The devaluation of the ruble in the interests of speculators, which we have been witnessing in recent years, has brought Russia’s international reserves to the wind. The economic policy pursued by Kudrin in 2008-2009 reduced them by almost a quarter trillion. A policy Nabiullina - more than 130 billion dollars.
In order to avoid a new round of squandering of international reserves, the state should get the right to restrict the export of speculative capital from the country. It was to this measure that the most liberal and most authoritarian economies of the time - the states of Chile and Malaysia - resorted during the crisis of 1997-1999. Only then did they avoid destructive devaluation.