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Russia is made dependent on energy exports

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Economists predict that the Russian economy in 2014 will face serious tests. First of all, according to experts, this is due to the raw material orientation of the domestic economy: in fact, the West has turned us into its semi-colony, which supplies the countries of Europe with energy. This situation is also beneficial for some Russian oligarchs who control the oil and gas sector. However, it is impossible to develop only one branch of the national economy, and in the near future, according to economists, Russia will survive another crisis.

Estimates of the Russian economy

Against the background of European countries in 2013, Russia looked quite successful: we managed to avoid economic stagnation, which is now observed in almost all countries of the European Union. Last year, Russia ranked first in Europe and fifth in the world in terms of GDP at purchasing power parity, surpassing even Germany. However, according to many experts, the raw model of the economy imposes significant restrictions on the growth of Russia's economic power.

Alfa-Bank's Center for Macroeconomic Analysis believes that 2013 the year has demonstrated the inefficiency of the existing raw material model. According to experts, if the current situation continues, maintaining the pace of economic development will become more difficult. For the further growth of the Russian economy, large-scale structural changes are needed.

The research department of the fuel and energy complex of the Institute of Natural Monopolies has criticized the Ministry of Economic Development for its overly optimistic views on the situation of the national economy of Russia in the past year. In 2013, the forecasts for GDP growth changed three times, and each time they went down, and the Ministry of Economic Development was unable to keep inflation within the planned limits.

In addition, foreign experts criticize the Russian economy - but for the most part, they simply wish to blacken Russia as one of the most important competitors of the countries of the West and Far Asia. In the modern world, the word “specialists” means a lot, and thousands of investors all over the world are ready to listen to it. Even if the situation is reparable, any European or American agency can shake it at any time, just by downgrading the rating of the enemy country. The raw material model of the economy imposed on us by the West is ideal for manipulating from the outside.

To get rid of this manipulation, structural reforms are needed to diversify the economy. The recent crisis has exposed weaknesses, and now officials have a great opportunity to reform. According to Andrei Kolganov, head of the laboratory of the Moscow State University for studying the market economy, it is necessary to block the possibility of extracting serious income from sources of growth that do not involve the introduction of innovative technologies. It is necessary to introduce strict standards that would not allow entrepreneurs to abandon the training of qualified personnel, investment costs, research and renewal of capital. For this, Andrei Kolganov proposes to re-nationalize enterprises, increasing the importance of the state in the national economy. Another thing is that the current situation suits many functionaries, and in the coming years, structural reforms are hardly foreseen.

However, even despite the lack of reforms, production volumes in many sectors of the domestic economy, unrelated to oil and gas production, are growing. For example, the volume of the IT market in Russia in 2014 could exceed 1,1 trillion rubles, even though in 2008 it was only 400 billion in size. The volume of exports of engineering products has also grown, reaching 22 a billion dollars last year, which is 4% of the total export structure. For comparison, in 2012, this figure was equal to just 3,6%. The amount of investment in R & D is also increasing, and new models of engineering products are also emerging. So, with the reluctance to carry out reforms “from above,” does the economy diversify by itself?

The role of the raw material appendage - the path to nowhere

Events such as a major flood in the Far East, the crisis in Cyprus, the problems of Tinkoff Credit Systems, the debts of Mechel and the arrest of the head of Uralkali have had a significant impact on the state of the Russian economy. There is also a gradual decline in oil prices: in November, the demand for oil in China fell by 2,1% compared to November 2012. And although the volume of Russian gas supplies to Europe increased by 16%, reaching 161,5 billion cubic meters, due to low prices, profits from the sale of blue fuel decreased by 5,5% compared to 2012 of the year.

According to Andrei Kolganov, in the last ten years the growth of the Russian economy has been due to two factors. The first is the restoration of production capacity after the 90 crisis, the second is the constant increase in energy prices. Thus, annually the cost of gas and oil rose by 8-10%. Today prices have reached their peak, and they are unlikely to continue to grow. By restoring production and rising energy prices, Russia managed to increase demand in the domestic market. But instead of using this demand in the interests of national producers, we were dragged into the WTO, and now the Russians' money is going abroad in a powerful stream.

It turns out that the West took advantage of the comprador sentiments of some Russian businessmen and officials, and benefited from recent events, including being able to buy a significant amount of gas at a relatively low price, and the WTO turned Russians into consumers of foreign goods. Now all the money from the Russian economy goes abroad, not only through officials who buy Spanish yachts and villas in the Canaries, but also through ordinary consumers who purchase Polish canned goods and Chinese toys.

The existing "one-sided" raw materials economy does not allow for the organization of large-scale production of goods needed by the population. In fact, at the behest of the West, Russia turned into an analogue of China for the 19 century, when a mass of foreign goods poured into the country, and foreigners from the Middle Kingdom, supported by local bribed officials, began exporting gold and silver, as well as any items of any value. China itself almost a century has become a huge market and source of cheap raw materials. The country was completely dependent on quotations on foreign markets, and could not take care of its welfare. It is important for us not to sink to the bottom, as it once happened to China, which after its international humiliation has undergone many evils.

In the meantime, the West seeks to bring down the Russian economy with disappointing “forecasts”. In economic terms, many countries in Europe and Asia see Russia only as a source of raw materials, as well as a market for the sale of goods and services. Building up Russian production capacity is not in the hands of foreigners. That is why many rating agencies make self-fulfilling prophecies, trying to scare off investors from the Russian economy. It turns out that, believing in negative forecasts, Russia's potential partners refuse to invest in Russian enterprises that are not related to energy exports, and thus only accelerate the degradation of a “one-sided” raw materials economy, making Russia more and more dependent on gas and oil exports .
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  1. A.YARY
    A.YARY 15 January 2014 08: 45
    +32
    Our beloved president told everyone"There will be no nationalization!"
    Shawali?
    Well, that’s it.
    Due to the lack of education, the country will become a herd of rams, smart rams will turn the valves on the valves of oil and gas pipes. The rest - "I can dig, I can not dig." Some of them will go to the managers, that's the whole picture.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 15 January 2014 08: 49
      +15
      Quote: ...
      Russia is made dependent on energy exports


      Can not be. Horror. And before that, no one knew about it.
      1. alebor
        alebor 15 January 2014 10: 12
        +19
        I was especially touched by the author's phrase: "The West has turned us into its semi-colony, which supplies European countries with energy." So it was the West that turned us? I remember an unforgettable phrase: "I'm not guilty! He came himself!"
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 15 January 2014 10: 45
          +14
          Quote: alebor
          So the West has turned us?


          Right angry wizard. Oorfene Deuce. He sprinkled Boris Yeltsin with magic powder and turned it into a wooden one. So since then it goes ....
          1. Egen
            Egen 16 January 2014 05: 56
            +1
            Quote: Vadivak
            So the West has turned us?

            With all due respect hi , the author "discovered America" ​​:)
            He himself writes - "The West has turned us into its semi-colony, which supplies European countries with energy. This situation is beneficial for some Russian oligarchs who control the oil and gas sector." Well, here I would decipher who this "some" is :))
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        2. rolik
          rolik 15 January 2014 23: 36
          +1
          Quote: alebor
          I was especially touched by the author's phrase: "The West has turned us into its semi-colony, which supplies European countries with energy." So it was the West that turned us? I remember an unforgettable phrase: "I'm not guilty! He came himself!"

          I remember the favorite song of the Yeltsin’s democrats; the media then screamed from every iron. And the cries concerned that the USSR had a raw material economy. Recently, something of these cries is not heard. Probably because of the linkage in the commodity economy, the current state has surpassed the Union. And, most importantly, the correct conclusions are not made. It feels like the steering is jammed. And it’s impossible to turn. They took Kudrin, and who is now in his place ??? same weird characters. Especially touches Ulyukaev. If against him in a dispute to put a freshman student from the Faculty of Economics, then the student will make this figure for two or two. God, what rare bells ... would we have in the government, how long would it be?
          1. Setrac
            Setrac 16 January 2014 00: 10
            -4
            Quote: rolik
            Probably because of the linkage in the commodity economy, the current state has surpassed the Union. And, most importantly, the correct conclusions are not made.

            What conclusions do you need? Stop oil exports? Do you know that World War II began because the United States blocked access to oil in Germany and Japan?
            1. Setrac
              Setrac 16 January 2014 23: 03
              -1
              Quote: Setrac
              What conclusions do you need?

