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Putin says convinced Russia will get over current crisis with minimal losses

  • 29 Jun 08:58

Putin says convinced Russia will get over current crisis with minimal losses He recalled about current allowances to families with children, allowances to support the economy and pandemic-affected sectors. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is convinced the country will get over the coronavirus-triggered crisis with minimal losses. "I think Russia will be able to get over everything, to cope with everything and survive. The question is the price of it," he said in an interview with the Moscow. Kremlin. Putin program on theRossiya-1television channel on Sunday when asked whether Russia could have withstood such a crisis should it happen twenty years ago. "Looking back at the 1990s, well, it was a difficult time. In. Read more...

Putin urges higher competitiveness of national agriculture on world markets

  • 21 May 10:04

Putin urges higher competitiveness of national agriculture on world markets The President stressed that it is important to fully use the potential of national research institutions for the needs of agricultural production Russian President Vladimir Putin has set the task for the domestic agriculture sector to increase competitiveness in world markets, to develop gardening, wine-growing, its own seed production, as well as using advanced scientific developments. "As in all sectors of the economy, ones should not overlook strategic issues here [in the agriculture sector] as well, it is necessary to increase the competitiveness of Russian agricultural products, making domestic products and food be in growing demand both in our. Read more...

Putin to hold meetings on agriculture, communications, IT industry

  • 12 May 11:33

Putin to hold meetings on agriculture, communications, IT industry Such practice of developing targeted solutions and adjusting the measures that have been already taken will be continued in the near future, Russian President says. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans to hold meetings on the situation in agriculture, light industry, communications, and the IT industry. "Almost every week, with the participation of business, we hold meetings to support and develop key sectors of the economy. Such practice of developing targeted solutions and adjusting the measures that have been already taken will be continued in the near future," he said. Putin specified that the situation in agriculture, light. Read more...

Putin Proposes State Aid for Food Delivery Services

  • 15 Apr 10:03

Putin Proposes State Aid for Food Delivery Services Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the government to consider the possibility of supporting online food delivery services, including partial subsidizing of such delivery cost during the coronavirus pandemic period,TASSreports. The relevant point is contained in the list of assignments of the head of state posted on the Kremlin’s website on Monday. The Russian government is tasked “to consider the possibility of supporting and delivering online services of public catering delivery, including through partial subsidizing of the delivery cost to small and medium business companies during the new coronavirus spread period. The deadline is May. Read more...

Putin Wants to Link Arctic, Indian Ocean Ports through “Eurasian Transport Network”

  • 11 Oct 09:47

Putin Wants to Link Arctic, Indian Ocean Ports through “Eurasian Transport Network” President Vladimir Putin says Russia wants to speed up the creation of a Eurasian transport network which would connect ports on Russia’s Arctic coast with ports on the Indian Ocean, Politcom.rureported. Asia and the Middle East were in the spotlight during the conference, which Putin has attended since its establishment in 2004. Infrastructure development was a key part of this year’s talks which took place last week. “Together, we must think about how to speed up the formation of a Eurasian transport network, a true grid of latitudinal and longitudinal routes,” Putin said in his speech at theValdai Discussion Clubconference. He also. Read more...

Putin comments on state of Russia's economy

  • 9 Sep 10:06

Putin comments on state of Russia's economy President Vladimir Putin considers the current situation in the Russian economy to be generally positive, according to the transcript of the meeting on economic issues released on the Kremlin’s website on Tuesday. "The situation in the Russian economy is generally positive on key parameters," he said. The president noted the dynamics of industrial output since the beginning of this year. "Industrial growth has reached 3.1% in eight months, including a 3.8% increase of manufacturing," he said. Putin also mentioned the performance of enterprises and organizations in terms of fixed capital investments that went up by 3.2% in the first. Read more...

Putin: Russian Economic Trends Remain Positive, More Growth Needed

  • 19 Jul 09:20

Putin: Russian Economic Trends Remain Positive, More Growth Needed Russia’s economic trends are positive but growth rates need to accelerate, the country’s president Vladimir Putin has said, according toNTV.“Russia has maintained positive economic growth rates for 13 quarters in a row,” the head of state said at a session on economic issues. He cited figures for January-May, which indicated that “the gross domestic product was 0.6% up, and industrial production increased by 2.4%.” “Still, it is necessary to achieve more stable, and most importantly, more dynamic growth,” Putin said. For this purpose, “it is necessary to maintain general macroeconomic stability, preserve the. Read more...

Putin: Sanctions Cost European Economies $240bn, While Russia Lost $50bn

  • 24 Jun 10:52

Putin: Sanctions Cost European Economies $240bn, While Russia Lost $50bn Western economic restrictions have deprived the Russian economy of $50 billion, but the European Union has been hit harder, losing $240 billion since 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin said,RTreported. Other countries also felt the impact of anti-Russian sanctions, Putin said as heanswered citizens’ questions during the annual Direct Line Q&A sessionin Moscow on Thursday. The United States, which does not have the biggest trade turnover with Russia, has lost $17 billion due to sanctions, while Japan lost $27 billion, RT adds The Russian President added that the West is unlikely to significantly change its attitude toward Russia anytime soon, so Russia. Read more...

Foreign investors sign record number of deals in Russia

  • 8 Jun 12:52

Foreign investors sign record number of deals in Russia Foreign investment has been growing since the beginning of 2017, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in his address at the 21st St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) on June 2. Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Russia, June 2, 2017 Source: Reuters "In the first quarter, the inflow of direct foreign investment into the Russian economy amounted to seven billion dollars. Notably, this is the best indicator for the relevant period in the past three years," Putin said. Russia's GDP has been growing for the third consecutive quarter,. Read more...

No chance for food embargo to be lifted soon, says Putin

  • 28 Nov 12:08

No chance for food embargo to be lifted soon, says Putin Russia aims to maintain its food embargo for as long as possible to protect investment in the country’s meat industry, Russian president. Read more...