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Marat Khusnullin — Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Born 9 August 1966 in Kazan.

Education
1990: Graduated from the Kazan Finance and Economics Institute, Department of Economics.
2000: Graduated from the Open University in the UK, with a degree in Professional Management.
PhD (Economics).

Experience
1983: Laboratory Assistant for Servicing Experimental Equipment at the Kazan Finance and Economics Institute.
1984−1986: Served in the Soviet Army.
1986−1987: Laboratory Assistant at the Technical Teaching Aids Department, the Kazan Finance and Economics Institute.
1987−1995: Chief Accountant and Chairman, Temp Cooperative in Kazan.
1995−1997: Director General, Interplastservice in Kazan.
1997−2000: Director General, Ak Bars Construction, Trade and Industrial Co. in Kazan.
1999−2001: Deputy of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan from the Prikamsky territorial district.
2000−2001: Deputy Director General, Director for Material and Technical Resources, Investment and Construction, Tatenergo.
May 2001−November 2010: Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Utilities of the Republic of Tatarstan.
November−December 2010: Head of the Moscow City Department of Construction.
December 2010−January 2020: Deputy Moscow Mayor for Urban Development and Construction.
21 January, 2020: Appointed Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation by a Presidential Executive Order.
Awarded the Medal of the Order for Services to the Fatherland, 2nd Class (2008); the Order for Services to the Republic of Tatarstan (2010); the Order for Services to the Fatherland, 4th Class (2016); the Order of Honour (2018); received the 2017 Citation from the President of the Russian Federation, and other awards.
Merited Builder of the Republic of Tatarstan, Honoured Builder of the City of Moscow, Honoured Housing and Utilities Worker of Russia, and Merited Builder of the Russian Federation.
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