The amount of debts returned to Russia exceeded the amount of loans issued for the first time since 2010


Last year, the amount of debts returned to Russia exceeded the amount of loans issued. Our country lent 215 billion rubles, and repaid 250 billion. Thus, payments exceeded loans issued to foreign governments by 35 billion rubles.


This is reported by the publication "News".

This happened for the first time since 2010. Then the Russian Federation received 53 billion rubles from borrowers, and paid them 14 billion.

Another record set by the Russian Ministry of Finance is the amount of debts collected. It is the highest in the last decade. The previous record was set a year earlier, when Russia returned 133 billion rubles.

Over the past decade, Russia has issued loans to foreign countries in the amount of 1,3 trillion rubles, and returned 800 billion.

Deputy Minister of Finance Sergey Storchak explains the intensification of payments by the maturity of the loan body of 5-6 large borrowers. In addition, the department has become more demanding on the timely return of debts. This is due to the aggravation of the geopolitical situation.

The total debt of foreign countries of Russia is about 35 billion dollars, which in terms of rubles is approximately 2,2 trillion. The largest borrower at the moment is Belarus.
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  1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 11: 15 New
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    Why do we need to take a loan, pay interest for this, so that later this money will be reused to third countries and eventually written off.
    I don’t even understand who paid the debt to us!
    1. Olgovich 5 February 2020 11: 27 New
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      Quote: Santa Claus
      Why do we need take on credit, pay interest for this, so that later you can reimburse this money to third countries

      from whom did they take it? recourse

      In general, loans (with a LITERATURE approach!) Is a profitable business that brings material and geopolitical income
      1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 11: 29 New
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        The state debt of Russia according to the Ministry of Finance, as of 1.08.19, amounted to 53,8 billion dollars.
        1. Nastia makarova 5 February 2020 11: 57 New
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          mere pennies
          1. Shurik70 5 February 2020 12: 51 New
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            Well ... If only with a competent policy.
            The US lives in debt. They live very well. That's just on the part of THEIR POLICY IS SO DISCHARGE ...
            Reluctance to be like the USA.
            Better to be yourself. Maintain your own policy. Help friends. Search for new partners. And let the enemies powerlessly hate, if they do not want to become partners.

            A person can either take loans, or repay them, or give someone a loan. But just one thing. If all at once, this is already a swindler. Or falling into a debt hole, and not wanting to get out of there.
            Why should countries be different?

            And yet, the practice of debt forgiveness is considered vicious. If you are not hoping to repay the debt, immediately designate aid as humanitarian. And not a loan. And then forgive one, others do not return, wait for forgiveness.
            1. Range 5 February 2020 15: 16 New
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              Here you need a subtle approach. There are blatant Saxons insolently pushing loans (such as assistance), to the countries on which they laid their eyes. Well, if they flew by, they don’t even bother about it. Attachments are and minus. Who does not risk, he does not drink champagne. And why do you think that Russia has no right to risk? Indeed, in the end, ultimately, a positive balance is obtained. Now minusers will begin to show their dissatisfaction with a quiet glanders. Yes, okay, they know better from the bag. I consider a minus without comment a manifestation of the scarcity of the mind. Let's see how many offended by fate this time.
              1. Starover_Z 5 February 2020 21: 50 New
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                Quote: Spectrum
                And why do you think that Russia has no right to risk?

                And why should Russia only take risks and then forgive debts? We survived, someone returned something, and perhaps even with a loan interest, which MUST BE CONSTANT if you give a loan, and we are happy!
                And why do not praises praises be given to their people when people repay their loans, and with good interest ?!
                1. Range 5 February 2020 21: 59 New
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                  It is about a positive balance. In any business where there is money there is a waste that is not advertised. You have heard a lot about how you forgave debts during Soviet times, and you didn’t forgive even small amounts. And now, someone from the top is clearly leaking information to the media. That's the whole stink about it. Magazine sluts sometimes do even more harm than the same Barmalei. And they do it consciously, knowing that they are harmful.
            2. Zoldat_A 5 February 2020 23: 53 New
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              Quote: Shurik70

              Well ... If only with a competent policy.
              The US lives in debt. They live very well. That's just on the part of THEIR POLICY IS SO DISCHARGE ...

              THEIR POLICY IS SO NASTY ...
              Just wondering how long they can live on credit by feeding All over the world unsecured green paper (see Nixon and the Jamaican Monetary System)?

              How much more can this bubble swell cheeks?

              Then kaaaaak babakhnet! And who at that time will have as few green papers as possible and as few as possible “absolutely reliable” American debt receipts on toilet paper, which our “liberal” financial government so loved to buy - that will survive.
              1. Shurik70 6 February 2020 07: 12 New
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                For several generations has changed.
                Once upon a time, it’s going to go crazy.
                But before the babah, the rest of the world feeds America, tearing itself away.
                After the babah, the whole world will fall asleep with its debris.
                It will not be good for anyone. Except North Korea.
                1. Zoldat_A 6 February 2020 11: 50 New
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                  Quote: Shurik70
                  After the babah, the whole world will fall asleep with its debris.

                  Except for those who will not have “green paper” on hand. I and my company will not fall asleep for sure.
                  In the demobilization album is 1 dollar with a signature - in memory of the army.
                  Quote: Shurik70
                  Except North Korea.

                  Here I am about that.

                  I do not call for self-isolation, like Kima. I urge self-sufficiency. And refusal of calculations in green paper is the first step.

