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RUSSIAN MARKET OF VODKA,
LIQUERS AND SPIRITS
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CONTENTS
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LIST OF CONTENTS
METHODS OF RESEARCH
LIST OF SCHEDULES, DIAGRAMS AND TABLES, SCHEMES
1. CHARACTERISTICS OF RUSSIAN CONSUMERS
1.1. Dynamics of population
1.2. Social standard of living dynamics
2. SUBJECT OF RESEARCH
2.1. Characteristics of vodka
2.2. History of vodka
2.2. Vodka production technologies
2.3. Classifications of vodka, liqueurs and spirits
Classification of vodka, liqueurs and spirits by types
Classification of vodka, liqueurs and spirits as per All-Russian Classification of Products
Classification of vodka, liqueurs and spirits as per Foreign Economic Activity Commodity
Nomenclature
3. ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS RETAILING
3.1. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by years
3.2. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by quarters
3.3. Volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by federal districts
3.4. Structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by federal districts
3.5. Largest RF regions by vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing
3.6. Regional structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing
4. AVERAGE VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS RETAILING IN RF
4.1. Dynamics of average vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in Russia by years
4.2. Volumes of average vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in federal districts
4.3. Largest Russian regions by volumes of average vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing
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5. VOLUMES VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS STOCKS AT THE RETAIL COMPANIES
OF RUSSIA
6. RAW MATERIALS BASE FOR PRODUCTION OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
6.1. Production of ethyl alcohol
Dynamics of ethyl alcohol production volumes by years
Dynamics of ethyl alcohol production volumes by months
Volumes of ethyl alcohol production in federal districts of RF
Structure of ethyl alcohol production by federal districts of RF
Volumes of ethyl alcohol production in RF regions
Regional structure of Russian ethyl alcohol production
6.2. Largest Russian producers of ethyl alcohol
Volumes of the largest Russian companies’ production
Structure of production by the largest Russian companies
7. PRODUCTION OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS IN RUSSIA
7.1. Use of production facilities by the producers of vodka, liqueurs and spirits
7.2. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits production volumes by years
Vodka, liqueurs and spirits (in general)
Liqueurs and spirits
7.3 Dynamics of vodka production volumes by years
7.4. Dynamics of vodka production volumes by months
7.5. Volumes of vodka production in federal districts of RF
7.6. Structure of vodka production by federal districts of RF
7.7. Volumes of vodka production in RF regions
7.8. Regional structure of Russian vodka production
8. LARGEST RUSSIAN PRODUCERS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
8.1. Production volumes of the largest Russian companies
8.2. Structure of production by the largest Russian companies
9. ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS IMPORT
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9.1. Vodka, liqueurs and spirits (in general)
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Structure of Russian import by types
9.2. Vodka
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Dynamics of Russian import by months
Volumes of import by supplying countries
Structure of import by supplying countries
9.3. Sweet liqueurs
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Dynamics of Russian import by months
Volumes of import by supplying countries
Structure of import by supplying countries
9.4. Whiskey
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Dynamics of Russian import by months
Volumes of import by supplying countries
Structure of import by supplying countries
9.5. Rum
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Dynamics of Russian import by months
Volumes of import by supplying countries
Structure of import by supplying countries
9.6. Liqueurs
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Dynamics of Russian import by months
Volumes of import by supplying countries
Structure of import by supplying countries
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9.7. Other liqueurs and spirits
Dynamics of Russian import by years
Volumes of import by supplying countries
Structure of import by supplying countries
10. ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS EXPORT
10.1. Vodka, liqueurs and spirits (in general)
Dynamics of Russian export by years
Volumes of Russian export by types
Structure of Russian export by types
10.2. Vodka
Dynamics of export volumes by years
Dynamics of export volumes by months
Volumes of export by destination countries
Structure of export by destination countries
11. PRODUCER PRICES FOR VODKA IN RUSSIA
11.1. Dynamics of producer prices for vodka by years
11.2. Dynamics of producer prices for vodka by months
12. RETAIL PRICES FOR VODKA
12.1. Vodka of commercial quality
Dynamics of retail prices for vodka of commercial quality by years
Dynamics of retail prices for vodka of commercial quality by months
12.2. Vodka of premium quality
Dynamics of retail prices for vodka of premium quality by years
Dynamics of retail prices for vodka of premium quality in Russia by months
13. STRUCTURE OF RETAIL PRICE FOR VODKA
14. STATE REGULATION OF RUSSIAN MARKET OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
15. CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND SEGMENTATION OF MARKET OF VODKA,
LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
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15.1. Trends in consumer preferences change
15.2. Rating of the most popular vodka brands
16. INFLUENCE OF CRISIS ON THE RUSSIAN MARKET OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND
SPIRITS
17. PROFILES OF THE LARGEST COMPANIES PRODUCING VODKA
17.1. “LIKYERO-VODOCHNY ZAVOD “TOPAZ” JSC
Reference information
Activities
Volumes of production
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash-flow statement
Financials of activity
17.2. “MOSKOVSKY ZAVOD “KRISTALL” JSC
Reference information
Activities
Volumes of production
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash-flow statement
Financials of activity
17.3. “OMSKVINPROM” LLC
Reference information
Activities
Volumes of production
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash-flow statement
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Financials of activity
17.4. “TATSPIRTPROM” JSC
Reference information
Activities
Volumes of production
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash-flow statement
Financials of activity
17.5. “BASHSPIRT” JSC
Reference information
Activities
Volumes of production
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash-flow statement
Financials of activity
18. FORECAST OF THE RUSSIAN LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS MARKET DEVELOPMENT
FOR 2011-2013.
