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The Bank of Russia presented four scenarios for the development of the Russian economy in 2021-2023: the baseline and three alternative ones, reflecting possible risks. The scenarios are contained in the draft Guidelines for the unified state monetary policy.


World health care and pharmaceuticals were not ready for coronavirus infection. There was a shortage of doctors, hospital beds, medicines, and an understanding of how to fight the new virus successfully. The states redesigned hospitals, built new ones, involved doctors of almost any specialization and even medical students in the treatment of patients, in pharmaceuticals the race for drugs against the new virus and vaccines began. What is happening has significantly increased the interest of investors in the industry, including in Russia.


What banks in Russia and abroad provide the best conditions for wealthy Russians? Forbes presents a new ranking of the best banks for millionaires.


Now the main source of financing for investments in fixed assets in Russia is companies' own funds. This limits investment opportunities. To solve the ambitious task of accelerating investment growth, it is necessary, first of all, to increase the availability of borrowed funds for business. The Chinese experience clearly confirms this.


The Ministry of Finance has prepared amendments to the Tax Code, establishing a tax rate on dividends of 5% for residents of "Russian offshore companies". Earlier, Russia achieved an increase in the preferential rate to 15% from Cyprus, Malta and Luxembourg.


The record holder in terms of losses was the Moscow business that lost 85 billion rubles, while the Altai business showed the highest profit growth.


The Russian economy, amid the coronavirus pandemic, fell at its fastest pace since the 2008-2009 crisis.


Due to problems occured large investment projects could be disrupted.


Despite the fact that the prices for Urals oil are kept in the corridor of $ 40-45 per barrel, this is not very optimistic. Firstly, this level is still on the verge of a deficit-free budget. Secondly, the ghost of the second wave of coronavirus is walking both in Europe and in the whole world.


Analysts from SPARK-Interfax have studied settlements with suppliers from companies included in the government's list of the most affected industries. It turned out that their payment discipline was lame even before the pandemic, and companies had a certain practice in settlements with suppliers.


The world economy will be able to return to pre-crisis levels in 2022, while the Russian economy - only in 2024, analysts of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) predict. Recovery will be hampered by low raw materials prices, experts warn.


Two new rules have come into force in the United States that restrict the export of goods to Russia. They relate, inter alia, to the export of computers and bearings, which will need to be licensed even for deliveries to civilian consumers.


Before the pandemic, Russian companies and investors in the Russian economy had to reckon with a number of factors, for example, a rather stringent sanctions regime against a number of companies and the risks of its tightening. And at the beginning of this year, investors received a very unpleasant surprise in the form of a pandemic and a sharp drop in demand and world prices for hydrocarbons and other commodities, which in turn hit the key sectors of the economy very significantly.


The Federation Council approved a bill that allows Russian sub-sanctioned persons transfering any disputes to a Russian court and punishing opponents who disagree with this maneuver.


The Russian economy, like many other economies in the world, is already infected with the coronavirus. But unlike many, ours was also struck by the price war virus in the oil market.


Small and medium-sized businesses will receive tax and insurance premium deferrals for six months and will be able to restructure the debts accumulated during the crisis.


A quarantine week in Moscow costs the citys economy 75-112 billion rubles. The regime of restrictions kills the projected economic growth for this year and negatively affects the income level of Muscovites. If quarantine lasts longer than two or three weeks, the capital may face a surge in unemployment.


In terms of accuracy, it surpasses the analogues currently used in Russia.


Yandex is investing more than 200 million rubles in creating a platform for distance learning. In March, the platform will be available free of charge throughout Russia.


The Servant comedy is ahead of the Going Vertical sports drama and the highest grossing domestic film ever. The film raised almost 3 billion roubles in cinemas - 20 times more money than was spent on its creation.


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