                  When I, as the head of a construction company, our suppliers, trying to gain something on the course, offer to pay in "cu" (especially in futures) - I suggest paying off in Mongolian tugriks. They smile and agree to rubles.
          2. Lelek 5 February 2020 23: 52 New
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            Quote: Nastia Makarova
            mere pennies


            Nihrenasё (it's me in Japanese), a penny. And what about your money?
        2. the most important 5 February 2020 14: 53 New
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          Quote: Santa Claus
          The state debt of Russia according to the Ministry of Finance, as of 1.08.19, amounted to 53,8 billion dollars.

          The total external debt of Russia as of 01.01.1994 - 118,007 billion dollars, and as of 01.01.2020 - 481,473 billion dollars. A very large% in debt is the debts of state-owned companies, which speaks of the ugly management of these companies with daily million-dollar salaries of management.
          1. Golovan Jack 5 February 2020 15: 01 New
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            Quote: the most important
            A very large% in debt is the debts of state-owned companies, which indicates the ugly management of these companies

            Give an example (at least one) of a successful company (not necessarily a state company) in any country without a debt.

            Quote: the most important
            with daily millionth management salaries

            Eco flatters you ... give an example, nevertheless. Be kind yes
            1. Keyser soze 5 February 2020 15: 43 New
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              Give an example (at least one) of a successful company (not necessarily a state company) in any country without a debt.


              There are thousands of them.

              Google, Amazon, Facebook, Aliexpress, Volkswagen, Toyota, Renault, BMW, Mercedes, Merc, DJI, etc., etc.

              Many companies have such a financial resource that they don’t know where to put it and throw billions on R&D.
        3. Zoldat_A 5 February 2020 23: 45 New
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          Quote: Santa Claus
          The state debt of Russia according to the Ministry of Finance, as of 1.08.19, amounted to 53,8 billion dollars.

          You just do not confuse - In Russia, people earn and pay taxes. I at least pay everything. And 54 billion compared to what we earn - this is nonsense. Not that "surplus-deficit, debit-credit" of the 90s. You remind who and when paid with Gorbachevsky debts? With the debts of the USSR, all 15 republics, by the way?

          And count what Ukraine and its debts earn?
      2. Far East 5 February 2020 12: 14 New
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        (with a LITERATURE approach!) - this is a profitable business that brings material and geopolitical income) it is SERIOUS! is it for the people GOOD !? (credit) everything! this is FINISH!
        1. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 12: 30 New
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          the benefit of the people is primarily a state in which it is peaceful and stable. it is impossible to do without money. Do you want the benefit of the people at what level? Ukrainian as an example will suit?
          1. Far East 5 February 2020 12: 41 New
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            So, we have a surplus (dough) (do you want the good of the people at what level? Will the Ukrainian suit you as an example?) Everything is normal with your head! yes, stop writing about POOR (who understands) Ukraine. we are talking about loans, as a blessing for the country (Russia), bondage, debt!
            1. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 12: 44 New
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              The problem is the existing budget rule in our country, according to which in 2019 all additional income received by the country from oil prices in excess of $ 41,6 per barrel is sent to the National Welfare Fund. Every year this price rises by 2%. The budget rule today exists not only in our country, but in about 90 countries of the world. This is done not just like that, but to decouple our country's budget from the oil price so that the next collapse in the oil market caused another crisis in our country. Do you want to change the budget rules on your knee when you want?)))
              1. Far East 5 February 2020 12: 53 New
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                case is not a deputy! Yes, where does the OIL! I'm talking about loans! country (Russia) with HUGE natural resources!
                1. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 13: 01 New
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                  there are rules. there are laws. it is a state. mechanism. here amateurish knowledge of such things does not work. I just briefly explained to you why this is done.
                  1. Far East 5 February 2020 13: 10 New
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                    that is all! can explain to my grandson! he will listen to your lecture with pleasure! I’m listening to this all for more than twenty years! I want to stop there! I'm in the 90s. lived better than now! (former sailor) it would not have questions why!
                    1. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 13: 14 New
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                      are we talking about your life or budget rules?))) we were worse off in 90;
                      1. Far East 5 February 2020 13: 25 New
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                        ABOUT LOANS! everything is simple! nice man! all! Enough! (I want to stop at this!) I repeat! all! well, cited an example in the revelry of the 90s. as it was VERY EASY! now NOT 90s. well, LIFE is becoming AWESOME! You can still minus! just ............. ah, I’m watching DOESN'T sleep!
                      2. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 13: 27 New
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                        who sleeps at 20 o’clock?) but how I lived I repeat I didn’t ask you) it somehow ...
                      3. Far East 5 February 2020 13: 35 New
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                        aaaaaaaaaa! we all wake up! I replied about LOANS NOT TO YOU (to you) but how I LIVED in the 90s compared to 2020. I gave PRIMERRRRR! everything is simple! ALL! Enough! I beg!
                    2. St Petrov 5 February 2020 13: 40 New
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                      now NOT 90s. well, LIFE is becoming AWESOME!

                      what is this groan based on?

                    3. Far East 5 February 2020 13: 46 New
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                      (this groan, we start to have a song!) shaw, again! all higher!
                    4. St Petrov 5 February 2020 14: 24 New
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                      there is no specificity above, only groans. By what criteria did you determine that living in a country is now worse than in the 90s?

                      PS in the 90s there were also loans. Only our country took them - wherever she could. And now it gives. Does this fact prevent you from living?

                      Or interferes with your life, comparing loan rates, for example, 97 and 2020?