              How nice to get cons without objection! drinks Immediately you feel right.
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      3. sledgehammer102
        sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 10: 19
        +25
        Quote: A.YARY
        Due to the lack of education, the country will become a herd of sheep; smart sheep will turn valves on the valves of oil and gas pipes.

        1) And how does it happen that every year we get gold and silver medals at international school Olympiads in the main scientific disciplines ???

        2) I didn’t even know that the oilman was a blunt-headed ram who just needed to turn the vents .... For information, Prilazlomnaya is superior to the ISS in terms of manufacturability.
        As for the article itself.
        I never cease to be amazed at how they play with memo for the sake of increasing popularity and interest. "oil needle".

        Oil and gas are very similar to addiction to heroin.
        So the Europeans are sitting on the oil needle, and each time they ask more and more
        And when I once again hear that oil will cost $ 20, I keep asking myself the question, "What should happen for oil to suddenly fall so much in price?"
        And yes, oil exports from Russia to non-CIS countries have been declining for the third year now, and oil revenues are growing .....

        Separately hooked the phrase in the paragraph
        It turns out, if you do not want to carry out reforms “from above”, does the economy diversify by itself?

        Oh sure, "not thanks, but in spite of ..."as if there were no subsidies from the state in R&D, the first equipment of enterprises and in new high-tech projects.
        we were dragged into the WTO, and now the money of the Russians is flowing abroad in a powerful stream.

        And where do they go in a powerful stream? For what are the goods that we did not have before the WTO? But the same automakers are investing billions of dollars in the construction of production lines in the Russian Federation.
        In fact, by the will of the West, Russia turned into an analogue of China of the 19 century, when a mass of foreign goods poured into the country

        The wave is long gone, your phrase is outdated.
        In economic terms, many countries in Europe and Asia see Russia only as a source of raw materials, as well as a market for the sale of goods and services.

        Therefore, they probably buy our weapons, order the construction of a nuclear power plant for Rosatom and open full-cycle enterprises on the territory of Russia., Buy composite parts for Boeing and Airbuses,
        potential partners of Russia refuse to invest in Russian enterprises that are not related to the export of energy resources

        Over the past year, more than 200 of medium and large new production facilities were opened in Russia, including projects implemented at existing enterprises. Among the new factories, workshops and production complexes 107 with investments ranging from 1 billion rubles, 51 launched with the participation of foreign investors, 134 built from scratch.
        So, about the one-sidedness, the author has clearly gone too far ... the non-resource sector is also developing, and it is developing well and serious money comes from foreign investors.
        We have to admit a tendency that the authors get stuck in the first decade of 2000x and continue to stamp templates that were relevant then, and this week this is an 4 article in which once again abstracts are inconsistent with real events and dynamics.
        1. old rocket man
          old rocket man 15 January 2014 10: 44
          +6
          sledgehammer102

          Reasonable, clear and to the point, plus! drinks
          1. old rocket man
            old rocket man 16 January 2014 00: 59
            -3
            Quote: old rocket
            sledgehammer102

            Reasonable, clear and to the point, plus! drinks


            In, someone does not like a guy great, minuses were set, for only "approvals" laughing
        2. Vadivak
          Vadivak 15 January 2014 11: 03
          +13
          Quote: sledgehammer102
          Over the past year, more than 200 medium and large new production facilities were opened in Russia, including projects implemented at existing enterprises.


          Here are some of the achievements.

          Peat briquette production plant opened in Gus-Khrustalny district of Vladimir region

          In the city of Severomorsk, Murmansk region, a new curd shop was opened at the Dairy Plant.

          In Kaluga, a new packaging plant for the Finnish company Rani Plast has opened.

          In the Oryol region, a new automatic molding line has been launched at the Mtsensk foundry.

          Arakchinsky Gypsum Plant launched a new binder gypsum production line in Kazan

          An oil and gas production workshop was opened at the Prirazlomnoye field of LLC RN-Yuganskneftegaz (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug)

          Nevsky Confectioner LLC completed the construction of a new modular workshop (area - 6 thousand sq. M.) At its factory in Belinsky, Penza Region.

          At the Sinarsky Pipe Plant (Sverdlovsk Region), part of the Pipe Metallurgical Company (TMK), a site for the production of long pipes for the nuclear industry, mechanical engineering and the fuel and energy complex was put into pilot operation

          A new pipe bending mill was launched at the Connecting Branch Pipes enterprise in Chelyabinsk (COT CJSC), which is part of the Rimera group of companies.

          In Kamyshin (Volgograd region), on the basis of the Ivolga garment factory, a new production facility of the Gloria-Jeans company was opened

          Murmansk Apama LLC, a Russian-Icelandic fish processing enterprise, has been opened in the Murmansk Sea Fishing Port. Foreign investment in production amounted to about 4 million euros.

          The French company Onduline SA has commissioned the second phase of the production of roofing materials in Nizhny Novgorod. Investments amounted to about one billion rubles.

          In Zelenodolsk (Tatarstan), the production of refrigerators under the SHIVAKI trademark was launched on the basis of the POZiS OJSC company (POZIS), which is part of the Rostekhnologii Group of Companies.

          In Novomoskovsk (Tula Oblast), Procter & Gamble-Novomoskovsk LLC has opened the fourth line for the production of Pampers baby diapers with a capacity of 500 million pieces. Investments in the project amounted to 16 million US dollars, more than 30 jobs were created.

          The joint Russian-Iranian company "Elegance" LLC (Astrakhan region) has put into operation a new workshop that allows processing (roasting, salt, packing) pistachios, hazelnuts, almonds, cashews, peanuts and other types of nuts,
          At the Pervouralsk City Dairy Plant (Sverdlovsk Region), a new line for the production of children's drinking yoghurt of the Agusha and Zdriver brands has been opened.

          The line capacity is up to 12 packages per hour. The capacity of the baby food workshop is 000 tons of raw materials per day. 24 people are employed in the production.

          OAO NK RussNeft, Salym Petroleum Development (SPD), MONOLIT LLC commissioned a unit for the associated petroleum gas (APG) complex processing constructed at the Salym group of oil fields in Western Siberia.

          A new joint venture between Russian Machines Corporation and the American Terex company, RM-TEREX, has been opened at the Tver Excavator Plant.

          At the Omsk oil refinery Gazprom Neft, two large production facilities were opened: a catalytic cracking gasoline hydrotreatment unit and a motor oil blending, packing and packaging complex.

          There are still nano-achievements, but they are not visible behind Chubais.
          1. kris
            kris 15 January 2014 11: 53
            +6
            Quote: Vadivak
            An oil and gas production workshop was opened at the Prirazlomnoye field of LLC RN-Yuganskneftegaz (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug)

            where did you copy from? laughing
            Where are companies with high-tech breakthrough technologies on your list?
            Do not call it production! These are just assembly or packing lines!
            The Soviet Union did not even write about it, it was in the order of things!
            1. sledgehammer102
              sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 14: 07
              +2
              Quote: kris
              Where are companies with high-tech breakthrough technologies on your list? Do not call this production! These are just assembly or packing lines!

              Below are links
              1) For 2013 year by month
              doneun.rf / blogs /? search = review% 20new% 20products
              odv
              2) Here are the most expensive of them for 2013 year.
              sdelanounas.ru/blogs/45774

              The project "Big Bratsk" (Irkutsk region) investments of OJSC "Ilim Group" more than 25 billion rubles
              Universal rail and beam mill of OAO Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant (Chelyabinsk Region) investments of OAO Mechel over 20 billion rubles
              NLMK Kaluga Metallurgical Plant (Kaluga Region) Investments by Novolipetsk Metallurgical Plant OJSC 38 billion rubles
              Elektrostal Tyumen Metallurgical Plant (Tyumen Region) Investments OJSC Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company 22 billion rubles
              The first phase of the new production complex of the Tuapse refinery (Krasnodar Territory) investments of OJSC NK Rosneft 208 billion rubles
              Polypropylene production complex “Tobolsk-Polymer” (Tyumen region) investments of OJSC “Sibur-Holding” 60 billion rubles
              Mikheevsky Mining and Processing Plant (Chelyabinsk Region) investments of Russian Copper Company CJSC 25 billion rubles
              Complex of deep oil refining LLC “KINEF” (Leningrad region) investments of OJSC “Surgutneftegas” 88,5 billion rubles

              Quote: kris
              The Soviet Union did not even write about it, it was in the order of things!

