The President of the Russian Federation noted the accelerated growth rates of the country's economy

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The President of the Russian Federation noted the accelerated growth rates of the country's economy

During today's meeting on economic issues, Russian President Vladimir Putin once again noted the rapid growth rates of the Russian economy.

According to the president, the country's GDP, according to updated data, increased by 3,6 percent. Before this, the figure was announced at 3,5%.



At the same time, as the Russian leader emphasized, this growth rate exceeds the global indicators of 3 percent. Moreover, in countries with developed economies, the average GDP for 2023 was 1,5%.

Vladimir Putin emphasized that the above-mentioned dynamics are extremely important for Russia, as they are based on the internal capabilities of our country. In particular, in industrial production, which increased in volume by 3,5% over the year, as well as in the manufacturing industry, which grew by as much as 7,5 percent during this period.

It is worth noting that the growth rates of the Russian economy for 2023 came as a real surprise to many Western experts and politicians, who had already begun to note the uselessness of anti-Russian sanctions. Moreover, those same restrictions hit the countries that introduced them harder, which the West is already aware of.

In turn, Vladimir Putin, during a recent interview with Tucker Carlson, attacked the US sanctions policy, where the dollar is used as weapons, Washington's biggest strategic mistake. Later, the American billionaire Elon Musk completely agreed with the opinion of our president, which he wrote about on his social network.
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    1. +37
      February 12 2024
      And yes, call him more than anything to feel sorry for his growth. laughing
      1. +30
        February 12 2024
        The President of the Russian Federation noted the accelerated growth rates of the country's economy

        The President noted the growth of the economy... and I note the rise in prices...
        1. +18
          February 12 2024
          Quote: Svarog
          and I note the rise in prices..

          And I’ve been hearing from every iron for a week now:
          “Eggs have fallen in price in Russia!
          By 0,07%! "
          I went to the store and took a dozen for 149.
          However, it was 99, back in the fall.
          1. +11
            February 12 2024
            “Eggs have fallen in price in Russia!
            By 0,07%! "

            So it's a breakthrough! The President promised to sort it out... but he doesn’t throw his words to the wind!
            1. +10
              February 12 2024
              Quote: Svarog
              So it's a breakthrough! The President promised to sort it out... but he doesn’t throw his words to the wind!
              A breakthrough on a national scale, we only had pipes so far, this winter! In the public sector, so to speak recourse
              1. +5
                February 13 2024
                Everything is simple here! People began to earn more, and accordingly the consumption of heat, gas, water, electricity. energy increased, etc. Did they explain the eggs clearly to you? The level of trust is 80%, I see here the remaining 20% ​​of the distrustful have gathered!
            2. +2
              February 12 2024
              Quote: Svarog
              So it's a breakthrough! The President promised to look into it.

              In eggs?! belay
          2. +8
            February 12 2024
            Quote: Neo-9947
            However, it was 99, back in the fall.

            However, I was given some minuses here in the fall when I wrote that you couldn’t find eggs for less than 90, although a week ago they were 72, and at the beginning of autumn I bought C-62 rubles for 1 rubles per dozen.
            1. +2
              February 12 2024
              Eggs are okay, but vegetables/fruits have also become more expensive, it was 120-150, now it’s 250, growth: 167 - 208%. And winter alone cannot explain this...

              But cabbage is cheap and a good substitute! )))
              Let them reduce it, there is no point in increasing inflation.
              1. +1
                February 12 2024
                To get the most benefit from cabbage, it's best to eat it raw, as cooking can reduce its nutritional content. Cabbage is rich in minerals, antioxidants and vitamins, especially vitamins A, C and K.
        2. +1
          February 12 2024
          economic growth..and I note rising prices..

          Well, as prices rise, the value of the gross product increases, and accordingly, economic indicators are higher
          1. +3
            February 12 2024
            Well, as prices rise, the value of the gross product increases, and accordingly, economic indicators are higher

            With my comment, I wanted to say that the average person is not at all interested in how the economy is growing if his salary does not grow and prices in stores rise.. hi Alexey, by the way, are you not from Yaroslavl? I knew Alexey Zaitsev from Yaroslavl..
            1. +3
              February 12 2024
              I knew Alexey Zaitsev from Yaroslavl..

              From the Bryansk region, from the very border.
              Well, as prices rise, the value of the gross product increases, and accordingly, economic indicators are higher

              This is my kind of sarcasm. They like to play with statistics in a vacuum
        3. 0
          February 12 2024
          Quote: Svarog
          The President noted the growth of the economy... and I note the rise in prices...

          And which of you is right? wink
      2. +14
        February 12 2024
        The President of the Russian Federation noted the accelerated growth rates of the country's economy

        GDP is the total value of all goods and services produced in a country in a year. A prerequisite is that production must be located within the country.