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METHODS OF RESEARCH
Subject of research:
MARKET OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
Goal of research:
EVALUATION OF THE MARKET AND FORECAST OF ITS DEVELOPMENT FOR
2011-2012.
Regions of research:
RUSSIA AND RF REGIONS
Main blocks of research:
ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS RETAIL SALES
VOLUME OF STOCKS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS AT THE RETAIL
SALES OUTLETS OF RUSSIA
PRODUCTION OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS IN RUSSIA
LARGEST RUSSIAN PRODUCERS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS IMPORT
ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS EXPORT
PRODUCER PRICES FOP VODKA IN RUSSIA
RETAIL PRICES FOR VODKA
STATE REGULATION OF RUSSIAN VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS MARKET
FORECAST OF THE RUSSIAN VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS MARKET
DEVELOPMENT IN 2011-2012.
Largest Russian companies with profiles:
«LIKYEROVODOCHNY ZAVOD «TOPAZ» JSC
«MOSKOVSKY ZAVOD «KRISTALL» JSC
«OMSKVINPROM» LLC
«TATSPIRTPROM» JSC
“BASHSPIRT” JSC
For the main companies the production volumes, financials of activity, balance sheets, profit and loss statements, cash-flow statements, subsidiaries and other data are presented.
Information sources used:
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Federal State Statistics Service
Economic Development Ministry
Federal Customs Service
Federal Tax Service
Field expert evaluations
Retail sale reports
Materials of the field’s main players
Field print and electronic publications
The research presents 59 schedules, 35 diagrams and 74 tables.
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EXTRACTS FROM RESEARCH
CHAPTER 3
ANALYSIS OF RETAIL PRICES
FOR VODKA, LIQUEURS AND
SPIRITS
In the last years the volumes of retail sales of vodka, liqueurs and spirits in
Russia tend to decrease. In
2009 the demand for the products reduced by *,3%, and the sales volume amounted to
*** mln. decaliters.
In 2010 the volume of retail sales reduced by 7% more and reached 154,5 mln. decaliters. Sales of alcohol in
Russia have seasonal nature. The traditional peak is observed in the forth quarter, when people buy alcohol for the New Year’s holidays. In the first quarter the demand for alcohol usually falls off as compared to the last quarter of the previous year. A similar dynamics was observed also in the beginning of 2011.
In 2009-2010 the sales of vodka, liqueurs and spirits reduced almost in all the districts. The only exception was the
North-Western Federal District, where in
2010 the sales of these products grew by
***%.
Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in Russia in 2008-2010, mln. deciliters
Growth rate, %
Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by quarters in
2008-2010, mln. deciliters
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CHAPTER 7
PRODUCTION OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
In 2007-2009 the production of vodka, liqueurs and spirits reduced. In 2008 this reduction amounted to ***%, and in 2009 – 6,9%. In 2010, the dynamics shifted to a positive one and the production of these goods increased by *** as compared to
2009 and by ***% as compared to the year 2007 before crisis.
The majority of all the vodka in Russia is produced in
*** Federal District. In 2010 the production of this district amounted to *0,2 mln. deciliters of products. The supply to the market of *** Federal District companies almost halved (***mln. deciliters). Among the three leading districts on production of vodka there is the
Siberian Federal District: in 2010 the production here amounted to ** mln. deciliters.