              Even as they wrote, and even filmed films and took reports.
              And yes, the USSR imported pipes of large diameter and did not produce 100 meters long rails, and even imported grain.
              1. kris
                kris 15 January 2014 15: 54
                -10%
                Quote: sledgehammer102
                2) Here are the most expensive of them for 2013 year.
                sdelanounas.ru/blogs/45774

                The project "Big Bratsk" (Irkutsk region) investments of OJSC "Ilim Group" more than 25 billion rubles
                Universal rail and beam mill of OAO Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant (Chelyabinsk Region) investments of OAO Mechel over 20 billion rubles
                NLMK Kaluga Metallurgical Plant (Kaluga Region) Investments by Novolipetsk Metallurgical Plant OJSC 38 billion rubles
                Elektrostal Tyumen Metallurgical Plant (Tyumen Region) Investments OJSC Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company 22 billion rubles
                The first phase of the new production complex of the Tuapse refinery (Krasnodar Territory) investments of OJSC NK Rosneft 208 billion rubles
                Polypropylene production complex “Tobolsk-Polymer” (Tyumen region) investments of OJSC “Sibur-Holding” 60 billion rubles
                Mikheevsky Mining and Processing Plant (Chelyabinsk Region) investments of Russian Copper Company CJSC 25 billion rubles
                Complex of deep oil refining LLC “KINEF” (Leningrad region) investments of OJSC “Surgutneftegas” 88,5 billion rubles

                On your list is not one SCIENTIFIC enterprise with HIGH ADDED VALUE!
                1. sledgehammer102
                  sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 17: 34
                  +6
                  Quote: kris
                  On your list is not one SCIENTIFIC enterprise with HIGH ADDED VALUE!


                  Are the polymers that we are type of pro **** ***** not relevant there?
                  Or 100 meter rails which in the world produce only two three countries?
                  Locomotives?
                  Petrol?

                  Moreover, you didn’t follow the second link, where it was given by 30 enterprises per month, but you already claim the absence of something)))
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                  2. Egen
                    Egen 16 January 2014 06: 13
                    +1
                    Quote: sledgehammer102
                    Or 100 meter rails which in the world produce only two three countries

                    Pavel, are you talking about our Novokuznetsk? So they don’t produce them :) And the fact that they need a special conveyor to transport them on the railway so that it fits into the dimensions at the corners? :)
                    IMHO, here you can watch from 2's sides: with 1, there is still some pride in our factory, which was able to do this - but it's not so simple. Well, almost like they did the 100-mm at the Yurginsky Machine-Building Plant ... But from the 2-th side it turns out they didn’t think it over again - delivery difficulties, storage and stacking technologies - and in general the benefit is reduced to zero :( That's why our native Kemerovo railway q which is now WZCR and she herself is in no hurry to take them, and even more so for export - there are enough of her own and people and the rail everywhere :(
                    Threat and what are polymers? In China they are made no worse but cheaper :(
                2. 31231
                  31231 15 January 2014 18: 54
                  +4
                  Science-intensive production ?! Ask the Saudis and Qatar. They will answer you "No, you haven't heard!" But for some reason, no one yells "Fucked up the polymers".
                3. saber1357
                  saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 32
                  -1
                  Is it like an American anti-aircraft gun (or whatever) on your logo?
              2. Greenwood
                Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 19
                -6
                Most of these industries are associated with the extraction and processing of resources. Such and in Nigeria with Angola are opening. Not a single knowledge-intensive production.
                1. sledgehammer102
                  sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 17: 36
                  +8
                  Quote: Greenwood
                  Such and in Nigeria with Angola are opening.

                  I have not heard that one of the largest pharmaceutical plants, or a huge polymer plant, opened in Nigeria, to say nothing of technology parks and factories for the manufacture of parts for the aircraft industry))
                2. saber1357
                  saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 34
                  0
                  There are foreigners who come up with another word and say - "But you don't, you are suckers!" It is clear to the student (if he is higher than the C grade in academic performance) that the word "high technology" does not have a clear definition. ANY EFFICIENT PRODUCTION IS SCIENTIFIC.
                  1. kris
                    kris 16 January 2014 08: 47
                    0
                    Quote: saber1357
                    ANY EFFECTIVE PRODUCTION IS SCIENTIFIC.

                    for especially "gifted". who watch advertisements about scientific laboratories developing kefir on the zomboy! laughing
                    High technology is an indicator of the degree of connection between technology and research and development (RI). High technology includes R&D volumes that exceed the average value of this technology indicator in a specific area of ​​the economy (in manufacturing, mining, agriculture or services). High-tech industries - sectors of the economy in which the prevailing, key role is played by high-tech. Science Intensity of the Industry - 1) ratio of the costs of research and development to sales volume; 2) attitude to the sales volume of the number of scientists, engineers and technicians employed in the industry; 3) products, in the cost or value added of which the costs of research and development are higher than the average for products of industries in this sector of the economy
              3. Egen
                Egen 16 January 2014 06: 32
                +1
                Quote: sledgehammer102
                Polypropylene production complex “Tobolsk-Polymer” (Tyumen region) investments of OJSC “Sibur-Holding” 60 billion rubles

                Working in the Sibur system, I carried for the Siburov enterprises from China PP, PE, PA, PE - products: textile and cord threads, those fabrics, non-woven fabrics, geomaterials, etc.
                I will say: the quality and physical properties of the same Chinese products are 5-10% higher. The price with customs and delivery to us, to Siberia is a little cheaper, to the Urals it is comparable to local production, to the ports it is also, and to the center of Russia it is a bit more expensive, therefore, despite the best characteristics, it doesn’t work. And there is the main demand.
                It came to the ridiculous: to make caprolactam on Kemerovo Azot, transport it to Homvolokno where to make threads for example PA187 tex - or send the same caprolactam for export to China according to the tolling scheme, there to make the same PA 187 (but with 10 strength higher than%) and bring there on KShT - it cost exactly the same !! But fiz-fur is better and uniformity of threads is better ...
                And then Sibur decided - what to do with good, let's organize production with us ... Well, some of the things I have done are 30% more expensive - and it costs :(
                BUT. This we drove ourselves, centrally tsk. There are no serious trading intermediary firms in the market. Our miserable market is uninteresting to Chinese traders (for creating our own Chinese sales structure), because there are huge markets in the USA, Europe, and now Asia.
                BUT. Sooner or later there will be someone or someone who will invest money in trade, or in China who decides to "pick up" our market, then Sibur will simply fly by :( And unfortunately, no increase in customs barriers will help - the WTO and ours themselves will not give do this :(
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            2. AVV
              AVV 15 January 2014 17: 02
              +4
              To oblige the oligarchs to invest at least 30% in money for the modernization and opening of new enterprises, in exchange for stable taxes, and whoever does not develop new technologies and new industries, tax them with an additional tax for stagnating the development of the economy and production !!!
              1. rolik
                rolik 15 January 2014 23: 54
                +3
                Quote: AVV
                Obligate the oligarchs, invest money

                No need to oblige anyone. one small, but very effective thing to do.
                Subsoil and deposits, to lease, and not to give. let them pay rent, plus taxes, excise taxes. Let them sit at 15% of the profits, as everywhere else. Maintain the environment and the deposits themselves in good condition. Then the money of the bowels of the earth will become the money of the state.
                1. Egen
                  Egen 16 January 2014 06: 35
                  -1
                  Quote: rolik
                  Subsoil and deposits, to lease, and not to give. let them pay rent, plus taxes, excise tax

                  Roman, what do you think - they don’t pay now? :) I don’t know how, but our district pays and how :(
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            3. 31231
              31231 15 January 2014 18: 51
              0
              And what happened to the Union? Is it not the everyday consumer goods of many citizens that made us choose decaying capitalism ?!
            4. alone
              alone 15 January 2014 21: 07
              +1
              Quote: kris
              Where are companies with high-tech breakthrough technologies on your list?
              Do not call it production! These are just assembly or packing lines!
              The Soviet Union did not even write about it, it was in the order of things!