        This is true, the rise in prices for goods and services outpaced the rise in wages by 3,6%... crying
        1. K_4
          +18
          February 12 2024
          I think there's an extra comma here. And on the topic: a lot of people can’t really pay their utilities anymore, so these are going to increase it even more, like they’re not paying enough. Economists are real geniuses. There is no word, just drool.
          1. +6
            February 12 2024
            And on the topic: a lot of people can’t really pay their utilities anymore,

            The solution is simple.. take away the property and move it to rental housing.. similar calls are already being heard..
            1. +7
              February 12 2024
              Quote: Svarog
              And on the topic: a lot of people can’t really pay their utilities anymore,

              The solution is simple.. take away the property and move it to rental housing.. similar calls are already being heard..
              Maybe the solution would be to return to the experience of the USSR with the Social Tenancy Agreement? At that time, cooperative housing also cost much more than state housing on a monthly basis due to the need to repay the loan. My parents paid for a two-room apartment, my age, only when I was already serving in the army. But in general, for the family budget, the money was, in general, far from fatal. Not like mortgages now. There was an inheritance of the Registration Agreement (the wife inherited an apartment from her grandmother), and it was much more difficult to take away a state apartment even through the courts than it is now.

              The only problem is that now municipal housing is not much cheaper than what is owned. Because the greed of public utilities does not distinguish where housing is owned and where it is municipal, of which, in fact, there is vanishingly little left. Several years ago, one of the local municipal water managers, in all seriousness on TV, explained the next increase in water tariffs as a “lack of planned profits.” K. Marx shot Engels at that moment and died himself a second time.
              And our honest administrations and moneyless bankers will take away municipal housing at the snap of a finger, churning out homeless people and simply restless people who have lived their entire lives in rented apartments, on an industrial scale.

              If we were to develop the municipal housing market with appropriate social guarantees, then, it seems to me, there would be benefits for everyone. People would be owners not by law, but by fact. The state is the largest owner of housing. For me, as a developer, it’s also not bad - there are no hemorrhoids with land acquisition, with sales that sometimes last for years. He built it on a site allocated by the state under an agreement with the state, and received money from it. My money is in the turnover of production, and not, as it is now, spinning around anywhere. In areas far from real production.
              But does the state really need to think about people? It is more pleasant and easier to calculate GDP growth...
              1. +3
                February 12 2024
                Quote: Zoldat_A
                My parents paid for a two-room apartment, my age, only when I was already serving in the army. But in general, for the family budget, the money was, in general, far from fatal.

                A friend of mine moved to our city in 87, my parents took three rubles from a cooperative, about 70 square meters, the first payment was 4,5 thousand, then they paid 120 rubles monthly, a total of 9,5 thousand.
                1. +1
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: Mordvin 3
                  A friend of mine moved to our city in 87, my parents took three rubles from a cooperative, about 70 square meters, the first payment was 4,5 thousand, then they paid 120 rubles monthly, a total of 9,5 thousand.
                  I don't remember the total loan amount. I remember my friend and I, at pioneer age, were sent by our mothers to pay into the savings bank. At that time I didn’t know all the intricacies and was very surprised why I paid 18 rubles for a “kopeck piece”, and he paid only 7 for a “three ruble” in the neighboring house. My father was in the military, my mother was a teacher at a university - 18 rubles was far from fatal for the family budget.
                  1. +2
                    February 12 2024
                    Quote: Zoldat_A
                    At that time I didn’t know all the subtleties and was very surprised why I paid 18 rubles for a “kopeck piece”, and he paid only 7 for a “three ruble” in the neighboring house.

                    This is probably for a communal apartment. I also went to pay, 13-something rubles for a one-room apartment for four. But 7 rubles, that’s the question. Maybe they both lived with their mother? Although here it’s somehow unclear, it’s not enough. A neighbor paid about 25-28 rubles for a communal apartment for four people for five and then groaned: “Oh-oh, why did the meter increase so much, Astakhov must have connected.”
                    1. +1
                      February 12 2024
                      Quote: Mordvin 3
                      This is probably for a communal apartment. I also went to pay, 13-something rubles for a one-room apartment for four. But 7 rubles, that’s the question. Maybe they both lived with their mother? Although here it’s somehow unclear, it’s not enough.

                      18 rubles in the early 80s meant a loan, electricity, gas, etc. My parents had no time to go to the savings bank - my mother was at college, my father was always on business trips. I studied second shift and went to pay once a month.
                      A friend lived in a three-room apartment with his mother, father and sister - four. The only thing I know about their apartment is that they received it from a large defense plant, since both parents worked there as engineers. This means that the apartment was most likely on the balance sheet of the housing and communal services plant.
                      I can’t “describe” it now as 7-8 rubles, but I’m sure of the amount. We parted only to sleep - we sat at the same desk, studied in the same section, even studied homework together. If he had gone to the savings bank without me, I would have known.
              2. 0
                February 12 2024
                If we were to develop the municipal housing market with appropriate social guarantees, then, it seems to me, there would be benefits for everyone.

                I agree with you that this is the lesser of two evils... and it could really work... But I’m sure that people in municipal housing will not be able to pay for housing and communal services...
                But a person or a family paid off the mortgage... and then a crisis happened... and in a place of help... in the homeless... and why such a state... which also calls itself social...
                For good measure, the state should either subsidize housing and communal services, or curb the appetites of this office... That’s not even the question... it’s just that people are impoverished... prices are rising... Salaries are standing still...
                1. +1
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: Svarog
                  the state either must subsidize housing and communal services, or moderate the appetites of this office.

                  And I about that.
                  Quote: Zoldat_A
                  Several years ago, one of the local municipal water managers, in all seriousness on TV, explained the next increase in water tariffs as a “lack of planned profits.” K. Marx shot Engels at that moment and died himself a second time.
                  If only the idiot didn't say such things on TV... What's in the smart people's heads is on their tongues. And these people still manage to manage something?
                  1. +2
                    February 12 2024
                    .
                    And these people still manage to manage something?

