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''Mr Minnikhanov will tell, he has so many practices in Tatarstan''
19 February, 09:00
19 February, 09:00
Microfinancers warn Central Bank of return to 90s
The regulator wants to take the major part of business from microfinancing companies
08 February, 09:00
Wall Street collapse: is the world facing a new stock market collapse?
Realnoe Vremya experts advise not to jump to conclusions about a systemic crisis on the stock market
05 February, 09:00
Economy growing but real incomes continue to fall
The Russian Federal Statistics Service announced data on social and economic development for 2017
13 February, 09:00
Elvira Nabiullina afraid of defeated inflation
The Central Bank reduced the key rate by 0,25 despite a record low price growth
07 February, 09:00
The U.S. Treasury Department defends Russian federal loan bonds
The decision of the United States on Russian national debt — whatever it is — is unlikely to threaten the Russian economy
02 February, 09:00
Russia's long way to economic balance
01 February, 09:00
''We are talking about raising the retirement age — life expectancy is changing, after all''
The State Duma is unlikely to equate common-law marriage to official marriage
Bitcoin’s fall: overheated market, Medvedev’s statement and Chinese New Year
22 January, 09:00
18 January, 09:00
''Bring the middle class up – it will eliminate the difference between the poor and the rich''
It was urged to revise social policy of Russia at the Gaidar Forum. An offer to start with increasing pension age
29 January, 09:00
VIM Airlines collapse: problems with Czechs, organisational confusion and unpaid salary
Unpaid salaries of the airline’s workers continue accumulating, while Czech partners try to return debts via the Tatarstan arbitration court
19 January, 09:00
''Artificial intelligence will lower the price tag for brokers and financial consultants''
Experts of the Gaidar Forum questioned the forecast of the Russian PM