As an integral component of the development strategy, the Company’s investment policy establishes investment priorities, structure, criteria, areas and sources.
Investment projects are ranked into five categories:
Each of the projects is ranked on a scale of 0 to 100.
The higher the score, the higher priority is given to the project when included in the investment programme.
|Programme||Share in the overall investment programme, %||Score|
|Long‐term projects (acquisition of RIC carriages)||12||63 to 100|
|Replacement of retiring fixed assets, generating direct economic impact (new rolling stock for branded trains)||18||46 to 100|
|Projects generating direct economic impact (acquisition of double‐decker carriages and development of e‐ticket sales)||60||26 to 80|
|Replacement of retiring fixed assets, generating technological impact (upgrades of the rolling stock and depots to ensure compliance with technical regulations)||4,6||18 to 45|
|Technology and social projects||4,6||0 to 25|