                    The quality of our “managers” is known... in fact, that’s probably why it’s the same in the country...
              3. amr
                +3
                February 12 2024
                or maybe just a way out - CANCELLATION OF LOAN INTEREST?
                1. 0
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: amr
                  or maybe just a way out - CANCELLATION OF LOAN INTEREST?

                  And this too (though in conditions of inflation I don’t know how it can be implemented in practice).
                  But this is a half measure. The property system in the housing market needs to be changed. Revise the Soviet system by adding a free market.
                  If you want, get an apartment “at minimum wage” from the state and pay him for “utilities”, but do not buy this apartment from him. The state is the legal owner, you are the actual owner.
                  If you are not satisfied with the quality of housing, buy what you want on the market and enter into an agreement with resource supply organizations yourself (which was not the case with the word “absolutely” in Soviet times).
                2. 0
                  February 13 2024
                  or maybe just a way out - CANCELLATION OF LOAN INTEREST?

                  Of course..this moment could greatly advance the economy..but under certain conditions..which still need to be created..and who will create..so this is like one of many components..
                  1. -1
                    February 13 2024
                    Ellipses are intended to express the incompleteness of a statement, as well as a break within a sentence, which is caused by the speaker’s excitement or some external interference

                    Quote: Svarog
                    this moment could greatly boost the economy...

                    Where exactly?

                    Quote: Svarog
                    but under certain conditions...

                    Which ones?

                    Quote: Svarog
                    which still need to be created..

                    Who should/will create them?

                    Quote: Svarog
                    and who will create..

                    So who should, in your opinion?

                    Quote: Svarog
                    so this is one of many components...

                    Components - what?

                    PS: “for this reason” is written together. Svarokh Yes laughing
          2. +5
            February 12 2024
            Quote: K_4
            Economists are real geniuses. There is no word, just drool.

            It's time to learn to spit in their faces.
          3. -3
            February 12 2024
            Quote: K_4
            And on the topic: a lot of people can’t really pay their utilities anymore,

            You are the one lying! People pay 5-9k rubles a month, depending on the size of the apartment and the square footage!
        2. +18
          February 12 2024
          That's right, the rise in prices for goods and services outpaced the rise in wages by 3,6%... crying

          I think, or rather I am sure... that on the eve of the elections we will still hear a lot of positive information (which cannot be touched) and I think that there will be some kind of next promise... but after the elections, we will be asked to be understanding about the dollar at 120 rubles... and the next price increase of only 20-30%.. more precisely after the inauguration..
          1. -19
            February 12 2024
            Too shy to ask...
            Why do you need a buck? And what difference does it make to you “how much” it costs?
            Well... unless, of course, you conduct foreign economic activity... as an individual...
            The task: to build a sovereign domestic market, and not to compare with the West, who has a longer dollar.
            Maybe I'm wrong. request
            1. +15
              February 12 2024
              Too shy to ask...

              Don’t be shy... I don’t need a buck... but the Chinese ask bucks for their goods... and the whole world is somehow not ready to trade for rupees and rubles... and since we don’t produce anything, or almost nothing, then the state buys it all over the hill... and not for rubles...
              A counter question to you... why do you think our prices for everything are rising so much? Or do you not see and do not live in Russia?
              1. -15
                February 12 2024
                You're probably not local either...
                By the end of last year... according to official information...
                "The share of settlements in national currencies between Russia and China exceeded 90%." (18.10.23)
                Perhaps this was “invented by Churchill in 18...” (c)?
                1. +2
                  February 12 2024

                  "The share of settlements in national currencies between Russia and China exceeded 90%." (18.10.23)

                  I asked you a question.. it actually has an answer.. but if you really don’t understand.. then I can recommend taking a course in macroeconomics.. I can’t help you with anything else. hi
                  A counter question to you... why do you think our prices for everything are rising so much?
              2. -9
                February 12 2024
                Counterquestion:
                And when in our lives did prices not rise?
                Only from the stories of my parents can I assume that this happened somewhere in the mid-fifties.
                For obvious reasons, I could not be happy about this personally.
                1. +7
                  February 12 2024
                  Only from the stories of my parents can I assume that this happened somewhere in the mid-fifties

                  In the USSR, prices were printed on the product.. because they did not change for decades.. The USSR was self-sufficient and practically produced everything itself.. that’s why prices did not rise.. When the whole world works for dollars.. and Russia produces nothing and is forced to buy all goods over the hill .. but she buys for dollars .. for this reason, Russia is dependent on the dollar exchange rate .. In other words, Russia depreciates the currency in order to fill its own budget and shifts the costs onto the shoulders of the population ..
                  1. -17
                    February 12 2024
                    AND? Who is to blame that the people of Russia made their choice in the 90s, destroying their own State for “chewing gum and jeans”?
                    Putin?!..
                    And what prevented the people of Russia, horrified by their own stupidity, from restoring the State and everything that it produced?
                    Putin too?!
                    We all participated in this bacchanalia and allowed it to happen!
                    Therefore, let's shut our mouths and let's work.
                    Or let's get out of here to where the bucks will be one by one...
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                    2. +7
                      February 12 2024
                      Here are Putin's words in an interview.
                      I am now coming to a very important point today. After all, this collapse of the Soviet Union was initiated, in fact, by the leadership of Russia
                      Russia even voluntarily and proactively agreed to the collapse of the Soviet Union and proceeds from the fact that this will be understood by the so-called - already in quotes - “civilized West” as a proposal for cooperation and alliance. This is what Russia expected from both the United States and the so-called collective West as a whole.

