Russia continues to widen the gap between official inflation recorded by Rosstat and the rate of price growth, which is observed by citizens of the country.
Roskosmos, earning on international launches of spacecraft, owes the state nearly 47 billion rubles. That sum was named by the Accounting Chamber and added to the budget by the Ministry of Finance. But now the money disappeared.
The rise in prices on the oil market, which supported the influx of currencies to Russia and GDP growth, is close to the limit, the Russian Economic Development Ministry believes.
The bank hoped to get 60 billion rubles, but now it is preparing to place eternal bonds.
Ordinary Russian taxpayers will have to pay for the problems of the oligarchs' banks.
The government will reduce the state corporation's support by one third.
Russia spends on the science just as much as twenty years ago, ranking the tenth in the world.
Even the Russian Ministry of Finance cannot scrape together enough money for the military, road construction and special medicine. In 2019-2020, the government will need another 4 "extra" trillion rubles.
The federal budget will again lose hundreds of billions of rubles from the mineral state corporations that make up the Russian economy, where the state's share has risen from 30% to 70% over 10 years.
To form reserves, Rosselkhozbank asked the state for 308 billion rubles.
According to the Central Bank statistics, the share of the dollar in Russia's external debt was 60%, which is the minimum value since 2014. Borrowing in dollars becomes less profitable with the sanctions taking their toll, the experts say.
The regulator fears excessive borrowing.
A small oil company Dulisma, which belongs to the Khotin family, manages to get export benefits faster than LUKOIL. The Ministry of Finance believes these benefits are justified and assesses budget losses from them at 92.5 billion rubles.
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.
Sberbank, VTB and Gazprombank could not deprive the founder of Mechel of control over the company. Now Igor Zyuzin is closer than ever to defeating the creditors
The former owners of Yukos had no right to sue Russia in the Hague, the international arbitration awarded them "extra" $21.7 billion of compensation, and Vladimir Putin meant something different. RBC studied the appeal of Russia in the Yukos case.
The IMF presented calculations of the magnitude of the public sector in the Russian economy.