Russia spends less on its scientists than all the leading countries of the world


Formally, spending on science at large in purchasing power parity is almost 40 billion dollars (in reality an order of magnitude less) smeared by a thin layer of approximately 430,000 scientists and aimed mainly at developing new types of weapons.

Who in Moscow has earned the most money on mundiale


Nikolskaya street in Moscow has become a place of attraction for fans who came to the World Cup. RBC found out who had earned the most on Nikolskaya and who had suffered losses.

State-owned companies to be banned to finance the purchase of sports stars from the budget


Professional sports clubs will be limited in the right to spend the money received from the state and state-owned companies. The ban will affect the cost of sports agents and payments related to transfers of players.