                      So don't blame the people.
                    3. +2
                      February 12 2024
                      Quote: I dare_notice_
                      And what prevented the people of Russia, horrified by their own stupidity, from restoring the State and everything that it produced?
                      Putin too?!

                      Well, for example, the people did something by electing the GDP many years ago.. or how else should the people do it? can you tell me the method?
            2. +14
              February 12 2024
              Quote: I dare_notice_
              Too shy to ask...
              Why do you need a buck? And what difference does it make to you “how much” it costs?

              What do you think, the device on which you are writing here now, for what currency was it purchased from the manufacturer?
              1. +8
                February 12 2024
                What do you think, the device on which you are writing here now, for what currency was it purchased from the manufacturer?

                I suspect that this device was “manufactured” in Russia..at Chubaisnano..the only one of its kind..
                1. +3
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: Svarog
                  I suspect that this device was “manufactured” in Russia..at Chubaisnano..the only one of its kind..

                  Well, I was probably lucky, I saw an etathon once in my life. About 10-12 years ago.
                  1. +6
                    February 12 2024
                    Well, I was probably lucky, I saw an etathon once in my life. About 10-12 years ago.

                    I heard about this... do you think it was really ours... I have suspicions that the nameplate was simply replaced...
                    1. +3
                      February 12 2024
                      Quote: Svarog
                      I heard about this... do you think he was really ours...

                      Yes, it’s like ours, only it went bankrupt.
              2. -12
                February 12 2024
                The last time I held a cash dollar in my hands, for the purpose of calculation...
                happened about seven years ago.
                And this topic doesn’t bother me at all anymore.
                1. +6
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: I dare_notice_
                  The last time I held a cash dollar in my hands, for the purpose of calculation...
                  happened about seven years ago.

                  Well, I spent my last 20 bucks back in 1998, but the topic worries me, since our manufactured goods are not particularly visible on the shelves.
        3. +7
          February 12 2024
          Quote: ROSS 42
          the rise in prices for goods and services outpaced the growth in wages by 3,6%

          There is no need to underestimate this indicator! This is not good!
      3. +15
        February 12 2024
        If all the past years they crushed the economy and poured their money into foreign funds and not into the development of their country, then the jump from 0 should clearly be more than 3,5%.

        There is nothing to be proud of here yet, since many industries have not even gotten out of scratch yet, so as our Soviet ancestors said - “Less words, more action” - and then maybe we will have our own microelectronics, domestic machines and machine tools and prices for eggs with meat, vegetables and fruits will not grow by leaps and bounds for some reason. hi
        1. +6
          February 12 2024
          In short!
          Talked to Tucker Carlson on good
          And all this GDP growth:
      4. Aag
        +4
        February 12 2024
        Quote from AdAstra
        And yes, call him more than anything to feel sorry for his growth. laughing

        Well, the article, as always happens in such cases, is without authorship. There is no one to ask. Although it is customary for us not to ask specific officials (if, these persons, who should be the persons...).
      5. +5
        February 12 2024
        maybe they are deceiving Putin?? times his partners deceived him for how many years
    2. -14
      February 12 2024
      So the West has fenced itself off from us - where should the money be withdrawn? Only to its own production. In Southeast Asia there is enough of its own money.
      1. man
        0
        February 12 2024
        Quote: tralflot1832
        So the West has fenced itself off from us - where should the money be withdrawn? Only to its own production. In Southeast Asia there is enough of its own money.

        The fact that our production is developing is very good, simply great. The bad thing is that the price is too expensive....
        1. -8
          February 12 2024
          Quote: mann
          The bad thing is that the price is too expensive..
          I agree completely, it annoys me. The Hindus, for example, will build river-sea ships, 1,5 - 3 times cheaper than ours. But I haven’t seen the projects yet, what kind of vimanas they are.
    3. +2
      February 12 2024
      According to updated data, the country's GDP increased by 3,6 percent