The largest region on vodka production in Russia is ***. In 2010 the production here amounted to
*2,6 mln. deciliters. Producers *** that ranked second on the production volumes in 2010, supplied to the market twice as little vodka (**,5 mln. deciliters). The three leading regions included also Omsk Region, where the production amounted to ** mln. deciliters. The list of the largest vodka producing regions in 2010 included also Tatarstan ans St. Petersburg, where the production was equal to ** mln. decaliters of products.
Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits production volumes in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters
Growth rate, %
Structure of the Russian vodka production by federal districts in 2010, %
North-Western
Federal District
North-Caucasian
Federal District
Other
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CHAPTER 9
ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN IMPORT
OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND
SPIRITS
Volume of vodka, liqueurs and spirits import to the territory of the Russian
Federation reduced by *** during 2009, however, in
2010 the volumes of these products import restored, having expressed the growth of ***%. Total in 2010 the import of vodka, liqueurs and spirits to Russia from other countries amounted to *** ths. tons.
Aggregate cost of vodka, liqueurs and spirits imported to Russia in 2010 amounted to *** mln. USD.
***% of total alcoholic products import to Russia in
2010 accounted for ***. The share of *** amounted to
***%, *** – 11%. Rum and liqueurs held about 4% each in the structure of the Russian import of alcohol in physical terms. The content of imported gin was relatively small (0,5%).
Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueur and spirits import in 2007-2010, tons
Growth rates, %
Structure of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits import by types in physical terms in 2010, %
Rum
Liqueurs
Gin
Other
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Rating of the most popular trade marks of vodka in Russia in 2010
Vodka mark 2010 Vodka mark 2009
*** *** *** ***
***
14,3 ***
12,9
***
11,6 ***
12,2
Nemiroff
11,4
Absolut
10,6
***
10,9 ***
9,6
Juravli
9,6
Russian Standard
9,4
Finlandia
8,2
Cristall
8,1
***
8 ***
7,8
Khortytsa
5,5 Pyat Ozer
7,3
Putinka
5,2
Myagkov
5,3
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CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND
SEGMENTATION OF VODKA,
LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS
MARKET
Cheap vodka puts pressure on the popular brands with price from 120 to 150 rubles per bottle. The reason is not only in the decrease of the population’s income, but also in excessively strong competition in the mid-price segment, which misleads the customers. Under the conditions of decreasing sales only the most “historically deserved” brands have the best chances for the new popularity lift.
Mid-price segment for vodka from 120 to 150 rubles in many regions gives way to the cheapest vodka at a price of 89 rubles for 0,5 liter.
During the first quarter of this year the production in the cheapest segment increased by ***%. At that, vodka costing more than 150 rubles holds today maximum ***% of the legal market volume, and vodka costing more than 200 rubles - *,7% of the legal market volume in 2009.
In 2010 the most popular brand of vodka was «***», in 2009 – «***». In general, the positions of brands are not marked by permanence, which means the preferences of population may change and the success of the companies’ promotion policies too.
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LIST OF SCHEDULES, DIAGRAMS AND TABLES, SCHEMES
METHODS OF RESEARCH
LIST OF SCHEDULES, DIAGRAMS AND TABLES, SCHEMES
1. CHARACTERISTICS OF RUSSIAN CONSUMERS
Schedule 1. Dynamics of the Russia’s resident population number as of 1 st of January in 2000-2011, mln. peop.
Schedule 2. Dynamics of actual household disposable income of Russian population by months in
2008-2010, % to previous year
Schedule 3. Dynamics of average population income by months in 2008-2010, % to the previous period Schedule 4. Dynamics of average population income by months in 2008-2010, rub.
2. SUBJECT OF RESEARCH
3. ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS RETAILING
Schedule 5. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in Russia in 2008-2010, mln. deciliters Schedule 6. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by quarters in 2008-2011, mln. deciliters Table 1. Volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in federal districts of RF in 2008-2011, ths. deciliters
Table 2. Rates of change of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retail sales volumes in federal districts of
RF in 2009-2010, %.