                      See, some questions. It would be better if you wrote one comment in detail, and while I was looking for specifics - the scroll is tired

                    5. Far East 5 February 2020 14: 53 New
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                      Olgovich (Andrey) In general, loans (with a LITERATURE approach!) Is a profitable business that brings material and geopolitical income) (Far East (Sergey) 1 Today, 12:14
                      (with a LITERATURE approach!) - this is a profitable business that brings material and geopolitical income) it is SERIOUS! is it for the people GOOD !? (credit) everything! this is FINISH!) whoever seeks will always find! sho such a scroll? can replace this bourgeois word! and then for, the purity of the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE seems to be fighting, YES! I see you special on loans! still pay a long time !?
                    6. St Petrov 5 February 2020 15: 00 New
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                      whoever seeks will always find!

                      not in this stream of consciousness

                      I see you special on loans! still pay a long time !?

                      specialist? I turn on my head and don’t take them. Well, while I did not have such a need. Consumer is definitely not needed. If only to let something go

                      So by what criteria did you start to live worse? Will there be something specific?
                    7. Far East 5 February 2020 15: 13 New
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                      imagines himself a "wise guy" (stream of consciousness) it is necessary to occasionally turn on the brain! But, DO NOT USE SCROLL! (Special? I turn on my head and do not take them. Well, I didn’t have such a need so far.) Oh! nothing wrong! our rulers WILL FORCE a loan! not today, so yesterday! (STON) not decent! no need to further develop our discussion! I received an exhaustive answer!
                    8. St Petrov 5 February 2020 15: 26 New
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                      So by what criteria did you start to live worse? Will there be something specific?


                    9. Far East 5 February 2020 15: 35 New
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                      shaw, again! s / n was higher. utilities were lower. natur product was in the store., the fuel was lower, pour solar 54r. per liter. was younger. I hope this is enough!
                    10. St Petrov 5 February 2020 15: 45 New
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                      was younger.


                      Well, okay. And Yeltsin did not force a loan! 11
                      The country has come ...

                      s / n was higher. utilities were lower. Natur product was in the boutiques.


                      yes I remember. Nice lived.

                    11. Far East 5 February 2020 15: 51 New
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                      NO! again, who uses SCROLL! (former, sailor seafarer) except, I did not answer, it became WORSE worse to live! not to mention retirement age! it is NOT STON! this comparison is yesterday and tomorrow! May be enough?
                    12. Far East 5 February 2020 15: 54 New
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                      I can talk about today's youth with so much information, upload photos, sho hair stand on end! this is not an example! my grandson will be interested in you!
                  2. Range 5 February 2020 22: 04 New
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                    Do you fill in the solarium? So you live not bad. And what did you flood in the old days?
                  3. Far East 6 February 2020 10: 18 New
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                    slicked! put a potbelly stove on your Nissan Terrano! with wood I "fill" everything in order with my head? I realized that, I wrote it !? N-YES!
  • kapitan92 5 February 2020 12: 15 New
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    Last year, the amount of debts returned to Russia exceeded the amount of loans issued. Our country lent 215 billion rubles, and repaid 250 billion.

    In total over the past decade, Russia issued loans to foreign states on the amount of 1,3 trillion rubles, and returned 800 billion.

    Another record set by the Russian Ministry of Finance is the amount of debts collected. It is the highest in the last decade.

    There is a reason to write yourself a prize, but a year is not an indicator! For ten years, the negative balance is 500 billion rubles.
    The largest borrower at the moment is Belarus.

    This is a problem borrower! It is not worth waiting for the repayment of loans in full, and when turning the Republic of Belarus towards the West, by analogy with the outskirts, we won’t get anything at all.
  • Vladimir_2U 5 February 2020 12: 18 New
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    This business is only profitable if you lend to your own currency.
    1. Lexus 6 February 2020 02: 48 New
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      Vladimir hi
      Those who give loans to the right and left on behalf of the state just consider the currency and profits from it as their own, and losses / bad debts - state / national. winked
      I understood your offer. Just to make a “wooden” popular world / reserve freely convertible currency, usurious skills will not be enough - a strong domestic and foreign economy, political will and responsibility, a competent and balanced approach to risks are critically important. You can’t turn the course of the “international” ruble at your own discretion and you can’t add tokens to the accounts. wink
  • seti 5 February 2020 12: 35 New
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    Only local "experts" have to figure it out 10 times that lending is beneficial. The truth is if the debtor is reliable. Most countries observe this sacredly because they understand that the next time no one will lend.
    1. at84432384 5 February 2020 19: 37 New
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      You can lend in different ways. If it is a tied loan to pay for the goods of your country, then it is profitable, it is support for your economy. If given in a currency like Belarus without conditions, then this is support for someone else's economy (in this case, the Chinese) and throwing money into the wind without any guarantees whatsoever.
  • Svetlana 5 February 2020 14: 18 New
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    >>> In general, loans (with a LITERATURE approach!) Are a profitable business that brings material and geopolitical income <<
    Bringing fynansovыy income, but not material and certainly not geopolitical
  • at84432384 5 February 2020 19: 30 New
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    The Ministry of Finance annually issues bonds for about a trillion at 6-8% per annum and at the same time holds reserves in the West at 2%. When Siluanov was asked in the State Duma what kind of idiocy this was, he did not answer anything intelligible. Our budget, as you know, has long been surplus. This is primitive corruption.
  • Guru 5 February 2020 11: 32 New
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    Santa Claus
    Russia takes loans in real money, and lends goods in a certain amount. And regarding the "Who returned" to me without a difference-The fact of the return of this debt, and not the cancellation of it, I am quite satisfied.
    1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 11: 39 New
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      Palm oil returned - are you comfortable with this?
      1. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 12: 29 New
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        yes even with matches) start to understand that there is a market for this oil and it is growing as the perfumery and chemical industries began to consume it a lot. and it means you still have to buy it. why does the state not make money on it? exchange in the first place is more profitable than direct sales and secondly do not forget about the sanctions.
        1. seti 5 February 2020 12: 37 New
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          This is a Troll - it is useless to explain to him.
    2. Vladimir_2U 5 February 2020 12: 16 New
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      Quote: Guru
      Russia takes loans in real money, and lends goods in debt for a certain amount
      Those. green candy wrappers against oil, forests and weapons is it very profitable? And I forgot the Turkish tomatoes.
    3. dirk182 5 February 2020 13: 50 New
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      Quote: Guru
      and lends goods for a certain amount