      Do you know when this growth began? When Ivan the second “Red” conceived...... smile
    4. +8
      February 12 2024
      Grew... :)
      “Cast iron” doesn’t need to be riveted...
      1. +7
        February 12 2024
        This growth is, so to speak, forced. Due to the growth of the military-industrial complex. No, ideally it should pull related industries and science along with it.. But this is ideal.
        1. +17
          February 12 2024
          It doesn’t pull any punches - it’s a classic of the “cheap and cheerful” genre...
          "Science" is long and expensive...
          Everything that is happening today is thanks to Soviet galoshes...
          That’s when science worked, and so dramatically that a bunch of projects “went to the table”...
          Everything that was not sold to the “partners” is now taken over and tried to be implemented, but on an accessible modern basis...
          ---
          Former head of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces Baluevsky: “The North Military District has revealed a significant lag in domestic artillery and missile systems and requires priority and radical rearmament of them in the coming years.”
          Putin: “Of course, if you compare modern NATO weapons and the weapons of the last period of Soviet times, they are inferior in some ways. By the way, not always. But if we take our newest weapons, they are clearly superior to everyone, this is an obvious fact. I I mean missile technology, armored vehicles, and everything that is used on the battlefield."
          ---
          “Someone tell this man that all the products of the Russian military-industrial complex are Soviet weapons, in some places modernized in accordance with modern requirements and technologies, and in others completely Soviet, removed from storage bases, repaired and put into operation.” ©
          1. +7
            February 12 2024
            They won’t tell him this. Because they know what happens to the messenger who brings bad news. And they can’t reach another planet with pink ponies
    5. pop
      +9
      February 12 2024
      This is all good, but the main thing is success at the front. And they are almost invisible.
    6. +11
      February 12 2024
      And housing and communal services tariffs began to increase twice a year lol
    7. +1
      February 12 2024
      And you look for En+ - Rusal, what they are doing with luminium. Circus, EH+ under the hood of the West, by the way.
      1. Aag
        +7
        February 12 2024
        Quote: tralflot1832
        And you look for En+ - Rusal, what they are doing with luminium. Circus, EH+ under the hood of the West, by the way.

        Irkutsk residents have been raising this issue for a long time. Me, including (the “patriots” were vehemently downvoted). For this purpose, the hydroelectric power industry of the Angarsk basin was also bought up... (however, several years ago, the names of the management companies were changed to compatriots...). The essence, it seems (for sure!!), remains the same - they work for Uncle! Hostile uncle...
        1. -7
          February 12 2024
          And they don’t pay taxes? And what the hell did they use to repair the Soyano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station and replace all the hydraulic units after the flooding, everything is freely available, in the annual financial reports En +.
          1. Aag
            +7
            February 12 2024
            Quote: tralflot1832
            And they don’t pay taxes? And what the hell did they use to repair the Soyano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station and replace all the hydraulic units after the flooding, everything is freely available, in the annual financial reports En +.

            Zashibis!
            Explored by our (Soviet) geologists, built by the Soviet people (directly, or - indirectly - through taxes) "sold out" for pennies to especially cunning... And I also remember when they (especially "promising" and "skilled" screwed up, - the People asked again!! “Support domestic Business!”... Don’t remember this?! It was the Government who spoke!
            ...If anyone doesn't remember. And the people, for the most part, fell for it again. Yes, - M... - uka, - we, it seems, are unkillable optimists! But! How can?!
            "In an argument, he burned the fuse of his soul, and the valves and liners flew off..." (C) / V.S. Vysotsky, - as if he was looking into water!
    8. +17
      February 12 2024
      Vladimir Putin emphasized that the above-mentioned dynamics are extremely important for Russia, as they are based on the internal capabilities of our country.

      That's for sure! Can not argue.
      The ruble fell by half, VAT increased by 11%, and the retirement age by 10%. Naturally internal capabilities.
    9. +13
      February 12 2024
      According to the president, the country's GDP, according to updated data, increased by 3,6 percent. Before this, the figure was announced at 3,5%.

      And eggs (C1) remained at the price of 119 rubles/dozen...
      Thus, GDP growth can be accelerated to 10%.
      It is possible to raise the cost of produced weapons to unprecedented heights - let the bourgeoisie take off their gamble...
      Shame on you, Mr. President! Try to figure out for yourself how much the Geranium 2 UAV costs.
    10. +20
      February 12 2024
      Believe after the Pension reform? It’s not for nothing that the age was raised for the campaign; pre-retirement people are putting all their strength into the mountain.
      1. -15
        February 12 2024
        Try to kick out a pre-retirement person or a pensioner from a well-paid job - you will suffer.
        1. +18
          February 12 2024
          Quote: tralflot1832
          Kick out a pre-retirement person or a pensioner...

          ...from a familiar bureaucratic place...
          I haven’t seen anyone at the installation of overhead lines over 65... Hell knows, they don’t go, and that’s the end of it...
          But in the Northern Fleet and the State Duma you won’t be kicked out with a club...
          1. +5
            February 12 2024
            Quote: ROSS 42
            I haven’t seen anyone at the installation of overhead lines over 65... Hell knows, they don’t go, and that’s the end of it...

            I understand your righteous anger, I’m burning myself, but you need to see the edges - not only would I not hire anyone over 65 years old to install an overhead line, but I wouldn’t hire anyone older than 50 either (and how are they (we) going to pass the medical examination? Not a damn thing heroes for yourself!) Well, in this case, the management of the enterprise is not frightened and-d-i-o-t-s.
            1. +4
              February 12 2024
              Quote: mark1
              I understand your righteous anger, I’m burning myself, but you have to see the edges - not only would I not hire anyone over 65 years old to install an overhead line, but I wouldn’t hire anyone older than 50 either

              Until he was 60, he worked in installation... And now (last summer) I talked with those who are forced to continue working...
              1. 0
                February 12 2024
                Quote: ROSS 42
                Until he was 60, he worked in installation... And now (last summer) I talked with those who are forced to continue working...

