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''85% of citizens are 'outside the brackets' due to the current pension reform. They are thrown overboard''
11 July, 09:00
Sergey Zvenigorodsky says there won’t be an easy solution to the pension problem
06 July, 09:00
''Saying this pension reform cuts people off their pension is a lie''
Vladimir Nazarov whom the media called the author of the ‘cannibalistic’ reform about why there is no other alternative
27 June, 09:00
Oil tax overhaul to cut Russian oil companies' revenues
25 June, 09:00
World Cup legacy: what will WC give Russia?
Analysts have assessed the costs for 2018 World Cup and economic ‘’exhaust’’ from its hosting
04 July, 09:00
''Who paid 18% VAT, they will also pay 20%''
The participants of a Realnoe Vremya business brunch thanked the authorities for that they have not got to the administration of PIT yet
25 June, 09:00
''Many today consider Russia to be a toxic market''
April sanctions have scared foreigners off from Russian OFZs. The finance ministry's plan to attract 450 billion rubles in the second quarter fails
14 June, 09:00
''To raise the birth rate, it is necessary to talk less and work more with other organs''
How are governors going to implement new Putin’s May Decrees?
07 June, 09:00
Bump into ceiling: Fitch doesn’t upgrade Tatarstan’s rating
Analysts of the agency limited to changing the rating’s outlook to ‘positive’ and remembered billions of debts of SINEK
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
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