      What kind of goods, please enlighten. That's honestly, except for weapons, timber, gas, oil and rare earth metals, nothing comes to mind.
  • Svarog 5 February 2020 11: 47 New
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    Quote: Santa Claus
    Why do we need to take a loan, pay interest for this, so that later this money will be reused to third countries and eventually written off.

    Very correct and relevant question. And the answer lies in the field of effective economic management. We have “effective” managers, but there are no responsible and smart managers, which is confirmed by the current state of the economy. You can and should take a loan, but you need to understand where and for what purpose the money will go, and most importantly, what we’ll get from this .. and we have “effective” managers who think that they will get it, that is, they understand only own profit .. patamushta nobody seriously asks for the result ..
    1. bessmertniy 5 February 2020 11: 54 New
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      One can imagine what bonuses officials of debtor countries received when Russia graciously forgave their debts. request And then they again came to us with outstretched hands for new loans, and again they received them. negative
  • Ros 56 5 February 2020 17: 06 New
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    Snegurochka returned, he himself forgot how, drunk, he borrowed on a sled with a horse. laughing laughing laughing
  • Vladimir_2U 5 February 2020 11: 15 New
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    Interestingly, they gave a loan in dollars, and the return is considered in rubles. Something this reminds me of ... In, the scam in the calculations reminds me!
    1. lwxx 5 February 2020 12: 11 New
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      Quote: Vladimir_2U
      In, the scam in the calculations reminds!

      Vladimir, you correctly noted, only not in the calculations but in the reports to the people. Especially after 2014, when the dollar doubled.
      1. Vladimir_2U 5 February 2020 12: 14 New
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        Quote: lwxx
        not only in calculations but in reports to the people

        Precisely, thanks for the amendment.
    2. Svarog 5 February 2020 12: 26 New
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      Quote: Vladimir_2U
      Interestingly, they gave a loan in dollars, and the return is considered in rubles. Something this reminds me of ... In, the scam in the calculations reminds me!

      Vladimir, our scam has become normal .. now it is called PR and marketing .. hi
    3. The comment was deleted.
  • askort154 5 February 2020 11: 18 New
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    And the supreme "largest borrower" - instead of repaying the debt, is engaged in blackmail and falls into hysteria. fool
  • Voltsky 5 February 2020 11: 21 New
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    I remember here I was arguing with someone about debts :)

    It’s nice to know that you’re right ... even after a troska.
  • bessmertniy 5 February 2020 11: 21 New
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    And how many debts (including for Soviet loans) to other states have been foolishly forgiven in recent decades. Not recoverable by either money or pledges !. Moreover, we cry that we do not have enough funds, that because of their shortage, we need to attract foreign investors.
    1. Sergey Olegovich 5 February 2020 11: 32 New
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      Quote: bessmertniy
      we cry that we don’t have enough money

      This, debt forgiveness, is just one of several reasons why there are no funds.
      I don’t know what benefit the state from forgiving debts to other countries, most likely no, but the cons because of this are noticeable.
    2. carstorm 11 5 February 2020 12: 37 New
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      pledges? Seriously? But can you inform a similar mechanism for repaying debts?))) Do you even understand what state and commercial debt are and the difference between them?)))
  • Santa Claus 5 February 2020 11: 27 New
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    More than a dozen countries owed Russia about 27 billion dollars. The top three of this list includes Belarus 7,5 billion, Ukraine 3,7 billion and Venezuela 3,5 billion. Of course, dollars.
    About 3 billion. Cuba owed. Major borrowers from far abroad countries include Bangladesh, Cyprus, India and Yemen. It is primarily about the funds provided for the construction of nuclear facilities or the purchase of weapons.
    At the time when the state external debt of Russia, as of August 1, 2019, amounted to 53,8 billion dollars.
    If you really look at this situation, then we give them money so that they buy something from us, at this time we pay interest on our debts, but in the end we forgive the debtors. So what is our benefit here ???
    1. Nastia makarova 5 February 2020 12: 01 New
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      mostly forgiven the debts of the USSR, the rest pay regularly
      1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 12: 03 New
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        I wrote above about the debts of modern Russia, and not the RSFSR
        1. A009 5 February 2020 12: 22 New
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          Then clarify what debts to Russia we have forgiven? Are there any examples?
          1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 12: 35 New
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            In order not to accuse me of writing off the debts of the USSR, I will give an example of a different kind:
            In 2014, Russia wrote off $ 865 million (out of $ 890 million) of debt to Uzbekistan
            In 2018, Russia wrote off $ 240 million dollars of debt to Kyrgyzstan
            1. A009 5 February 2020 12: 49 New
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              If you allow-
              The agreement provides the legal basis for the settlement of all categories of mutual financial claims and obligations arising between the Russian Federation and Uzbekistan on operations of the former Soviet Union, including those related to the Diamond Fund of the USSR, as well as on loans granted by Russia to Uzbekistan in 1992-1993, the statement says explanatory note.

