 Total number of readers, thousands 1149 1147 1143 1135 In average per 100inhabitants, copies 52,6 52,8 52,9 52,8 Including books, million copies 286 309 328 342 Quantity Public libraries 2005 2004 2003 2002
  • AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES FOR PRODUCTS INCLUDED IN THE MINIMAL SET OF FOOD PRODUCTS in roubles per kilo) 45,9 43,6 40,5 37,4 Baking 20,7 19,2 18,5 20,3 Sugar 24,9 30,1 23,2 21,7 Eggs, tens 134,9 126,0 114,1 112,3 Strong cheese 64,4 56,2 51,1 45,9 Non-far curds 48,9 44,2 40,4 36,9 Sour cream 13,2 11,9 10,0 9,2 Milk (on draft), liter 48,5 46,9 45,5 42,0 Margarine 39,6 39,0 37,7 35,6 Vegetable oil 111,6 100,7 92,9 85,5 Butter 69,3 57,2 47,4 46,8 Herring salted, smoked 70,5 60,6 53,6 53,5 Frizzed fish without delicatessens, undressed 74,0 67,8 73,7 56,6 Chicken 128,0 108,6 92,2 86,6 Mutton 124,8 114,9 82,4 75,8 Pork 116,8 100,3 76,3 72,9 Beef of 1-st category 2006 2005 2004 2003
  • AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES FOR PRODUCTS INCLUDED IN THE MINIMAL SET OF FOOD PRODUCTS in roubles per kilo) 39,5 35,4 32,4 32,4 Apples 82,2 76,6 78,1 63,5 Cucumber 13,2 11,4 11,4 15,5 Carrots 13,8 11,8 14,9 14,1 Onion 11,8 8,2 6,6 14,8 Cabbage 11,4 9,2 9,4 11,2 Potatoes 30,4 29,2 25,3 21,8 Vermicelli 15,3 16,0 19,7 13,7 Millet 23,6 22,2 18,7 17,7 Polished rice 27,0 25,8 23,9 16,8 Wheat bread 17,8 16,5 16,3 11,3 Rye and rye-wheat bread 13,9 15,8 13,9 10,2 Wheat flour 449,4 441,0 427,4 448,8 Pepper black 187,8 182,8 172,2 161,0 Tea black 5,1 4,7 4,3 3,7 Salt 51,5 47,5 46,7 43,3 Caramel 45,9 43,6 40,5 37,4 Baking 2006 2005 2004 2003
  • OUTPUT OF SELECTED INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 10,9 11,3 11,1 10,2 Electricity, bill. kWh 904 654 466 536 Tractors, pieces 30 30 11 3 Excavators, pieces 413 421 515 675 Electric machines large, pieces 1435,0 1162,8 751,0 31,2 Hydraulic turbines, thsd. kWh 51,1 50,2 48,5 47,9 Synthetic detergents, thousand tonnes 28,0 28,6 32,4 29,2 Paper, thousand tonnes 44 63 167 541 Hosiery, thousand of pairs 549,2 747,6 1772 826 Textile, thousand articles 0,6 1,4 3,1 3,3 Fabrics (all kings), mln sq. m 1,6 3,4 6,1 7,7 Mineral water, mln half-a-litre bottles 36,7 36,6 29,7 31,0 Pasta products, thousand tonnes 293,3 294,8 299,4 312,0 Bread and bakery products, thousand tonnes 352,2 367,6 410,8 392,4 Flour, thousand tonnes 434,1 420,6 394,5 351,9 Milk and dairy products (converted into whole milk), thousand tonnes 337,5 276,5 299,9 331,2 Canned food, mln standard tins 98,8 101,1 76,5 56,9 Semi-fished meat products, thousand tonnes 93,9 91,1 75,7 67,3 Sausage, thousand tonnes 0,5 0,6 1,1 1,4 Meat (including by-products), thousand tonnes 2005 2004 2003 2002
  • INDUSTRY PRODUCTION INDEX (in % to previous year) 101,7 98,8 126,5 Electric power, gas and water production and distribution 107,2 129,5 111,8 transport vehicles and transport equipment production 91,7 82,6 127,5 electric, electronic and optical equipment production 116,8 3,4 times 137,1 machine and equipment production 74,7 78,3 2,3 times metallurgy and metal products manufacturing 95,2 88,3 18,6 other non-metal mineral products production 107,7 94,1 86,6 rubber and plastic production 2,2 times 99,4 99,7 chemical production 91,3 114,6 97,4 cellulose and paper production; publishing and printing industry 98,4 85,9 102,3 wood and timber production 75,4 92,0 99,6 leather, leather products, leather shoes production 84,3 99,0 100,6 textile and sewing production 102,3 107,2 104,2 food production, including beverages and tobacco including: 103,9 107,5 110,7 Processing production 3,4 times 1,6 times 2,8 times Mineral production