Diagram 1. Structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by federal districts of RF in physical terms in 2010, %
Diagram 2. Change of structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by federal districts of RF in physical terms in 2008-2010, %
Schedule 7. Largest RF regions on vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing volumes in 2010, mln. deciliters Table 3. Volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in RF regions in 2008-2011, ths. deciliters
Diagram 3. Regional structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in 2010 in physical terms, %
Diagram 4. Change of structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing by federal districts of RF in physical terms in 2008-2010, %
4. AVERAGE RETAIL SALES OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS IN RF
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Schedule 8. Average consumption of vodka, liqueurs and spirits in Russia in 2006-2010, liter/person. Table 4. Average volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in federal districts of RF in 2008-2010, liter/person.
Schedule 9. Largest RF regions on average volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits retailing in 2010, liter/person. Table 5. Average volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits sale in RF regions in 2008-2010, liter/person. Table 6. Change of average vodka, liqueurs and spirits consumption in RF regions in 2009-2010, liter/person. 5. VOLUMES OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS STOCKS AT RETAILING COMPANIES
OF RUSSIA
Schedule 10. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits stocks in retail companies in 2008-2011, ths. deciliters Table 7. Vodka stocks in retail companies in 2008-2011, ths. deciliters
6. RAW MATERIALS BASE FOR VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS PRODUCTION
Schedule 11. Dynamics of the Russian ethyl alcohol production volume in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters Schedule 12. Dynamics of ethyl alcohol production in Russia by months in 2010-2011, ths. deciliters Table 8. Volumes of ethyl alcohol production in federal districts of RF in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 13. Dynamics of ethyl alcohol production in the largest federal districts of RF in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters
Diagram 5. Structure of ethyl alcohol production in Russia by federal districts in 2010, %
Diagram 6. Change of structure of ethyl alcohol production in Russia by federal districts in 2009-2010, %
Table 9. Volumes of ethyl alcohol production by RF regions in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 14. Dynamics of ethyl alcohol production in the main RF regions in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters Diagram 7. Regional structure of ethyl alcohol production in Russia 2010, %
Diagram 8. Change of regional structure of ethyl alcohol production in Russia 2007-2010, %
Table 10. Volumes of ethyl alcohol production by the largest Russian producers in 2006-2009, ths. deciliters Schedule 15. Dynamics of ethyl alcohol production volumes at the largest RF companies in 2006-2009, ths. deciliters
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Diagram 9. Shares of the largest companies in the structure of the Russian ethyl alcohol production in 2008, %
7. VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA
Schedule 16. Use of average capacity by the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits producers in 2000-2009, %
Schedule 17. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits production volume in 2007-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 18. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits production volume in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 19. Dynamics of the Russian vodka production volumes in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 20. Dynamics of the Russian vodka production volumes by months in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters Table 11. Volumes of vodka production in federal districts of RF in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 21. Dynamics of vodka production in the largest federal districts of RF in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters
Diagram 10. Structure of Russian vodka production by federal districts in 2010, %
Diagram 11. Change of structure of Russian vodka production by federal districts in 2009-2010, %
Table 12. Volumes of vodka production by RF regions in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters
Schedule 22. Dynamics of vodka production in the main RF regions in 2009-2010, ths. deciliters
Diagram 12. Regional structure of Russian vodka production in 2010, %
Diagram 13. Change of the regional structure of the Russian vodka production in 2009-2010, %
8. LARGEST RUSSIAN VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS PRODUCERS
Table 13. Volumes of vodka, liqueurs and spirits production by the largest Russian producers in
2006-2009, ths. deciliters
Schedule 23. Dynamics of vodka, liqueurs and spirits production volumes at the largest companies of RF in 2006-2009, ths. deciliters
Table 14. Shares of the largest companies on the Russian market of vodka, liqueurs and spirits in
2007-2009 in physical terms, %
Diagram 14. Shares of the largest companies in the structure of Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits production in 2009, %
Diagram 15. Change of structure of vodka, liqueurs and spirits production by the largest producers in physical terms in 2007-2009, %
9. ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS IMPORT