              Well, high-tech technologies include the curd shop of OJSC "Dairy Plant"
              1. kris
                kris 15 January 2014 21: 17
                -1
                laughing
                Quote: lonely
                Well, high-tech technologies include the curd shop of OJSC "Dairy Plant"
              2. 31231
                31231 15 January 2014 23: 04
                0
                Better tell us how many "curd shops" have been built in Azerbaijan?
                1. rolik
                  rolik 15 January 2014 23: 54
                  -1
                  Quote: 31231
                  Better tell us how many "curd shops" have been built in Azerbaijan?

                  good laughing
                2. alone
                  alone 16 January 2014 00: 13
                  +1
                  we do not build cottage cheese workshops. We build dairy plants that produce dozens of dairy products.
                  And if you are interested in larger enterprises, please.
                  Shipyard http://www.trend.az/infographics_page.php?id=89
          2. 225chay
            225chay 15 January 2014 14: 06
            +2
            Quote: Vadivak
            Vadivak (1) Today, 11:03 ↑ New
            Quote: sledgehammer102
            Over the past year, more than 200 medium and large new production facilities were opened in Russia, including projects implemented at existing enterprises.

            Here are some of the achievements.

            Peat briquette production plant opened in Gus-Khrustalny district of Vladimir region

            In the city of Severomorsk, Murmansk region, a new curd shop was opened at the Dairy Plant.

            In Kaluga, a new packaging plant for the Finnish company Rani Plast has opened.

            In the Oryol region, a new automatic molding line has been launched at the Mtsensk foundry.

            Arakchinsky Gypsum Plant launched a new binder gypsum production line in Kazan

            An oil and gas production workshop was opened at the Prirazlomnoye field of LLC RN-Yuganskneftegaz (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug)

            Nevsky Confectioner LLC completed the construction of a new modular workshop (area - 6 thousand sq. M.) At its factory in Belinsky, Penza Region.

            At the Sinarsky Pipe Plant (Sverdlovsk Region), part of the Pipe Metallurgical Company (TMK), a site for the production of long pipes for the nuclear industry, mechanical engineering and the fuel and energy complex was put into pilot operation

            A new pipe bending mill was launched at the Connecting Branch Pipes enterprise in Chelyabinsk (COT CJSC), which is part of the Rimera group of companies.

            In Kamyshin (Volgograd region), on the basis of the Ivolga garment factory, a new production facility of the Gloria-Jeans company was opened

            Murmansk Apama LLC, a Russian-Icelandic fish processing enterprise, has been opened in the Murmansk Sea Fishing Port. Foreign investment in production amounted to about 4 million euros.

            The French company Onduline SA has commissioned the second phase of the production of roofing materials in Nizhny Novgorod. Investments amounted to about one billion rubles.

            In Zelenodolsk (Tatarstan), the production of refrigerators under the SHIVAKI trademark was launched on the basis of the POZiS OJSC company (POZIS), which is part of the Rostekhnologii Group of Companies.

            In Novomoskovsk (Tula Oblast), Procter & Gamble-Novomoskovsk LLC has opened the fourth line for the production of Pampers baby diapers with a capacity of 500 million pieces. Investments in the project amounted to 16 million US dollars, more than 30 jobs were created.

            The joint Russian-Iranian company "Elegance" LLC (Astrakhan region) has put into operation a new workshop that allows processing (roasting, salting, packing) pistachios, hazelnuts, almonds ....

            There are still nano-achievements, but they are not visible behind Chubais.


            This is clearly and reasonably +++ !!
          3. Mikhail3
            Mikhail3 15 January 2014 16: 49
            +8
            Let me add. How are financial flows organized in Russia? We have no loans. Absolutely not. In the sense that there is only consumer lending. Very simple - you take credit in China. You buy a train with TVs, they are now monitors. You sell them in Russia, you pay money to China. Consumer money is floating over the hill, the loans they have taken here - there too. Do you think this brings a lot of profit to the country? And Russian industrial credit is fantastic.
            Therefore, we have one way of money. The state collects raw material rents. After that, through government orders and other government affairs, money gets into the economy. Do you know the trick - self-strangulation? They say it is nice during masturbation .... Well, here we have the self-strangulation of the economy and absolutely no pleasure. Think it all? Like ...
            Last year, at the very tip, our state threw out a fantastic thing! Well, that is, I suspect that it is not the state but its financial bodies. A huge part of their debtors, that is, contractors who presented by the end of the year accounts of work that was not done, services rendered, that is, for everything that serves as a portal to the existence of the entire rest of the country's economy, these bills were not paid. Do you know what that means?
            This means that 18% of all funds will be automatically withdrawn from all interim payments as VAT. I will not chatter about the difficulties, just believe me - this means that somewhere 70% percent of ALL money will be withheld. Then they will be returned. At the end of the 14 year. And so the situation is with everyone who does not take for free and does not sell expensively close to fatal. What kind of development is there ?! Salary used to scrape together ... There will be no salary. 70% of funds confiscated.
            Work has already become nafig. We’ll rake for six months, how many people will have to be fired, oh ... there’s nothing to pay! But sovereign financiers will hand over a wonderful report. Money was collected unnecessarily (they won’t say that everything will have to be returned. And not everything will have to be returned. That naive thing that only works and does not steal will still die completely)
            These are our achievements at the end of the past and the beginning of this year. Under bloody Stalin, they fired for this. Well, now maybe they will give someone a reprimand. Or maybe a bonus - the report is excellent. And that the strangled economy turns blue and falls - this is a crisis. World. And not sabotage. Our local, sneaky and completely unpunished ...
            1. Greenwood
              Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 21
              -4
              Do not worry, the damned State Department and its minions from the CIA are to blame.
              1. alone
                alone 15 January 2014 21: 09
                +3
                Quote: Greenwood
                Do not worry, the damned State Department and its minions from the CIA are to blame.


                Have you forgotten the Jews and Medvedev)))
            2. 31231
              31231 15 January 2014 19: 00
              -1
              I’ll tell you for the production in which I work. It is not high-tech, but for some reason Australia does not sprinkle ash on its head with developed mining. We take KAMAZ and UAZ. We take imported equipment. All leasing.
              But for some reason we are engaged in production, and not how you dubbed Russian business hucksters. It’s good that there are still leaders who are not with the way you think.
            3. Egen
              Egen 16 January 2014 06: 43
              +1
              Quote: Mikhail3
              Very simple - take a loan in China

              Well, Michael, you are a little behind the times, the Chinese have since the 2008 crisis. they gave a delay in payment (100%! I don’t know how they deceived the state, because according to the customs law it is impossible, but - fact, this is their problem :)) for a month or even a half :) A wagon (of Chinese size - about 1,3 of ours) Shanghai to Krasnoyarsk through Mongolia (and not stupid Manzhuli) is 2 weeks, pre-customs clearance, targeted delivery of goods (even without prepayment - an additional competitive advantage to customers :)), payment by customers after the fact - and voila, you have time to transfer money in any way for a month To China :)
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            5. Angry reader
              Angry reader 16 January 2014 08: 50
              +1
              I read this sentimental message, I tell you. - TRUTH ...
              Frankly, after reading it, I decided to stop by and confirm this "fantastic joke" ..)
              I don’t know how and what to tell people now. Moreover, the situation is similar for many of my colleagues and acquaintances - a serious delay at the end of the year. and in different industries.
              Creepy ... damn
          4. Greenwood
            Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 17
            -6
            Western companies open most of these industries in third world countries, such as Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh or all sorts of Iraq. This is often covered in the West as an example of helping poor countries. But here I’m not sure that Russia should be proud of the launch of the production of diapers, yoghurts and building materials and expose this as a great achievement in the domestic industry ..
            1. sledgehammer102
              sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 17: 38
              +1
              Quote: Greenwood
              But here I’m not sure that Russia should be proud of the launch of the production of diapers, yoghurts and building materials and expose this as a great achievement in the domestic industry ..


              Yoghurts and diapers are produced at a locomotive factory or at a polymer factory ??
              1. kris
                kris 15 January 2014 17: 46
                -7
                Quote: sledgehammer102
                Yoghurts and diapers are produced at a locomotive factory or at a polymer factory ??

                but such - oh, these swallows! after "Sapsan", suburban train!
                1. sledgehammer102
                  sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 18: 20
                  +2
                  Quote: kris
                  but such - oh, these swallows! after "Sapsan", suburban train!