              Read more: https://uz.sputniknews.ru/politics/20160406/2403583.html
              [quote] Since 1998, the Uzbek side has not recognized its debt obligations to the Russian side, at the same time putting forward counterclaims, in particular, related to the division of the USSR Diamond Fund in the amount of up to two billion dollars.

              Read more: https://uz.sputniknews.ru/politics/20160406/2403583.html{[/quote]
              This is a quick look at the debt of Uzbekistan. Now explain - do you think this is just a forgiven debt?
              1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 13: 00 New
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                Did not read the links you provided.
                If there is something to be said on the merits, state yourself in two sentences.
                Otherwise, I will throw links for your comprehensive development and analysis.
                1. A009 5 February 2020 14: 26 New
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                  For convenience, I have selected paragraphs and quotes from the article. But, probably, even this you are not a force. In any case, I understand you. All the best
            2. Piramidon 5 February 2020 12: 52 New
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              Quote: Santa Claus
              In order not to accuse me of writing off the debts of the USSR, I will give an example of a different kind:
              In 2014, Russia wrote off $ 865 million (out of $ 890 million) of debt to Uzbekistan
              In 2018, Russia wrote off $ 240 million dollars of debt to Kyrgyzstan

              And in what year did they borrow and from whom?
          2. Vladimir B. 5 February 2020 13: 45 New
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            Quote: A009
            Are there any examples?

            In 2010, Russia wrote off $ 891 million of debt to Afghanistan, after which the entire amount of Afghan debts written off by Russia reached $ 12 billion.
            In 2010, Russia wrote off $ 180 million of debt to Mongolia
            In 2012, Russia wrote off $ 11 billion of debt to the DPRK.
            In 2013, Russia wrote off $ 500 million of debt to Kyrgyzstan
            etc.
            If we consider only large loans in excess of $ 1 billion, it turns out that for 20 years Russia has written off about $ 140 billion.
            1. Golovan Jack 5 February 2020 14: 01 New
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              Quote: Vladimir B.
              In 2012, Russia wrote off $ 11 billion of debt to the DPRK

              Your source ... is telling a lie.

              Charged "about 90%" of 11 billion.

              the funds remaining after debiting will be repaid within 20 years in equal semi-annual payments

              https://www.bbc.com/russian/international/2012/09/120918_korea_russia_debt

              I note that initially Kim did not recognize the debt ("there is no country we borrowed from. Therefore, there is no debt"), and negotiations to resolve the debt lasted 4 years belay

              So - not everything is as simple and straightforward as some here are trying to show wink
              1. Vladimir B. 5 February 2020 14: 34 New
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                Quote: Golovan Jack
                Quote: Vladimir B.
                In 2012, Russia wrote off $ 11 billion of debt to the DPRK

                Your source ... is telling a lie.

                Charged "about 90%" of 11 billion.

                the funds remaining after debiting will be repaid within 20 years in equal semi-annual payments

                https://www.bbc.com/russian/international/2012/09/120918_korea_russia_debt

                I note that initially Kim did not recognize the debt ("there is no country we borrowed from. Therefore, there is no debt"), and negotiations to resolve the debt lasted 4 years belay

                So - not everything is as simple and straightforward as some here are trying to show wink

                Debt written off? Decommissioned. So that:
                Quote: Golovan Jack
                not everything is as simple and straightforward as some here are trying to show

                wink
                1. Golovan Jack 5 February 2020 14: 42 New
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                  Quote: Vladimir B.
                  Russia wrote off $ 11 billion debt to DPRK

                  Not 11, but less than 10. Time? And as zhezh request

                  Quote: Vladimir B.
                  Debt written off? Written off

                  And do not blush, which is typical ... it's in vain yes
                  1. Vladimir B. 5 February 2020 14: 47 New
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                    Quote: Golovan Jack
                    Not 11, but less than 10. Time? And as zhezh

                    "In September 2012, Russia wrote off DPRK debt in the amount of $ 11 billion. Moscow provided the country with an initial discount of 90% of the debt. The remaining debt of more than $ 1 billion will be used under the" debt in exchange for help "scheme in education, healthcare and energy in the implementation of joint projects in the DPRK. "
                    So what's the lie?
                    Quote: Golovan Jack
                    And do not blush, which is typical ... it's in vain

                    why blush? for you? request
                    1. Golovan Jack 5 February 2020 15: 21 New
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                      Quote: Vladimir B.
                      what is the lie?

                      In the figure.

                      Exchange “debts for help (development)” - cancellation of external debt in exchange for the allocation by the government of the debtor country of funds in local currency to finance development projects (for example, in the field of health care, education) carried out in the borrowing country


                      Learn the words yes
            2. A009 5 February 2020 14: 28 New
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              Are these loans that Russia gave? It was written about them. From the examples you have cited, I can understand that you did not even read what it was about and hastened to insert your five cents.
              1. Vladimir B. 5 February 2020 14: 43 New
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                Quote: A009
                Are these loans that Russia gave?

                these are debts after the collapse of the USSR since 1991.
                so that:
                Quote: A009
                you didn’t even read what it was about and rushed to insert your five cents.
            3. Piramidon 5 February 2020 17: 15 New
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              Quote: Vladimir B.
              Quote: A009
              Are there any examples?

