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Where so much gold?

Russia, whose gold reserves had been looted in the era of Yeltsin, now buys a lot of gold abroad and became the second in the world gold-producing country (after China). One hundred percent of the domestic purchase of gold, notes economist F. Engdahl, significantly supports the mining industry. Gold bet …

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Moscow vs NATO. Russia drives itself into a dead end

At the moment the Russian economy is equivalent to about 1/20 of the economy of NATO. Answering aggression, threats, and building its military power on NATO expansion, Moscow will only reduce your problem with the Alliance. Such actions will cause even more concern among Russia’s neighbors, forcing them to improve …

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The largest tour operator in Crimea selling their assets

The company put up for sale campings and hotels all over the Peninsula. One of the largest tour operator of the Peninsula Krymtur put up for sale the network of tourist-recreational and hotel complexes within the structure of the company. This writes REGNUM. In particular, the owner estimated tosk Primorye …

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We need to create the future, not to predict

Economist Ruslan Grinberg — about why you should not rely on “solid” predictions The IMF has again revised its Outlook on Russia, made three months earlier. If in January the Fund promised in 2016 the economic decline of 1.0%, and next year — an increase of 1,0%, it is now …

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Justified skepticism: the Ukrainian economy is doomed

More and more opinions in favor of the recovery of the Ukrainian economy may not be possible due to the current political crisis. Due to the ever tense situation in Kiev “summit”, scheduled reforms, opening the country the opportunity to support the IMF again delayed. What positive changes can be …

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The Russian economy: the worst is over

Deputy Minister of Finance Maxim Oreshkin said that the Russian economy has already experienced a peak moment of instability, and, from now on, each subsequent change of conditions will be perceived less painful. According to Oreshkin, certain risks still remained, but the worst is far behind: adaptation will be softer, …

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The world Bank downgraded its forecasts of the Russian economy

The world Bank revised the main indicators of Russian economic development in the coming years and sees the main risks in the uncertain economic and budgetary policies. The WB has prepared three scenarios for the years 2016-2018, which proceed from the preservation of economic sanctions against Russia. In the report …

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