Ports of Russia. Port of Saint Petersburg

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Sub-subject: Ports of Russia. Syllabus:

  1. Largest ports of Russia.
  2. Port of Saint Petersburg.
Sub-subject "Ports of Russia" is studied...
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), Europe, BRICS Countries, and Pacific
  2. Course Doing Business in Russia
  3. Master for Russian students

Мастер в Международном Бизнесе

Languages of study: En (Fr Russie Es Rusia)

Credits of the subject "Russian ports": 0.3 ECTS

Sub-Subject Description (Ports of Russia):

The Port of Saint Petersburg is the largest industrial and international trade (imports and exports) port in the Russian Federation.

  1. The Port of Saint Petersburg is divided into different areas; there are four cargo areas situated in Gutuevsky Kovsh.
  2. The Port of Saint-Petersburg is the gateway to Russia for products exported from the European countries
  3. The Port Authority of Saint Petersburg manages, works, and develops the port activities.
  4. The Port of Saint Petersburg is connected to the sea (43-kilometer channel)

The Port of Murmansk (Northern Sea basin) is the biggest coal handling ports of the Russian Federation.

The Port of Kazan (the Port of Five Seas) is an important international trade shipping port.

Others ports in the Russian Federation: Murmansk, Nakhodka, Onega, Kazan, Sochi, Rostov, Vladivostok, Arkhangelsk, Amderma, Anadyr, Anapa, Astrakhan, Azov, Dudinka, Igarka, Kaliningrad, Kandalaksha, Lomonosov, Magadan, Makhachkala, Novorossiysk, and Vostochny.

Russia has 37,653 kilometers of the coastline. Shipping has broadly used a form of regional and local transport.

There are some large inland water areas: Lake Baikal, the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea that can be accessed from the Russian Federation.

Sample of the sub-subject Ports of Russia - Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilization:
Ports of Russia

Russian Economy - Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Russia - ASEAN-Russia Business Forum


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