                Well, firstly, this is not correct, and I said who the leaders of such enterprises are.
                Secondly, I had a case when, during the shift, the honored grandfather prepared lunches for the brigade and was considered a very valuable worker for this reason, but this was not installation work, although it was carried out according to this article
                1. 0
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: mark1
                  but this is not installation work

                  I know what installation work is. During admission, the person admitting is required to install portable grounding connections on the overhead line wires. I didn’t experience any particular difficulties and today I will climb an 11-14 meter reinforced concrete support... Maybe not at the same speed as before...
                  1. +1
                    February 12 2024
                    Quote: ROSS 42
                    During admission, the person admitting is required to install portable grounding connections on the overhead line wires.

                    Actually, this is more for repair work (although it’s a bitch)
                    Quote: ROSS 42
                    I didn’t experience any particular difficulties and today I will climb an 11-14 meter reinforced concrete support...

                    Well, you’re a great hero and will probably pass the obligatory medical examination, but not everyone is like that (fear God) by the age of 65, by the age of 50 they’re not like that anymore. And if such a hero is enough to shout at the heights, then you won’t envy a particularly gifted leader - he will howl at the moon and the stars.
                  2. 0
                    February 13 2024
                    The operational staff works calmly even after 60. There is little physical activity there. But repair/installation is a completely different story....
        2. +3
          February 12 2024
          So no one kicks them out (some even pray, but not all), they squeeze out the maximum for another five years, because they don’t have much choice. - I’m talking about ordinary pre-retirees.
          But there are pensioners who really can’t be kicked out; they row and row.
          1. +4
            February 12 2024
            Quote: ALARI
            But there are pensioners who really can’t be kicked out; they row and row.

            Maybe their pension is also small? recourse
            1. 0
              February 12 2024
              If so, then it’s okay, real estate can be rented out in the south. An extra penny won't hurt.
    11. +9
      February 12 2024
      We would like to improve the well-being of the country's citizens, first of all...
      1. +4
        February 12 2024
        We would like to improve the well-being of the country's citizens, first of all...

        Yes to us...and they wouldn’t lose what they have in the first place...but of course they won’t put us (the average person) first...we’ll hang out somewhere far off on the edge...and then something will fall out...
        1. +2
          February 12 2024
          One simple TRUTH, the state is all of us, without exception. To say that we cannot live without rich people... we will live, we have experience.
          But I can’t live without everyone else who is rich; such facts have not been recorded in history!
          1. +4
            February 12 2024
            I remembered something, “How a man fed two generals.” wink
            1. +3
              February 12 2024
              Saltykov-Shchedrin, a classic of the genre... nothing more to add.
      2. +8
        February 12 2024
        Quote: rocket757
        We would like to improve the well-being of the country's citizens, first of all...

        First of all, we would like to understand population growth - the number of these same citizens through the excess of birth rates over deaths, and not through migration flows...
        1. +1
          February 12 2024
          There are a lot of problems, questions, and in a chain, consistently it all comes down to... who has what, what is everywhere, and did we choose such people, and did we want such power, and in general, what do we want in the end???
          1. +7
            February 12 2024
            Quote: rocket757
            There are many problems and questions in a chain

            Personally, I have several of them...
            If someone EBN foamed at the mouth and argued that capitalism is the brightest future for Russia, if he chose GDP as a successor, then let the same GDP tell the people why we must live with eternal inflation, reducing all our savings and plans to zero ? What is the beauty of slave labor for pennies until death for the benefit of a couple of million specially chosen ones? Why do the world have low VAT rates, progressive personal income tax rates, minimum wages and unemployment benefits that are orders of magnitude higher than ours?
            How much can you steal and when will the state authorities become concerned about the main problem - the extinction of the nation - in a real way?
            1. +2
              February 12 2024
              There is no capitalism with a human face...
              Some hybrids, experiments, softer forms, here and there, here and there... these will not be changed by the postulate that there will be hard workers, creators, and those who live off the labor of others will strive to perch on their necks.
            2. +3
              February 12 2024
              Quote: ROSS 42
              Why do the world have low VAT rates, progressive personal income tax rates, minimum wages and unemployment benefits that are orders of magnitude higher than ours?

              So we have the best tax scale. Even Depardieu came to us and was given a couple of apartments. And a passport to boot. Or vice versa.
              1. +1
                February 12 2024
                It’s a pity that incomes in our country vary by orders of magnitude. This is precisely what explains that with seemingly equal taxation and increases, those who initially had an income of 100 remain the winners, and those who had an income of 000 become poorer every time...
                Depardieu was flattered by the 13% personal income tax, when in France he could pay much more in taxes.
                1. +2
                  February 12 2024
                  Quote: ROSS 42
                  Depardieu was flattered by the 13% personal income tax,

                  Nevertheless, he sold two donated apartments to him in the Russian Federation and called Russia a stinking stable.
    12. +12
      February 12 2024
      And here the question arises: has the real purchasing power of the country’s citizens increased with this growth? Because so far we can only see rising prices, rising tariffs for services, rising costs of living!
      I don’t argue that the purchasing power of some, not the largest part of the population, has increased. What about the majority - has their standard of living increased or not? But somehow I don’t notice it!
    13. +8
      February 12 2024
      Without any fancy words on your part, reduce gasoline prices within the Country by at least a third. We have huge oil reserves and have our own refineries. Why not!? People will love and respect you. Prices will drop significantly, since pricing is tied to the cost of fuel.
      Reduce the price of gasoline!
      1. +14
        February 12 2024
        Quote: Incomprehensible
        Reduce the price of gasoline!