              In 2010, Russia wrote off $ 891 million of debt to Afghanistan, after which the entire amount of Afghan debts written off by Russia reached $ 12 billion.
              In 2010, Russia wrote off $ 180 million of debt to Mongolia
              In 2012, Russia wrote off $ 11 billion of debt to the DPRK.
              In 2013, Russia wrote off $ 500 million of debt to Kyrgyzstan
              etc.
              If we consider only large loans in excess of $ 1 billion, it turns out that for 20 years Russia has written off about $ 140 billion.

              Is it the debt of the USSR or Russia? Nobody hopes to repay Soviet debts. Try to recover from the former countries of the socialist community and the so-called socialist orientation, where each leader of the tribe could declare himself a communist and feed at the expense of the Union. Their debts to the USSR can be forgotten, but Russia can increase their image by writing them off. Politics is more subtle than the East.
        2. Nastia makarova 5 February 2020 13: 12 New
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          get minus)))))
  • Gardamir 5 February 2020 11: 31 New
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    An interesting topic, so far all have set minuses to each other.
    1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 11: 43 New
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      For someone, putting a minus is the main goal, so as not to enter into a discussion)
      1. Ross xnumx 5 February 2020 12: 09 New
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        Quote: Santa Claus
        For someone, putting a minus is the main ...

        ...part of work. There is a specific norm: 1 minus - 1 ruble ... The main thing is to know who to bet. But you are not very upset, no one has yet managed to raise ... stop rating with a “stick” lying horizontally ... laughing
    2. bk316 5 February 2020 11: 48 New
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      [quote] An interesting topic, while everyone has set minuses to each other.
      The topic is clear, open sources.
      And the person (Frost) is registered on the site and in a hurry writes the first comment with his delirium about the return of palm oil. Hence the cons.
      1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 11: 59 New
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        So thanks to the efforts of people like you, they have already blocked me more than once ...
        1. bk316 5 February 2020 12: 01 New
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          I have already been blocked and more than once ...

          What is this for? It seems that they are not blocking the blizzard in VO .....
          Everyone has a "hurried people made fun"
          And about entering into a discussion
          Twice two - five.
          Crimean bridge cannot be built.
          Dagger cartoon.
          Debate on such occasions do not respect yourself .....
          1. Santa Claus 5 February 2020 12: 05 New
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            This is when you destroy the illusory picture created in your brain by Mr. Kiselyov, then complaints to the site administrators begin, after which the account is blocked.
            1. bk316 5 February 2020 14: 32 New
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              ruining the illusory picture created in your brain

              That’s why you are being neglected for this, discussing a specific question about the minuses, and you are crawling about Kiselev and the illusory picture, nothing to be silent, people don’t like balabal ......
  • Ross xnumx 5 February 2020 12: 04 New
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    Last year, the amount of debts returned to Russia exceeded the amount of loans issued. Our country lent 215 billion rubles, and repaid 250 billion.

    A few hours ago they sent me an SMS from Sberbank with a proposal to open a credit card at 20 percent with a small percentage per annum. If I took a loan of 215 rubles from Sberbank (for a year), then in a year I would have to repay at least 000 ... wassat Gref would also have 8 billion socks left ...
    We have a surplus budget in Russia with a fixed personal income tax rate. I.e. There is money, but no one knows how to create 25 highly qualified jobs and develop domestic industrial production.
    While mastered the scheme of capital withdrawal abroad and non-targeted use .... repeat
    1. Svarog 5 February 2020 12: 29 New
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      Quote: ROSS 42
      oh there. There is money, but no one knows how to create 25 highly qualified jobs and develop domestic industrial production.

      So to build it is untrained .. "mastering" is what the "" effective "managers had in the training program ..
    2. kjhg 5 February 2020 12: 33 New
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      With all due respect, colleague, with the number of zeros you went over a little hi
    3. AU Ivanov. 5 February 2020 13: 56 New
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      Do you think that developing domestic competitive production is that simple? It is competitive in the world market, otherwise these investments are discarded money. Creating jobs is not a thing, but how long will these enterprises last until bankruptcy?
    4. bk316 5 February 2020 14: 35 New
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      If I took a loan from Sberbank (for a year)

      They don’t take a card for this, there would be a smaller percentage on the loan ..... Attacks and such an economy laughing
  • iouris 5 February 2020 12: 09 New
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    Wow, it happens!
  • mag nit 5 February 2020 12: 11 New
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    And where is the sum of debts forgiven by Putin? Why not boast?
  • Vasyan1971 5 February 2020 12: 12 New
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    Well, I do not know... request
  • Santa Claus 5 February 2020 12: 14 New
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    I’ll try to explain the situation on my fingers, for example:
    I make buckets.
    My neighbor needs a bucket, but no money.
    I take a loan from a bank and give it to my neighbor.
    He returns the money to me and takes the buckets.
    I pay all the costs of making buckets.
    Now there is not enough money to return to the bank, plus interest rushed.
    My neighbor is in chocolate - he has my buckets.
    A year later, a neighbor gave me part of the debt with palm oil.
    I threw out the oil, forgiving him the remaining debt.
    Having reduced the salary to my employees, I returned the interest to the bank.
    Having reduced staff and payment of premiums, I repaid the debt to the bank.
    As a result, my employees were partially laid off and lost in wages.
    A foreign bank has not earned me badly.
    My neighbor now has palm oil in my buckets.