                  This is you so judge all of our locomotives ....
                  "West Siberian Railway received 185 new locomotives last year"
                  In Nigeria, they probably also build at such a pace))))
                  1. kris
                    kris 15 January 2014 21: 05
                    0
                    Quote: sledgehammer102
                    This is you so judge all of our locomotives ....

                    do not distort! I’m only talking about what is tested on myself!
                    1. rolik
                      rolik 15 January 2014 23: 57
                      +2
                      Quote: kris
                      do not distort! I’m only talking about what is tested on myself!

                      So you want to say that you controlled both Sapsan and other locomotives ????
                      Then you are honored and respected, but it seems to me sir that you drive)))))
                2. 31231
                  31231 15 January 2014 19: 09
                  +1
                  Maybe you’ll go to live in Europe, because it’s not amno there ?! There are no Soviet TVs Rubin, there are no clothes from the Ivanovo Sewing Factory 15, there are no buckets of the Volga Automobile Plant. You already decide who you are ?!
                  Either a scoop and ascetic in his personal life, or a pampered vegetable of a capitalist society.
                  1. kris
                    kris 15 January 2014 21: 04
                    -3
                    Quote: 31231
                    Maybe you’ll go to live in Europe, because it’s not amno?

                    Yes, you do not seem to have traveled on any of the above trains!
                    and judge the situation only on propaganda sites.
                    1. 31231
                      31231 15 January 2014 23: 08
                      0
                      Well tell that. You are probably the driver went to them ?!
                      Or are you comparing comfort? Where the ass in the chair sank softer and birches in the window more often flicker ?!
                      Blessed, I told you that in the West, life is more comfortable ?! Why are you still here?
            2. 31231
              31231 15 January 2014 19: 04
              +2
              Well, tell me something, what's wrong with the production of diapers and building materials ?! That is, this is a quick production ?! But microprocessors punch this bohemian business ?!
              Only China does not think so and we stamp absolutely everything that makes a profit.
              1. kris
                kris 15 January 2014 21: 11
                -2
                Quote: 31231
                Well, tell me something, what's wrong with the production of diapers and building materials ?! That is, this is a quick production ?!

                do not compare horseradish with a finger.
                Destroyed science, design bureaus and research institutes.
                Instead, a dumb assembly!
                Is this able to bring the country's development to the level of leading countries?
                And the Soviet legacy is coming to an end!
                1. 31231
                  31231 15 January 2014 23: 12
                  0
                  Destroyed science, design bureaus and research institutes.
                  Instead, a dumb assembly!
                  Is this able to bring the country's development to the level of leading countries?
                  And the Soviet legacy is coming to an end!


                  Do you, as an employee of the Design Bureau and Research Institute, say?

                  Do not tell me how much is that Soviet legacy coming to an end? Or will people like you in the 22nd century say that the whole heritage of the USSR?
                  1. Angry reader
                    Angry reader 16 January 2014 08: 55
                    0
                    ... Not all of course, but ..
                    Let's be reasoned - name what was invented, "cut" and launched into the series in the period after 91.
                    ps Developments up to 91 are not taken into account.
              2. rolik
                rolik 15 January 2014 23: 59
                0
                Quote: 31231
                Well, tell me something, what's wrong with the production of diapers and building materials ?!

                And remember, in the early 90's, eltsinoids received loans and they bought disposable syringes. Remember how newspaper people proudly reported this)))))
              3. Egen
                Egen 16 January 2014 06: 48
                +1
                Quote: 31231
                Blessed, I told you that in the West, life is more comfortable ?! Why are you still here?

                Sergey, don’t swear, it’s not about the Motherland :), for example, I traveled by high-speed trains in Europe and China :) Mikhail here correctly says - they have science, production and technology under them, but we ... have a place for the feat: ((
                1. kris
                  kris 16 January 2014 09: 03
                  -1
                  Quote: Egen
                  Quote: 31231
                  Blessed, I told you that in the West, life is more comfortable ?! Why are you still here?

                  Sergey, don’t swear, it’s not about the Motherland :), for example, I traveled by high-speed trains in Europe and China :) Mikhail here correctly says - they have science, production and technology under them, but we ... have a place for the feat: ((

                  Eugene !
                  do not pay attention to these "putinashevselschikov !.
                  they have such a job, troll for Peje.
                  In any administration - this is the main occupation!
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          5. 31231
            31231 15 January 2014 18: 49
            0
            And what is bad in these enterprises? The fact that they are not of a grandiose Soviet scale?
            Dear, those people who are really opening these enterprises should be said thank you, and not bite your teeth and say "But in the Union ......".
            If you can make a sample of newly opened enterprises and manufactures in France ?! You may be surprised, because production is now developing only in Southeast Asia, thanks to cheap labor and a low tax burden.
          6. rolik
            rolik 15 January 2014 23: 49
            0
            Quote: Vadivak
            Here are some of the achievements.

            I would like to add a couple more "achievements" to this list of achievements.
            Arkhangelsk.
            1 Closed Solombalsky PPM
            2 Closed 3 LDK
            Two large enterprises closed. 3 LDK monster, whopper. One of the oldest enterprises in Arkhangelsk. In 1881, local Germans Surkov and Shergold built a single-frame sawmill five miles above the city. Twenty years later, the sawmill already had ten frames and a stone building. He was one of the largest enterprises of the pre-October North. In 1913, up to a thousand people worked on it, lumber production reached 65 thousand cubic meters.
            In 1920, the company was renamed Sawmill No. 3, and a year later it was named after V. H Lenin, and it entered the Severoles trust system. Immediately began work on the expansion and mechanization of production, but the plant was still a purely sawmill. In the mid-thirties, when the box-cutting and drying workshops were built, plant No. 3 named after V.I. Lenin became a sawmill and woodworking enterprise. He went bankrupt, someone needs money.
            STPM, drowned boilers, this is a death sentence. The share in the world market of unbleached sulphate pulp is 10%, in the Russian market - about 50%. 80% of products are exported. Cellulose from the mill under the Solombala brand was bought in more than thirty countries in Eastern and Western Europe, North Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and North America. 20% was sold on the domestic market of Russia.
            Plant capacity: 225 thousand tons of unbleached sulphate pulp, 7,7 thousand tons of paper, 12 thousand tons of chemical products. And this enterprise is a corpse.
            And this is only a small fraction of what is happening in the Arkhangelsk region. At the last session of the regional assembly, it was recognized that the situation in the region was critical.
            All this happened during the rule of the governor of the personally set GDP, the name of this person is Orlov. The name does not fully correspond to his deeds; for deeds, Kozlov would be more suitable for him.
        3. Andrey57
          Andrey57 15 January 2014 11: 06
          +5
          The transformation of Russia into a raw material appendage was competently laid down even under the EBN, when the constitution and the law on the Central Bank of the Russian Federation were adopted, during this period of the direct prohibition by the law on the Central Bank on investing in Russian industry and the budget of the Russian Federation at the expense of the Central Bank, more than 70,000 enterprises were closed in the country, were completely such industries as machine-tool building, radio electronics, civil aviation and many others were destroyed, against this background 200 enterprises per year - well, very "impressive results". 70,000: 200 = 350, at such a rate of "restoration" of industrial potential we will catch up with the USSR in just 350 years.
          1. sledgehammer102
            sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 14: 19
            +3
            Quote: Andrey57
            Over 70,000 Enterprises Closed in the Country

            four important points
            1) Where does this data come from, for we like to exaggerate black and gloss over white
            2) Which of the enterprises were profitable in Soviet times
            3) In the list in the commentary above, only industrial production enterprises are given, for example, agro-industrial enterprises, scientific associations and village bakeries, public catering and a bunch of other "enterprises" that are now called individual entrepreneurs, which most likely ended up in your number as ENTERPRISES, are not included there, but in the final reviews for 2013 - no, so the figure of 70 is very crafty.
            4) before that there were still 10 years during which many more enterprises were opened than closed.
            Quote: Andrey57
            We will catch up with the Soviet Union at the rate of "restoration" of industrial potential in just 350 years.

            Well, in the end - do not build to break.

