Chairman of the Board of Directors of NLMK criticized the idea of an adviser to the President of the Russian Federation Andrei Belousov "withdraw" from metallurgists and chemical companies 537 billion rubles.
Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, Andrei Belousov, found where to take 537 billion rubles to finance the "May" decrees of the head of state. They will be taken from the profits of metallurgists, producers of fertilizers and Sibur.
The federal center and the Moscow region decided to complete even the houses of "zero" readiness.
The space company will still leave the site in the Moscow area of Fili and even help her with the money. Whether the SCNC will be able to produce economically inefficient Angara launch vehicles remains a mystery.
The head of the Russian Federation instructed the government to work out another crazy infrastructure project. Its cost will be preliminary 540 billion rubles, which is twice the estimate of the Crimean bridge.
The new head of Roskosmos announced the integrated satellite system "Sphere" worth up to one trillion rubles. The idea appealed to Vladimir Putin, who gave the go-ahead for the development of the corresponding federal target program.
The US Justice Department detained the founder of the organization "The right to arms" for acting as an agent of influence in favor of Russia, which in America is illegal. The protégé of ex-senator Alexander Torshin now faces up to 10 years in prison.
Moscow, under Washington's pressure, is prepared to retain only a small part of its gas transit through Ukraine.
The head of VTB Bank seriously suggests to make the ruble a currency for international settlements. Most likely, it is a banal ban on foreign currencies for Russians.
Withdrawal of sanctions from UC Rusal not only suits the administration of Trump, but it is beneficial to it.
According to the head of Sberbank, oil companies may not give 800 billion rubles in loans to Russian banks that were taken to modernize the refinery. Sberbank has already issued 455 billion rubles for these purposes.
Ex-Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation cherishes ambitious plans.
The state will send money to pensioners and social expenditures for the army and pay for power structures.
Vladimir Putin instructed to create a scheme for transferring defense credits to Promsvyazbank (PSB). Loan repayment will occur at a discount and will be accompanied by a transfer of capital. At the same time, the PSB will not be the only authorized bank for the state defense order.
The president of the deceased "OFC-Bank" Nikolay Gordeev is suspected of abuse of authority while running a credit institution.
The President has completed the reshuffling in the administration by appointing plenipotentiaries in the federal districts of the Russian Federation.
The Federal Tax Service will begin an experiment on taxation of self-employed citizens of the Russian Federation in four regions of the country. In the future, the government plans to annually collect from them up to 500 billion rubles of taxes. Which can be sent to help the oligarchs, to finance wars and hold mundials.
The carrier can change the development strategy.
However, until this failed to do because of the developer's bankruptcy. Now the "Electronic ticket" will be developed by the corporation "Rostekh" and there are all chances that the company of Chemezov, to the great joy of Russian tourists, will fail this project.
Yeltsin's son-in-law, Valentin Yumashev, was officially appointed as an adviser to the Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the spokesman of the latter, Dmitry Peskov, "Yumashev has always been an adviser to the president."
Becoming US Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross promised to give up his assets. But he did not. His family now owns an extremely toxic investment portfolio, in which there are, for example, shares of companies related to Vladimir Putin's inner circle.
After the publication of the Panama Dossier, the law firm Mossack Fonseca undertook a detailed study of its Russian clients.
The US is trying to derail the largest defense contracts between Russia and India.
In 2017, the state company will pay 33 billion rubles, which is half what it received for its stakes in Rosneft, Gazprom and Inter RAO.
The state can sell even a part of the shares of Sberbank.
Famous for his unscrupulous official of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation "ruined" the fight against Telegram and began to run "ahead of the locomotive", recommending the disconnection of foreign services.
The proceeds - up to 30 billion rubles - they offer to send to support the industry.
Rosatom has signed contracts for the supply of equipment for four new power units in China and other agreements worth more than $ 5 billion.