    Well now, just do not understand what I said about debt imbitsil.
    1. Piramidon 5 February 2020 12: 59 New
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      Quote: Santa Claus
      I threw the oil

      What for? If you do not need oil, do not use oil.
      1. Nastia makarova 5 February 2020 13: 21 New
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        the frost is still a trojan))))
    2. VicktorVR 5 February 2020 13: 27 New
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      And if it's different on the fingers:
      A neighbor needs buckets to carry milk from cows to a separator, but there is no money. And there is no oil either, because milk is all under cows or in cows. Yes, and take milk far - it will go bad. I would be happy to lend a bucket, but galvanizing costs money. I take a loan from a bank and give a new bucket to a neighbor. He begins to produce oil, sells it, with the proceeds he orders me new cows, separators, construction of new cowsheds. At the same time, he and his children are full of shoes and do not steal metal from me in order to exchange vodka from another neighbor.
  • rocket757 5 February 2020 12: 17 New
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    It would be b with this “business” all the type of top, would not the population, OWN, try to strip to the bottom.
    Just do your job as it should, then we will say thanks and support, and so, the people want to live normally, and not stagnate on the verge of surviving.
    We didn’t have Somalia or even worse, but the country is rich without measure, and we are treading and not growing as we could.
    1. Svarog 5 February 2020 12: 30 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      Just do your job as it should, then we will say thanks and support, and so, the people want to live normally, and not stagnate on the verge of surviving.
      We didn’t have Somalia or even worse, but the country is rich without measure, and we are treading and not growing as we could.

      At this pace, and not far to Somalia .. hi
      1. rocket757 5 February 2020 13: 11 New
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        Quote: Svarog
        At this pace, and not far to Somalia ..

        No, complete without limit, so obviously, already less. Everything is camouflaged and licked, in anticipation of ...
        some events are ahead of us and the authorities will not annoy the people more than is possible.
        The reasons are clear. They want to continue ... to rule, until ....
        1. Svarog 5 February 2020 13: 18 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          this is camouflaged and licked, in anticipation of ...
          some events are ahead of us and the authorities will not annoy the people more than is possible.

          So the fact of the matter is that on the threshold of everything they will camouflage .. then the amendments will be accepted, Elbas will be approved and it is not clear what to expect next .. there is no certainty that people will suddenly be remembered, remembered about him when it is profitable .. on the threshold of the elections eg. Judging by how pension reform was carried out, anything can be expected. But personally, I don’t expect anything good. And there can be nothing good .. The model is the same, people are the same ..
          1. rocket757 5 February 2020 13: 33 New
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            In general, this is typical of ours, and indeed, the trouble ... WE WAIT / DO NOT WAIT.
            People who are accustomed to decide their own fate do not wait, but begin to act.
            We are all waiting ... though, a new, younger generation, at an age when they start OFFICIALLY taking part in the political life of the country, NOT AT ALL, for the most part.
            This is clearly visible in the capitals and large cities, it is noticeable here, on the periphery.
            So sho will be seething and power ... it may very well be the expected "unexpected" !!!
            Is this good or bad??? can be evaluated in different ways, but this can not be stopped!
            1. Svarog 5 February 2020 13: 38 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              People who are accustomed to decide their own fate do not wait, but begin to act.

              Yes .. I agree. Our people are patient too .. at first it waits a long time .. but then it hits hard.
              So sho will be seething and power ... it may very well be the expected "unexpected" !!!
              Is this good or bad??? can be evaluated in different ways, but this can not be stopped!

              I want to believe that the unexpected person will receive power in the elections, where the socialist Platoshkin will win.
              1. rocket757 5 February 2020 13: 54 New
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                Quote: Svarog
                I want to believe that the unexpected person will receive power in the elections, where the socialist Platoshkin will win.

                No one can fundamentally change the conditions in the country. Power is a SYSTEM, a collection of many, many, and not the desire of one person, even a group of people ...
                Maybe they will try to make “capitalism with a human face” ... how and who can do it, at the top, is a question. Without a global movement from below, nothing will come about, because the country is WE, the people inhabiting the whole country, and not those who nestled in the capital, in their palaces and high offices.
        2. dirk182 5 February 2020 14: 01 New
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          We expect nothing but collapse. With commentators who sacredly believe in the right course of power, we cannot reach the 30th year.
  • Invoce 5 February 2020 12: 20 New
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    Голимый копирайт https://yandex.ru/news/story/Summa_vyplachennykh_Rossii_kreditov_prevysila_obem_vydannykh--b9eb1534109268a759e97ef20c36b10e?lang=ru&from=main_portal&stid=2G9K-HbXFlJarYDISuJp&t=1580891326&wan=1&lr=213&msid=1580892136.62927.121975.197615&mlid=1580891326.glob_225.b9eb1534
  • Sidor Amenpodestovich 5 February 2020 12: 21 New
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    It is dedicated to all those who moan and complain about any reason, and even more so without it at all.

    Agnia Barto, "Our Neighbor Ivan Petrovich"
    Know our neighbor
    All the guys from the yard.
    He told them even before lunch
    Says it's time to sleep.

    He looks at everyone angrily
    He does not like everything:
    - Why is the window open?
    We are in Moscow, not in the Crimea!

    You’ll open the door for a minute -
    He says it's a draft.
    Our neighbor Ivan Petrovich
    Sees everything is always wrong.

    Today is such a good day
    There are no clouds in the sky.
    He grumbles: - Put on your galoshes,
    There will be heavy rain!

    I got better over the summer
    I added five kilos.
    I myself noticed this -
    Running became hard.