Schedule 24. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits import in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 25. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits import in 2007-2010, ths. USD
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Diagram 16. Structure of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits import by types in physical terms in 2010, %
Diagram 17. Structure of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits import by types in money terms in
2010, %
Schedule 26. Dynamics the Russian vodka import in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 27. Dynamics the Russian vodka import in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Schedule 28. Dynamics the Russian vodka import by months in 2007-2011, tons
Schedule 29. Dynamics the Russian vodka import by months in 2007-2011, ths. USD
Table 15. Volumes of the Russian vodka import by supplying countries in 2007-2010, tons
Table 16. Volumes of the Russian vodka import by supplying countries in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Diagram 18. Structure of the Russian vodka import by countries of origin in physical terms in
2010, %
Diagram 19. Structure of the Russian vodka import by countries of origin in money terms in 2010,
%
Schedule 30. Dynamics of the Russian liqueurs import in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 31. Dynamics of the Russian liqueurs import in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Schedule 32. Dynamics of the Russian liqueurs import in by months in 2007-2011, tons
Schedule 33. Dynamics of the Russian vodka import by months in 2007-2011, ths. USD
Table 17. Volumes of the Russian liqueurs import by supplying countries in 2007-2010, tons
Table 18. Volumes of the Russian liqueurs import by supplying countries in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Diagram 20. Structure of the Russian liqueurs import by countries of origin in physical terms in
2010, %
Diagram 21. Structure of the Russian liqueurs import by countries of origin in money terms in
2010, %
Schedule 34. Dynamics of the Russian import of whiskey in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 35. Dynamics of the Russian import of whiskey in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Schedule 36. Dynamics of the Russian import of liqueurs by months in 2007-2011, tons
Schedule 37. Dynamics of the Russian vodka import by months in 2007-2011, ths. USD
Table 19. Volumes of the Russian import of whiskey by supplying countries in 2007-2010, tons
Table 20. Volumes of the Russian import of whiskey by supplying countries in 2007-2010, ths.
USD
Diagram 22. Structure of the Russian import of whiskey by countries of origin in physical terms in
2010, %
Diagram 23. Structure of the Russian import of whiskey by countries of origin in money terms in
2010, %
Schedule 38. Dynamics the Russian import of rum in 2007-2010, tons
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Schedule 39. Dynamics the Russian import of rum in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Schedule 40. Dynamics the Russian import of liqueurs by months in 2007-2011, tons
Schedule 41. Dynamics the Russian vodka import by months in 2007-2011, ths. USD
Table 21. Volumes of the Russian import of rum by supplying countries in 2007-2010, tons
Table 22. Volumes of the Russian import of rum by supplying countries in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Diagram 24. Structure of the Russian import of rum by countries of origin in physical terms in
2010, %
Diagram 25. Structure of the Russian import of rum by countries of origin in money terms in 2010,
%
Schedule 42. Dynamics of the Russian import of liqueurs in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 43. Dynamics of the Russian import of liqueurs in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Schedule 44. Dynamics of the Russian import of liqueurs by months in 2007-2011, tons
Schedule 45. Dynamics the Russian vodka import by months in 2007-2011, ths. USD
Table 23. Volumes of the Russian import of liqueurs by supplying countries in 2007-2010, tons
Table 24. Volumes of the Russian import of liqueurs by supplying countries in 2007-2010, ths.
USD
Diagram 26. Structure of the Russian import of liqueurs by countries of origin in physical terms in
2010, %
Diagram 27. Structure of the Russian import of liqueurs by countries of origin in money terms in
2010, %
Schedule 46. Dynamics of the Russian import of other liqueurs and spirits in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 47. Dynamics of the Russian import of other liqueurs and spirits in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Table 25. Volumes of the Russian import of other liqueurs and spirits by supplying countries in
2007-2010, tons
Table 26. Volumes of the Russian import of other liqueurs and spirits by supplying countries in
2007-2010, ths. USD
Diagram 28. Structure of the Russian import of other liqueurs and spirits by countries of origin in physical terms in 2010, %
Diagram 29. Structure of the Russian import of other liqueurs and spirits by countries of origin in money terms in 2010, %
10. ANALYSIS OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS EXPORT
Schedule 48. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits export in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 49. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits export in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Table 27. Volumes of different Russian liqueurs and spirits export in 2007-2010
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Diagram 30. Structure of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits export by types in physical terms in 2010, %