            Moreover, there are a number of goods that the USSR imported in huge quantities, but now it has either stopped importing, or, in general. exports e.g. trams and locomotives
            1. knn54
              knn54 15 January 2014 15: 00
              -4
              The famous ecologist M. Lemeshev spoke about the Soviet economy back in the 70s of the last century: “We mine iron ore to make excavators, we make excavators to mine iron ore.”
              Now the Russian Federation produces hydrocarbons to build pipelines, investing tens of billions of dollars there, and builds oil pipelines so that it can produce oil, strengthening the raw material orientation of the Russian economy.
              A Worth looking at the monarchy of the Gulf. Having nothing but oil and gas, they LITERALLY dispose of funds from the sale of hydrocarbons.
              China, as in the first wave of the crisis, is trying to compensate for the decline in the consumption of its goods in foreign markets due to the development of the domestic market. But due to the RAW structure of the economy, the Russian Federation will not be able to repeat the experience of the PRC.
              The restoration of the Russian (as well as Ukrainian) economy is hindered by the LOW level of competition. Administrative levers remain very important for doing business, competition is not an institution that allows you to develop quickly and efficiently. And for the development of REAL competition, it will be necessary to carry out REAL administrative reform - against officials. And this is already POLITICAL reforms, which the authorities (against themselves, beloved) will not go to.
              1. Setrac
                Setrac 15 January 2014 17: 42
                +2
                Quote: knn54
                A Worth looking at the monarchy of the Gulf. Having nothing but oil and gas, they LITERALLY dispose of funds from the sale of hydrocarbons.

                And you should probably see the production of oil and gas per capita!
                Moreover, it is worth recalling that Russia consumes a lot of petroleum products domestically.
                1. saber1357
                  saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 41
                  -2
                  ОХХХ, have you chosen a super-pretentious picture on purpose, and even with the CIA inscription? There, people professionally submit information to show who is needed in a disadvantageous way. FOR EXAMPLE: the very idea of ​​counting something "per capita" automatically puts tiny countries at the top of the list and completely discredits large ones, of course ...
                  1. Setrac
                    Setrac 16 January 2014 00: 15
                    -1
                    Quote: saber1357
                    FOR EXAMPLE: the very idea of ​​counting something "per capita" automatically puts tiny countries at the top of the list and completely discredits big ones, of course ...

                    This is not a list of the "best" countries. Above there were claims that like Russia produces the same amount as CA, but lives worse.
                2. alone
                  alone 16 January 2014 00: 20
                  -1
                  Sergei, it’s wrong to judge oil and gas production per capita)) in Norway, for example, 5 million people, in Qatar 2 million people, and in Qatar there are no other natural resources except oil and gas. And in Russia there are 143 million people. Such schemes do not prove.
                  1. old rocket man
                    old rocket man 16 January 2014 01: 16
                    +1
                    Quote: lonely
                    such schemes do not prove anything.


                    They do not prove, they only explain the "inefficiency" of the use of income hi
                  2. Russ69
                    Russ69 16 January 2014 01: 23
                    -1
                    Quote: lonely
                    Sergei, it’s wrong to judge oil and gas production per capita)) in Norway, for example, 5 million people, in Qatar 2 million people, and in Qatar there are no other natural resources except oil and gas. And in Russia there are 143 million people. Such schemes do not prove.

                    In order to compare, we must also take into account such a fact as the cost of oil production, its transportation.
                  3. Setrac
                    Setrac 16 January 2014 23: 00
                    -1
                    Quote: lonely
                    Sergey, it’s wrong to judge oil and gas production per capita))

                    So I’m talking to you about that. It is foolish to think that our problems are due to the fact that we allegedly use petrodollars inefficiently. And I was not the first to cite Saudi Arabia as an example. Saudi Arabia is nothing, zero without a stick, a pawn moved by the United States.
              2. sledgehammer102
                sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 18: 22
                +1
                Quote: knn54
                A Worth looking at the monarchy of the Gulf. Having nothing but oil and gas, they LITERALLY dispose of funds from the sale of hydrocarbons.


                It’s so competent that in the export structure they have only oil and no industry. Do they need it? You have already been shown oil production per capita.
              3. 31231
                31231 15 January 2014 19: 17
                +1
                Ecologist Lemeshev about economics ?! Can you still bring Stanislavsky’s speech about production ?!
                Do you know a lot for the Saudis, Qatar and China?
                Well, tell me something about how Saudi Aramiko was formed, whose citizens form the main backbone of the working staff of Saudi Aramiko ?! Who started and continues to produce gas in Qatar now ?!
                Do not tell me what’s there with pensions in China and with an average salary in China?
              4. Egen
                Egen 16 January 2014 06: 52
                0
                Quote: knn54
                A Worth looking at the monarchy of the Gulf. Having nothing but oil and gas, they LITERALLY dispose of funds from the sale of hydrocarbons.

                No, Nikolai, it’s not worth it, because write yourself - monarchies, i.e. centralized management, directed vector of politics, as in the USSR.
                It’s better to look at Holland - the same thing, but like democracy :)
                Quote: knn54
                China, as in the first wave of the crisis, is trying to compensate for the decline in consumption of its goods in foreign markets due to the development of the domestic market

                HERE! Finally, someone moved this idea :) So Gazprom is also trying to do us - to develop domestic demand for gas - and for years 3 has been busy.
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          2. saber1357
            saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 36
            0
            And when in 1913? Oh, sorry for the Soviet propaganda, it was much better than the pseudological nonsense of the so-called. "economists".
        4. SPACE
          SPACE 15 January 2014 11: 23
          +4
          Quote: sledgehammer102
          We have to admit a tendency that the authors get stuck in the first decade of 2000x and continue to stamp templates that were relevant then, and this week this is an 4 article in which once again abstracts are inconsistent with real events and dynamics.

          What are you? How can this happen if the head of the country is the corrupt totalitarian-KGB former Putin regime with its corrupt oligarchs and thieves' officials, working only for themselves and the Economic Depot. Yes, this can not be! The virtual reality laughing
          1. saber1357
            saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 43
            0
            Yes, liberals need to be treated. However, I hope that they will really begin to be treated soon.
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        6. kris
          kris 15 January 2014 11: 48
          -1
          Quote: sledgehammer102
          1) And how does it happen that every year we get gold and silver medals at international school Olympiads in the main scientific disciplines ???

          how many of the medalists then remain in Russia?
          1. sledgehammer102
            sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 14: 22
            +4
            Quote: kris
            how many of the medalists then remain in Russia?


            If you ask such leading questions, then you know the bottom of the answer in "live" numbers. And if you don’t know, which bald man are you asking.

            And on the case, the number of technoparks and scientific associations suggests that we have young specialists, and far from all of them "bring down" abroad, although this tendency took place from the 90s to the mid-2000s
            1. kris
              kris 15 January 2014 16: 31
              -2
              Quote: sledgehammer102
              And on the matter, the number of technoparks and scientific associations suggests that we have young specialists, and not all of them are "brought down" abroad,

              SKOLKOVO is power! laughing
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              2. sledgehammer102
                sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 17: 31
                +8
                Quote: kris
                SKOLKOVO is power!
                1. kris
                  kris 15 January 2014 17: 42
                  -4
                  sledgehammer102
                  finally you showed your face! laughing
                  1. saber1357
                    saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 44
                    0
                    Yours, of course ....
        7. Sakmagon
          Sakmagon 15 January 2014 16: 43
          +3
          authors get stuck in the first decade of 2000x and continue to stamp patterns that were relevant then

          I fully support!
          Briefly, well-reasoned, UNDERSTANDING!
          For those who really want to figure it out IN DETAILS - can walk through parallel sites, for example http://sdelanounas.ru/ ("Made by us").
          Well, those who require data from you about "enterprises with high technology breakthrough technologies and with HIGH VALUE ADDED" - Fuck, from where only I dug something, and you can’t imagine such a fucking drunk - send them ... well, for example, to the Maidan ...
        8. saber1357
          saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 26
          0
          Thanks for the sensible comment!

          The article of this A-Vit, I must say, is cunningly written - lies all around, and at the end - several correct (although in general, obvious) ideas like "disappointing" forecasts "the West is trying to bring down the Russian economy." In the future, it would be necessary to create a special article in the administrative code of the Russian Federation (or even a criminal article) for this kind of manipulation, the use of NLP technologies and the publication of articles about the principles of "fly in the ointment" or "spoon of honey in the ointment" ...
      4. 225chay
        225chay 15 January 2014 13: 58
        0
        Quote: Vadivak
        Vadivak (1) Today, 08:49 ↑ New
        Quote: ...
        Russia is made dependent on energy exports

        Can not be. Horror. And before that, no one knew about it.


