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The burden of leadership

Welcome, China, to the countries-leaders of financial development! The reason is that different countries asking the Chinese government or Chinese banks for postponement of debts taken in the last decade (link to article in NYT). And this, of course, of those requests, which will quickly turn into requirements, as part …

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Vladimir Putin urged to involve the Northern sea route

On the prospects and the need for the development of the Northern sea route Vladimir Putin said during a meeting on the situation in agriculture and the food industry. We will add, an important part of this transport scheme is the sea and the Yamal port of Sabetta. “The capacity …

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The US economy expects “amazing” year trump

In the American administration predicts record growth of GDP in the third quarter by 21.5%.   The US President Donald trump said that 2020 will be “incredible” for the economy given the sharp recovery after the pandemic coronavirus. He said this may 20 at a press briefing at the White …

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Latest news: layoffs at a Volkswagen factory. Proletarian news No. 214

The issue: 1.Allowance capitals 2.Speculation 3.Without allowances 4.Your law 5.Stress reduction The PLOT №1 https://www.finanz.ru/novosti/aktsii/mishustin-vvel-100-procentnuyu-nadbavku-k-zarplatam-v-rosgvardii-i-policii-1028843602 Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin signed the government resolution on the introduction of salary raises for employees of Regardie and internal Affairs bodies. Monthly “bonus” in the amount of up to 100% of salary …

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Russia’s dependence on oil compared with a dead horse

The head of state Corporation “Rosnano” Anatoly Chubais, speaking about the “oil” dependence of the Russian economy, recalled “the famous cowboy saying” and described getting rid of this dependence is a strategic goal. “Imagine this is the gas that we have today (you have) 20% of GDP, 40% of the …

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