In 2022, Russia faces unprecedented sanctions pressure. A significant portion of exports and imports were banned or threatened with ban, and a significant part of the financial system was cut off from world markets. As a result, the Russian economy will face a large-scale structural transformation in the coming years, which will require a revision of its economic policy. Which industries and technologies should receive priority government support? How to change the infrastructure strategy to steer business in new directions? How can you avoid becoming overly dependent on new partners? How should the budget rule change? These and other topics are discussed at the traditional Sber Business Breakfast with government representatives, leading entrepreneurs and experts.