The FAS Russia sets priorities:

In accordance with the Presidential Decree of December 21, 2017 No. 618 that approved National Competition Development Plan for 2018-2020. The document contains approaches to priorities and principles of antimonopoly policy, specific tasks for specific markets, as well as the expected results of development of competition. The Decree makes development of competition a priority of the President, the Government and all other government authorities. The goals of state policy under the Decree are the following:

  • increase of customer satisfaction by expanding range of goods, works, services, improving their quality and reducing prices;
  • increase of economic efficiency and competitiveness of economic entities, including by ensuring equal access to infrastructure of natural monopolies and public services necessary for conducting business activities, stimulating innovation activity, increasing share of science-based goods and services in the structure of production, developing markets for high-tech products;
  • stable growth and development of a multistructure economy, development of technologies, reduction of costs in the scale of the national economy, reduction of social tensions, insurance of national security.

In accordance with the Main activities of the Government for the period up to 2024, which defines goals, main tasks and priorities of the policy in the field of scientific, technological and socioeconomic development.

In accordance with the Strategy for Developing Competition and Antimonopoly Regulation for 2013-2024, which assumes both persuasion of legislative initiatives and implementation of measures aimed at optimization of antimonopoly body’s activity.

In accordance with the Public Declaration of goals and objectives of the FAS for the coming year, which reflects priority goals and objectives of the authority and is published on the official website in order to increase openness and transparency of FAS activities.

In accordance with the annual work plan of the FAS Collegium. Collegium is a standing consultative body, which is chaired by the FAS Head.

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