        Yeah !!! wassat
        And give Sechin’s apartment in Moscow worth 1 rubles to large families.
        And also make uniform energy tariffs in the Unified Energy System, built by Soviet citizens, because there’s no point in stealing from trillions of kWh produced and lining your pockets by taking credit for property stolen from the people...
      2. +7
        February 12 2024
        Quote: Incomprehensible
        Reduce the price of gasoline!

        Gasoline prices should be at world levels according to the WTO, which deceived us.
        1. +3
          February 12 2024
          Gasoline prices should be at world levels according to the WTO, which deceived us.

          They deceived me again... but what should I do... wassat
      3. -6
        February 12 2024
        . Reduce the price of gasoline!

        It would be nice. And the state has the opportunity to force it. But somehow we are in 10th place for cheap gasoline. The world average cost is 1 dollar per liter of 95th
    14. -13
      February 12 2024
      We became the first economy in Europe.
      In terms of GDP growth, we are in the first half - 3,6%.
      ZVR increased to 462 billion in dollar terms.
      In terms of unemployment, we are almost at the very bottom of the list - 3%.
      The Russian army is now ranked first in terms of strength.
      And so on and so forth.
      Thanks to the West for the sanctions.
      True, life is a little harder, but we’ll bear with it. It’s better to push the enemy away yourself
      1. -1
        February 12 2024
        It's true that life is a little harder

        It’s even harder on the LBS in the trenches, and even with deaths, so that they would modestly remain silent. War. But the GDP growth figure is not as simple and clear as a clear day. For example, new territories. Although they are weak, there is production, trade and services there. Here's your first advantage. Military (mainly) and some other industries have grown significantly. Here's your second advantage. The exchange rate increased significantly, which led to an increase in ruble export revenue. Here's your third advantage. Economics is a rather complicated science for non-professionals, so it’s not worth discussing any nonsense here.
        1. -2
          February 12 2024
          And where did you see nonsense? And what pissed you off so much that you list the advantages to me? Did I say anything against it? Or do you always just read the last paragraph?
        2. +2
          February 12 2024
          Quote: Alexey Lantukh
          For example, new territories. Although they are weak, there is production, trade and services there. Here's your first advantage.

          How many subsidies do these new territories consume?
          Quote: Alexey Lantukh
          Military (mainly) and some other industries have grown significantly. Here's your second advantage.

          And the figurines. This is a minus, not a plus.
          Quote: Alexey Lantukh
          The exchange rate increased significantly, which led to an increase in ruble export revenue. Here's your third advantage.

          And for imports, where did this rate fall?
    15. +13
      February 12 2024
      If the price of medicines in a pharmacy is doubled, then in monetary terms this will mean that the pharmaceutical industry has increased the production of medicines by 2%. Why not 150% - but because 200% of patients will die due to the unavailability of drugs. This is the economy, however...
    16. -2
      February 12 2024
      The dog barks - the wind wears.
    17. -10
      February 12 2024
      I don’t even understand the commentators who tell how bad everything is getting, or even terrible.
      Back in 15, the entire US President announced that the Russian economy was already over and torn to shreds. Therefore, one cannot understand how to become worse if it is not there. Well, either someone is being disingenuous, either the president or commentators.
      1. +9
        February 12 2024
        You are lying, not the “bad” commentators. The US President did not lie either. He just sees the difference with the economy of the USSR. But here, Putin’s patriots only remember galoshes.
    18. +6
      February 12 2024
      Everyone urgently go to the polls for the former!
    19. +3
      February 12 2024
      In China, yes, savings are growing, prices for all goods are starting to fall. But here, even what the country itself produces, prices are going up. This is absurd.
    20. +4
      February 12 2024
      Quote: Bomb
      Everyone urgently go to the polls for the former!
      and irreplaceable!
    21. +4
      February 12 2024
      In reality - economic growth, but in reality - rising prices.

      The achievements of sovereign statistics are obvious.
    22. +6
      February 12 2024
      On the radio news today they said that the average salary in Russia is 70 rubles!
      Driven before the elections.
    23. -4
      February 12 2024
      Judging by the comments to articles about GDP, citizens are not familiar with the concept of “conceptual governance of the world.”
      It is very useful for this to listen to Efremov’s lectures.
      It is clear that many will consider them “conspiracy theories”, but... from them, for example, I answered my question:
      “Why do politicians strive for one thing before elections, but when they come to power they implement something completely different?”
      Interesting? )
      Seek and listen.
      The world does not work the way we imagine.
    24. +1
      February 12 2024
      Well, yes, prices are falling and salary rises to at least 3k bucks! although this may not be the point of improving the quality of life, maybe the quality of improving life is raising prices and 700 bucks a month
    25. -10
      February 12 2024
      Quote: mordvin xnumx
      Quote: I dare_notice_
      The last time I held a cash dollar in my hands, for the purpose of calculation...
      happened about seven years ago.

      Well, I spent my last 20 bucks back in 1998, but the topic worries me, since our manufactured goods are not particularly visible on the shelves.