        Russia has already been made dependent on energy exports.
        That's it!
        True, now some kind of mace will cry that we have production at the level of the 80s ...
        1. sledgehammer102
          sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 14: 28
          +2
          Quote: 225chay
          Russia has already been made dependent on energy exports.


          If you dig deeper, then the USSR depended on the export of energy no less, which partially drove one of the nails into his coffin
          1. 225chay
            225chay 15 January 2014 14: 32
            +1
            Quote: sledgehammer102
            If you dig deeper, then the USSR depended on the export of energy no less, which partially drove one of the nails into his coffin


            Here! I absolutely agree with you!
            So what the hell are we driving these nails into ourselves?
            1. sledgehammer102
              sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 14: 54
              +3
              Quote: 225chay
              So what the hell are we driving these nails into ourselves?


              In recent years, 10 has only been engaged in pulling out these nails.
            2. Egen
              Egen 16 January 2014 06: 56
              -1
              Quote: 225chay
              So what the hell are we driving these nails into ourselves?

              do you have an appropriate "hammer" for this? I do not, as well as pull out: ((
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          2. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 15 January 2014 16: 59
            +5
            Quote: sledgehammer102
            If you dig deeper, then the USSR depended on energy exports no less

            I already wrote this, but the communists on the site got such a war and threw me down with minuses. Only UPS, refutations did not lead laughing
            1. sledgehammer102
              sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 17: 27
              +1
              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              I already wrote this, but the communists on the site got such a war and threw me down with minuses. Only UPS, refutations did not lead


              This and that, and the repressions are denied, and the queues for food and basic goods in 80x, food on the cards and just a frantic export of oil.
              1. rolik
                rolik 16 January 2014 00: 04
                +2
                Quote: sledgehammer102
                This and that, and the repressions are denied, and queues for food and basic goods in the 80s,

                Here, too, do not distort. I remember this time very well. Queues, coupons, cut cigarettes, in all their glory, unfolded during the reign of the labeled one (a shell to him ...).
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 15 January 2014 09: 00
      +12
      It turns out that the West took advantage of the comprador sentiments of some Russian businessmen and officials, and benefited from recent events, including being able to buy a significant amount of gas at a relatively low price, and the WTO turned Russians into consumers of foreign goods. Now all the money from the Russian economy goes abroad, not only through officials who buy Spanish yachts and villas in the Canaries, but also through ordinary consumers who purchase Polish canned goods and Chinese toys.
      The author drives, do not drive the author! About gas nonsense, about the WTO even more nonsense. What I have not seen on the shelves of new goods from the WTO, everything is the same. Polish canned goods were before, and the whole world is littered with Chinese toys. I don’t say things .
      1. ZU-23
        ZU-23 15 January 2014 09: 10
        -5
        Yes, this incidentally is by no means the same author who needs 15 years of strict work. We will work, we will not steal and throw bribes left to right, then we will still make very serious competition to everyone.
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    3. major1976
      major1976 15 January 2014 13: 14
      0
      My colleague fully and completely share your opinion !!! I am personally at a loss why in Norway ordinary citizens live better (first place in terms of living in Europe for several years) than in Russia !!! Why the current leadership will not introduce a life annuity from the resources belonging to EVERYTHING !!! (and not a bunch of rabid oligarchs who got to the trough by any means) Our esteemed President deftly skipped this question !!! And I and some of us voted for him !!! Some questions !!! There are no answers yet and they don’t are foreseen !!! It's a shame
      1. Sakmagon
        Sakmagon 15 January 2014 17: 00
        +3
        why in Norway ordinary citizens live better than in Russia

        Dear Egor! Question - how to "Major1976"
        - who is the best commander for a soldier - a platoon commander who every morning climbs into a soldier’s bedside table and sniffs his footcloths on a morning inspection, or a division commander who is a bastard - doesn’t even know that Pupkin is a soldier with him ?! And he himself, here’s the beast, he never even looked into the nightstand ?!
        - or show everyone order in your apartment, and then ask the mayor of your city publicly, "why can't you, bastard, bring such order in the city? I, you bastard, voted for you - and you can't walk around the city in slippers!"
        And, by the way, at the same time it will be necessary to keep silent that the platoon soldier personally has to "bother" this soldier so that he, an earthly miracle, at least washed himself on time; and you can't even put things in order "like in an apartment" in your yard ...
      2. Greenwood
        Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 28
        -3
        Quote: major1976
        Our dear
        How long has this protégé of Sobchak and Berezovsky, appointed as Yeltsin's successor, become "respected."
        Quote: major1976
        deftly jumped from this question
        He does this with enviable regularity on any broadcast of answers to citizens' questions.
        Quote: major1976
        And I and some of us voted for him !!
        Well what can I tell you. Keep choking, eating the cactus stubbornly, and wailing. There was nothing to vote for this miracle. At least I voted for Zyuganov.
      3. old rocket man
        old rocket man 16 January 2014 01: 30
        0
        Quote: major1976
        My colleague fully and completely share your opinion !!! I am personally at a loss why in Norway ordinary citizens live better (first place in terms of living in Europe for several years) than in Russia !!! Why the current leadership will not introduce a life annuity from the resources belonging to EVERYONE!


        Well, in Norway, not only the highest standard of living, but also the highest level of dementia and 3,14 disabilities, is one of the reasons for this habit of living on rent.
        And what, will you be happy with the extra 1000 bucks a year ?, because with our population it will no longer work.
    4. Day 11
      Day 11 15 January 2014 14: 17
      +3
      You must be able to ...
    5. Greenwood
      Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 12
      -5
      The most intelligent ones will simply leave for the hill, because in Russia there is nothing to catch with such power, such an economy and such prospects.
      1. Egen
        Egen 16 January 2014 07: 00
        0
        Quote: Greenwood
        The most intelligent ones will simply go over the hill, because in Russia there is nothing to catch with such power, such an economy and such prospects

        "Yes, smart - a fool, that's not the point" :))) (From the film "Purple Ball")
        A cold mind is good, but there is still a soul and a heart that make a person a patriot of their homeland, and do not allow UMU to do stupid things :) Unfortunately, in youth the first one prevails among many :(
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      3. Angry reader
        Angry reader 16 January 2014 09: 00
        0
        You reason smartly, critically, ... Do you show the hillock, or do you crawl yourself? ..)
    6. Sadikoff
      Sadikoff 15 January 2014 17: 56
      +2
      It will be when the world changes, when securities turn into just papers.
      The article reflects the mood of the author, the positivist will find figures for the growth of oil refining and a reduction in the export of raw materials, while not sufficiently significant. Who needs the numbers, you can look at the Aftershock resource.
      1. brainkiller
        brainkiller 16 January 2014 17: 45
        0
        Quote: Sadykoff
        It will be when the world changes, when securities turn into just papers.

        securities-debt obligations appeared before money =)
        In what age did you decide to send everyone?
    7. Basil123
      Basil123 15 January 2014 22: 35
      0
      ---- Article http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/ looks very different, look back, I don’t know, maybe everything is bad with you, tourism is actively developing in our country. but about energy sources .... so they’re sitting on the needle, not us))) you also have a minus, my child goes to the 5th grade .... talk with the parents of the children about the Soviet and current school programs)))
    8. saber1357
      saber1357 15 January 2014 23: 25
      0
      Ahhh, where did he get so ardent, so he commented vehemently on all articles of VO (and so boring)
    9. rolik
      rolik 15 January 2014 23: 29
      0
      Quote: A.YARY
      Our favorite president

