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Bump into ceiling: Fitch doesn’t upgrade Tatarstan’s rating
07 June, 09:00
Analysts of the agency limited to changing the rating’s outlook to ‘positive’ and remembered billions of debts of SINEK
06 June, 09:00
''It is idiocy to fight against increase in gasoline prices by increasing taxes!''
Russian government asks oil companies to fix fuel price, but experts do not believe in the effectiveness of measures taken
15 May, 09:00
Russia's oil revenues expected to rise fivefold due to higher prices
26 April, 09:00
Kremlin planning to spend extra $162bn to raise living standards
31 May, 09:00
''Think, think and think'': whom VAT hike hurts most
The population can finance Vladimir Putin’s ''May Decree''
07 May, 09:00
Russia cuts military spending for first time in two decades
14 March, 09:00
''Ray of hope for 2018 lies in the expectations of the economic reform agenda''
Alfa Bank’s Natalia Orlova on what to expect from the Russian economy in 2018
12 March, 09:00
Kazan circus: updated arena, win over smells and media façade
Kazan State Circus whose reconstruction cost almost a billion rubles will open its doors on 17 March
01 March, 09:00
How much does it cost to save 'Volga-toiler'?
The ministry of construction of Russia has proposed to impose an additional levy on production of household chemicals and mineral fertilizers
08 February, 09:00
Putin's gifts for Tatarstan: who has a chance to get tax incentives
KAMAZ, Danaflex and Kastamonu are among the applicants for SPIC 2.0
06 March, 09:00
Auditors at academics’: fleeing postgraduate students, fake VAT and boom in publications
Violations at 12 million rubles revealed at the Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan with a three-year funding of 1,87 billion rubles
20 February, 09:00
To reform or not to reform?
Russia may see a massive budget manoeuvre after the upcoming election
05 February, 09:00
Why did Moody’s believe in Russian regions?
11 regions of Russia got hope to have their ‘‘junk’’ ratings revised