    - Oh, you bear toed, -
    I was told mom and dad, -
    You added a whole pound!
    “No,” said Ivan Petrovich, “
    Your baby is too thin!

    For a long time we kept telling mom:
    "Bookcase buy time!
    On tables and under tables
    A whole mountain of books. "

    By the wall with a sofa nearby
    The new cabinet is now on.
    We were sent to his house
    And with difficulty dragged into the door.

    So dad was delighted:
    - The walls are strong at the cabinet,
    It is trimmed in walnut!
    But Ivan Petrovich came -
    As always, I upset everyone.

    He said that everything is wrong:
    With varnish peeling off the cabinet
    That he's not good at all
    What a price so penniless
    What will he go for firewood
    In a month or two!

    We have a puppy in our apartment,
    He sleeps near the chest.
    No, perhaps, in the whole world
    Good-natured puppy.

    He does not drink from the saucer yet.
    In the corridor everyone laughs:
    I bring him a pacifier.
    - No! - shouts Ivan Petrovich .-
    Such a dog needs a chain!

    But once all the guys
    We approached him in a crowd
    Guys approached him
    And they asked: - What is the matter with you?

    Why do you see the clouds
    Even on sunny days?
    You wipe better glasses -
    Maybe they are dirty?
    Maybe someone out of spite
    Gave the wrong glass?

    “Away!” Said Ivan Petrovich.
    I will teach you now!
    I, said Ivan Petrovich,
    I see what I want.

    The children went far away:
    - Oh, neighbor, what an eccentric!
    It’s very bad to live in the world,
    If you see everything is wrong.
  • Ross xnumx 5 February 2020 12: 23 New
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    The most significant phrase of the article:
    The total debt of foreign countries of Russia is about $ 35 billion

    I'd like to note:
    Russia's external debt in 2019 increased by 5,9%. According to the materials of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the debt increased by $ 26,8 billion and as of January 1, 2020 amounted to $ 481,5 billion.

    https://eadaily.com/ru/news/2020/01/22/cb-soobshchil-o-roste-vneshnego-dolga-rossii

    And there is a tendency to reduce it, which is undeniable. One thing is not clear, why does our government borrow $ 53 billion? For what needs? Maybe to pay pensions at the end of public service? It’s not in rubles to pay it, and to whom are these rubles in Spain or where else are needed? Who is going to give? Where are these “effective” bankers, managers and others — the shifts that the other 900 billion have gained? How are they going to give? Shares of once “seized” public property? Or return from their own retirement savings? Most likely - they will run away, leaving us with other people's debts and a sold country ...
  • Million 5 February 2020 12: 56 New
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    Loans .... As it turned out. In Russia 80% of garlic from China .... Power!
    1. Nastia makarova 5 February 2020 13: 16 New
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      do not write nonsense, buy ours, no one forces you to buy cheaper and cleaner Chinese
      1. Million 5 February 2020 14: 18 New
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        In your village, maybe your own is growing.
        [media = https: //finance.rambler.ru/economics/43624467-na-kitay-nadezhdy-net-iz-magazinov-ischeznet-chesnok/? utm_source = head_old & utm_campaign = self_promo & utm_medium = mcol & utm_content = news]
        1. Nastia makarova 5 February 2020 14: 21 New
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          rambler is still garbage))) no true information. in network stores there is Chinese garlic but there is also Russian, in the markets mainly local
  • Stepan80 5 February 2020 13: 06 New
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    Hto is clearly lying. .... and they say subsidies and all that and do not return, but it turns out they return everything with interest
  • VicktorVR 5 February 2020 13: 17 New
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    Our country lent 215 billion rubles, and repaid 250 billion

    Russia returned, or did Russia return?
    According to the text, Russia provided the money to the borrowers and returned it to the lenders.
  • sergo1914 5 February 2020 13: 42 New
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    Collectors working in the domestic market were redirected to the external. The techniques have remained the same. This came as a surprise to external borrowers.
  • Goblin 5 February 2020 16: 10 New
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    Well, as they say in our country, "Debt, payment is beautiful .." What are we worse than Jewish loan sharks .. wink
  • Lamata 5 February 2020 16: 40 New
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    and how much of this amount the Belarusians returned to us.
    1. Lamata 5 February 2020 17: 08 New
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      Frequently minus bandarlogs. quite a logical question. smile
  • Mentat 5 February 2020 17: 08 New
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    Quote: Keyser Soze
    Give an example (at least one) of a successful company (not necessarily a state company) in any country without a debt.


    There are thousands of them.

    Google, Amazon, Facebook, Aliexpress, Volkswagen, Toyota, Renault, BMW, Mercedes, Merc, DJI, etc., etc.

    Many companies have such a financial resource that they don’t know where to put it and throw billions on R&D.

    Their zero.
    All the companies that you allegedly cited as an example have some form of debt. And so in a circle. This is one of the components of the current capitalist way of doing business. By the way, according to a number of experts, it can bring to disastrous results. Thus, total global corporate debt exceeds global GDP by 3 times.

    By comparison, China's corporate debt is 18 trillions dollars against ~ 700 billion of Russia, so Aliexpress should not be given as an example. Such a debt to the United States, along with all their Facebook, Amazon, and Google accounts, is 13 trillion.
  • lvov_aleksey 6 February 2020 04: 17 New
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    if they stopped forgiving others, but began to demand a return - well done
    1. Kuzmitsky 10 February 2020 19: 22 New
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      Yes, enough of this romance. Only a rigorous, pragmatic commercial approach. If you lend, then only solvent countries, with a guarantee of timely return with the agreed interest.