      Do you pay in bucks in our stores? Everything a person needs and doesn’t need is freely available for rubles
      1. +2
        February 12 2024
        Quote: Strannik96
        Do you pay in bucks in our stores? Everything a person needs and doesn’t need is freely available for rubles

        And is it purchased in rubles? Alas, I disappoint, they buy at the rate of a multi-damned dollar. They even calculate inflation linked to it.
    26. -9
      February 12 2024
      Quote from: oleg_627
      In China, yes, savings are growing, prices for all goods are starting to fall. But here, even what the country itself produces, prices are going up. This is absurd.

      Please tell me what prices are falling in China, if you read Chinese, of course.
      1. +2
        February 12 2024
        Quote: Strannik96
        Please tell me what prices are falling in China, if you read Chinese, of course.

        Prices for outdated models of equipment, for example.
    27. -5
      February 12 2024
      Quote: Svarog
      Too shy to ask...

      Don’t be shy... I don’t need a buck... but the Chinese ask bucks for their goods... and the whole world is somehow not ready to trade for rupees and rubles... and since we don’t produce anything, or almost nothing, then the state buys it all over the hill... and not for rubles...
      A counter question to you... why do you think our prices for everything are rising so much? Or do you not see and do not live in Russia?

      Will you try to justify the word “everything”, and “nothing” too? We produce a lot of things and even in Europe not everyone does what we can, prove to me otherwise, prices are rising everywhere in the world, well, they have risen by an egg, and what else is there nothing to bring?
      1. +2
        February 12 2024
        Quote: Strannik96
        Well, we climbed the egg, and what else is there to bring?

        Do you even go to the store? Or is the wife going there? Compare the price tags with two months ago.
        Quote: Strannik96
        prices are rising everywhere in the world

        Why, can you tell me?
    28. -4
      February 12 2024
      Quote: Svarog
      Gasoline prices should be at world levels according to the WTO, which deceived us.

      They deceived me again... but what should I do... wassat

      You’re being disingenuous again - here the price of gasoline is 55 rubles, which is 0.6 dollars, and in Europe it’s 179 rubles. Yes, in Ukraine, you probably have it there - 120 rubles. feel the difference
      1. +2
        February 12 2024
        Quote: Strannik96
        You’re being disingenuous again - here the price of gasoline is 55 rubles, which is 0.6 dollars, and in Europe it’s 179 rubles.

        Is Europe the whole world? Who do you think we should follow, Iran, where a liter of gasoline costs 0,029 bucks, or Hong Kong, where a liter costs 3 bucks?
    29. -1
      February 12 2024
      Quote: tralflot1832
      Quote: mann
      The bad thing is that the price is too expensive..
      I agree completely, it annoys me. The Hindus, for example, will build river-sea ships, 1,5 - 3 times cheaper than ours. But I haven’t seen the projects yet, what kind of vimanas they are.

      After the Indian steamship, in Chinese, like a Mercedes. It's about prices
    30. +6
      February 12 2024
      growth is good, but I’m 60 and I don’t have a job and they don’t take the day off either. relatives are dying like flies. much further
    31. +1
      February 12 2024
      Quote: VasAndr
      He just sees the difference with the economy of the USSR. But here, Putin’s patriots only remember galoshes.

      Which USSR do you mean? After the civil war, before the war, or maybe the end of the 80s? Well, or rather, which USSR, as you know for sure, did Obama mean? (By the way, he said that the economy was torn to shreds after 14, and before that it was normal, but that’s how it is).
    32. +2
      February 12 2024
      Quote: I dare_notice_
      AND? Who is to blame that the people of Russia made their choice in the 90s, destroying their own State for “chewing gum and jeans”?

      Then at least they asked the people. True, the opinion was ignored.
      In the upcoming elections, they won’t ask anymore. Everything is ready, 146% of “popular support” has already been drawn.
    33. +2
      February 12 2024
      “According to the president, the country’s GDP, according to updated data, increased by 3,6 percent.”
      I'm completely confused. The head of the Duma, Volodin, once said that Russia is Putin. Does this mean GDP (i.e. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin) grew by 3,6%? It won't be enough! Rosstat seems to be reporting that it should be 75%? Or have I misunderstood again? Sorry, I'm illiterate, from a peasant background...
    34. +3
      February 12 2024
      Quote: Strannik96

      Please tell me what prices are falling in China, if you read Chinese, of course.

      Compare prices for Chinese cars in the fall of 23rd and current ones. Even here they have decreased, and in China they have dropped by 10 percent.
    35. +1
      February 12 2024
      Wow! This is necessary, such a miracle!
    36. 0
      February 12 2024
      Quote: singless
      growth is good, but I’m 60 and I don’t have a job and they don’t take the day off either. relatives are dying like flies. much further

      I have friends of the same age who work in security and some have died too, mostly from alcohol and cancer.
    37. 0
      February 13 2024
      In view of these circumstances, now for the economic security of citizens of the Russian Federation and the guaranteed, long-term stability of the ruble of the Russian Federation, the Government of the Russian Federation and the Central Bank of the Russian Federation can only introduce a counter-sanction, in the form of a rate, one ruble is equal to one pound sterling, for starters, or foreign agents and the fifth column again disagree ?
    38. 0
      February 13 2024
      The Russian economy is growing “stronger than we expected,” Gita Gopinath, deputy head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said in an interview with Foreign Policy.
      What a blast!
      I expect at least 20 downvotes under this news.
      But... study the source first. wink

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