Diagram 31. Structure of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits export by types in money terms in
2010, %
Schedule 50. Dynamics of the Russian vodka export in 2007-2010, tons
Schedule 51. Dynamics of the Russian vodka export in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Schedule 52. Dynamics of the Russian export by months in 2007-2011, tons
Table 28. Volumes of the Russian vodka export by destination countries in 2007-2010, tons
Table 29. Volumes of the Russian vodka export by destination countries in 2007-2010, ths. USD
Diagram 32. Structure of the Russian vodka export by destination countries in physical terms in
2010, %
Diagram 33. Structure of the Russian vodka export by destination countries in money terms in
2010, %
11. PRODUCER PRICES FOR VODKA IN RUSSIA
Schedule 53. Dynamics of average producer prices for vodka in RF in 2010-2011, руб./deciliters
Schedule 54. Dynamics of average producer prices for vodka in RF by months in 2010-2011, руб./deciliters Table 30. Average producer prices for vodka in RF by months in 2010-2011, rub./deciliter
12. RETAIL PRICES FOR VODKA
Schedule 55. Dynamics of average retail prices for vodka of commercial quality in RF 2007-2010, rub/liter Schedule 56. Dynamics of average retail prices for vodka of commercial quality in RF by months in 2007-2011, rub/liter
Table 31. Average retail prices for vodka of commercial quality in RF by months in 2007-2011, rub/liter Schedule 57. Dynamics of average retail prices for vodka of premium quality in RF in 2007-2010, rub/liter Schedule 58. Dynamics of average retail prices for vodka of premium quality in RF by months in
2007-2010, rub/liter
Table 32. Average retail prices for vodka of premium quality in RF by months in 2007-2011, rub/liter 13. STRUCTURE OF RETAIL PRICES FOR VODKA
Table 33. Structure of retail price for vodka in RF in 2009
Diagram 34. Structure of retail price for vodka in RF in 2009, rub. Per liter
Diagram 35. Structure of retail price for vodka in RF in 2009, % to retail price
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14. STATE REGULATION OF THE RUSSIAN VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS MARKET
15. CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND SEGMENTATION OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND
SPIRITS MARKET
Table 34. Rating of the most popular vodka trade marks in the world in 2010
16. INFLUENCE OF CRISIS ON THE RUSSIAN MARKET OF VODKA, LIQUEURS AND
SPIRITS
17. PROFILES OF THE LARGEST VODKA PRODUCING COMPANIES
Table 35. Number of personnel of «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC, peop.
Table 36. Shareholders of «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC
Table 37. Subsidiaries of «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC
Table 38. Production volumes «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC
Table 39. Balance sheet «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 40. Profit and loss statement «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 41. Cash-flow statement «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 42. Dynamics of financials of activity «Likyerovodochny zavod «Topaz» JSC
Table 43. Number of personnel of «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC, peop.
Table 44. Shareholders of «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC
Table 45. Subsidiaries of «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC
Table 46. Production volumes «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC
Table 47. Balance sheet «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 48. Profit and loss statement «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 49. Cash-flow statement «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 50. Dynamics of financials of activity «Moskovsky zavod «Kristall» JSC
Table 51. Number of personnel of «Omskvinprom» LLC, peop.
Table 52. Shareholders of «Omskvinprom» LLC
Table 53. Subsidiaries of «Omskvinprom» LLC
Table 54. Production volumes «Omskvinprom» LLC
Table 55. Balance sheet «Omskvinprom» LLC, ths. rub.
Table 56. Profit and loss statement «Omskvinprom» LLC, ths. rub.
Table 57. Cash-flow statement «Omskvinprom» LLC, ths. rub.
Table 58. Dynamics of financials of activity «Omskvinprom» LLC
Table 59. Number of personnel of «Tatspirtprom» JSC, peop.
Table 60. Shareholders of «Tatspirtprom» JSC
Table 61. Subsidiaries of «Tatspirtprom» JSC
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Table 62. Production volumes «Tatspirtprom» JSC
Table 63. Balance sheet «Tatspirtprom» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 64. Profit and loss statement «Tatspirtprom» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 65. Cash-flow statement «Tatspirtprom» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 66. Dynamics of financials of activity «Tatspirtprom» JSC
Table 67. Number of personnel of «Bashspirt» JSC, peop.
Table 68. Shareholders of «Bashspirt» JSC
Table 69. Subsidiaries of «Bashspirt» JSC
Table 70. Production volumes «Bashspirt» JSC
Table 71. Balance sheet «Bashspirt» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 72. Profit and loss statement «Bashspirt» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 73. Cash-flow statement «Bashspirt» JSC, ths. rub.
Table 74. Dynamics of financials of activity «Bashspirt» JSC
18. FORECAST OF THE RUSSIAN VODKA, LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS MARKET
DEVELOPMENT IN 2011-2013.
Schedule 59. Dynamics of the Russian vodka, liqueurs and spirits market volume development in
2007-2010 and forecast for 2011-2013, ths. deciliters.
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