      Our beloved president will wait for hungry riots and miners pounding helmets on the asphalt. In general, our beloved president already needs to think hard about changing the economic team. Because they are dirty, and he will go by a train.
    10. brainkiller
      brainkiller 16 January 2014 17: 54
      0
      Russia makes Europe import dependent on energy carriers !!!!
  2. Rattenfanger
    Rattenfanger 15 January 2014 08: 49
    +6
    I read and shed a tear: I remembered the endless Latin American series that did not leave the screens in the 90s. There, too, Don Pedro often, having lain for ten years in a coma, was surprised to learn that his second cousin, Juanita, had recently given birth from Julio. What am I doing? The author, it seems, is also recently out of a coma, if not in the know that we have been sitting on the oil and gas needle for a long time and firmly.
    1. Tektor
      Tektor 15 January 2014 13: 08
      0
      Well, here we are witnessing the process of getting down from this needle: they are slowly starting to reduce the supply of energy resources of low redistribution. Because rat! Allegedly. The West sniffed about it and was afraid that we would get out of the loop. That's what it is about.
      1. Greenwood
        Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 31
        0
        The crisis came about because of the endless inflation of bubbles on the stock exchange and fraud with consumer loans, and not because of the Russian Federation. Nothing, you can’t wait for the oil needle to crawl, now the government is also starting privatization 2.0 and it will sell all the remaining state enterprises to private individuals, including foreign ones, and then fun will begin.
  3. Dazdranagon
    Dazdranagon 15 January 2014 08: 55
    +12
    Polish canned food and Chinese toys. - I try to buy ours. And foreign products and goods were in our country even before joining the WTO ...
  4. mirag2
    mirag2 15 January 2014 08: 58
    +5
    That's it, when high-tech industries prevail in the industry, in order to maintain their market segment, they have to work hard, constantly developing, so as not to lose what is at the moment.
    And when exporting raw materials, especially if it has stable demand, everything else (under a rotten-weak government) -all comes to naught.
    By the way, Primakov said that we are confused with liberal ideas in the economy, with permissiveness, and that big business must be owned by the state, that small and medium-sized businesses will not be able to boost the Russian economy.
    1. Krasnodar
      Krasnodar 15 January 2014 10: 32
      +2
      It is necessary not to export your funds to offshore, but to invest in your own economy, and not wait for foreign investors! And while there is no political stability and corruption is rampant, then everyone seeks to hide any income until they are taken away!
  5. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 15 January 2014 09: 02
    +3
    In that In economic terms, many countries in Europe and Asia see Russia only as a source of raw materials, as well as a market for the sale of goods and services there is no secret. And who else but the Russian government needs to change the economic model of RUSSIA. I wrote TO THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION not referring to those who now hold posts in the Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation.
  6. Alez
    Alez 15 January 2014 09: 04
    -3
    The curse of the raw needle, they are trying to convince us all of this. There is no curse, it is the envy of the liberals who have nothing. Technology goes so far that soon China will not be needed with its production facilities. Only 3D printers will be needed, on which it will be possible to print all consumer goods. And to print consumer goods, you will need raw materials. Including water, which is becoming less. So time will tell for whom this curse is, for us or for the west.
    1. Dangerous
      Dangerous 15 January 2014 10: 19
      +8
      What does the curse have to do with it? Raw materials are good for our country, and the curse is people who do not want and cannot develop Russia, except by selling resources abroad
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  7. demel2
    demel2 15 January 2014 09: 25
    +2
    But why should the powers that be bother for their century of kickbacks and enough from the raw material economy.
  8. Stiletto
    Stiletto 15 January 2014 09: 26
    +4
    "To get rid of this manipulation, structural reforms are needed to diversify the economy."
    As long as I live, I hear so much about it - only things are still there. No matter how much you shout "Halva!", This will not make your mouth sweeter anyway.
  9. Sanyl
    Sanyl 15 January 2014 09: 28
    +2
    article is nonsense. In the country, everything is not bad, compared with the same Europe. I regularly go there and there is complete rot in some countries: unemployment is 15-20%, the continuous decline in GDP and the growth of public debt ...
    1. Dangerous
      Dangerous 15 January 2014 10: 20
      -5
      Tovarisch - forward to a brighter future !!
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    3. Greenwood
      Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 35
      0
      I wonder why, then, the majority of Russian millionaires and businessmen prefer to live in impoverished London, Courchevel, Cyprus, Malta, Valencia, etc., and not in prosperous Russia, where do they get their loot from ?!
  10. virm
    virm 15 January 2014 09: 31
    +1
    Russia will continue to reduce oil supplies for export to non-CIS countries in 2014, despite an increase in crude production, the head of the pipeline monopoly Transneft Nikolai Tokarev told reporters.
    According to him, Russia will reduce the supply of raw materials to non-CIS countries in 2014 to 225 million tons from 228 million tons last year.
    The head of Transneft noted that the decline in exports was due to an increase in oil refining in the Russian Federation, which increased by 9 million tons last year.
    "This is not the end. The growth of refining (of oil in Russia) will continue," Tokarev said.
    In 2013, export and transit of crude oil to non-CIS countries fell to 228,5 million tons from 234,3 million tons a year earlier, according to the Ministry of Energy.
    The total oil production in the Russian Federation in 2013 increased to 523,3 million tons from 518 million tons in 2012, while oil refining at the Russian refineries increased to 275,9 million tons from 267,9 million.
    According to Transneft, oil production will continue to grow next year:
  11. SRC P-15
    SRC P-15 15 January 2014 09: 38
    +4
    The countries of the Middle East sit firmly on the oil needle and do not bother. Why is it said about our country that it is a raw materials appendage of the West? In order to produce oil, it is necessary to develop heavy engineering, pipe rolling, etc. Do we have this? Another thing is that we need to build factories for ourselves, for deep oil refining and gas liquefaction. They are being built, but I would like at a faster pace. Then, export of not oil, for example, but high-octane gasoline and high-quality diesel fuel will grow. And this is not raw material. Nothing, time will pass, and we will have high-tech production, and then the situation will radically change. True, there are those who do not like it.
  12. Boris55
    Boris55 15 January 2014 09: 40
    +4
    Quote: Artyom Vit
    Russia is made dependent on energy exports

    And why are you forbidding us to trade in what we have in bulk and why do amers around the world chase a club?
    The statement of the question is fundamentally wrong. The question should be raised about a deeper processing of raw materials - increasing its cost.

    Quote: Artyom Vit
    ... a constant increase in energy prices ... annually the cost of gas and oil rose by 8-10% ...

    Dear author, at what percentage do banks give loans for the development of a particular production?

  13. Ivan Petrovich
    Ivan Petrovich 15 January 2014 10: 27
    -1
    Well, the Fulies were waiting for a pedrosia party? I'm not talking about the steering.
    By the way, the Communists predicted such a situation 15-20 years ago
    although without them everything was clear, looking through the box at such faces. one stool worth what ...
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 15 January 2014 12: 27
      +3
      Quote: Ivan Petrovich
      ... the communists predicted this situation 15-20 years ago ...

      Perestroika began the same about the reasoning about the "oil needle" - how did it end, remember?
      Russia sits, will sit and put others, through the north-south stream, etc., on the "oil and gas needle".
      This is our "competitive advantage" and we are not going to refuse, or transfer to someone under "international control".
      1. Greenwood
        Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 37
        -3
        It remains only to privatize Rosneft with Gazprom and nothing will be needed to transfer anything under international control.
      2. 31231
        31231 15 January 2014 19: 29
        0
        The most interesting thing is that all prosrashchiki do not notice that Norway sits on a hydrocarbon needle and buys high-tech products over the hill, the United States, in the pursuit of dough, is developing slate gas, it’s silly to talk about the monarchy of the gulf. The camel breeders only skim the cream off the oil, and the camels themselves are replaced by Moserati. Job?! No, not heard.
        The sad thing is that most of the all-companions are those who gundel in the kitchen with Humpback littering the Scoop and praising the West.
    2. major1976
      major1976 15 January 2014 14: 49
      -2
      I agree !!! FISH rots from the head
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 15 January 2014 19: 30
        +1
        Quote: major1976
        I agree !!! FISH rots from the head

        A convenient excuse for the tail.
  14. lotar
    lotar 15 January 2014 10: 34
    +5
    The article is somewhat one-sided. There are many problems in the country and most of them have not one or two reasons for their occurrence, but many of these very reasons. And as a result, we live in that country, and in the society that we ourselves created, including with our inaction .Say something many can, and God forbid to do something positive if ten percent of those who spoke. And God forbid if so, as it was said, and not a perverted version of a previously looking positive idea.
    1. major1976
      major1976 15 January 2014 15: 12
      -1
      This is definitely said !!! A talkhouse with us !!! Yes, let the moderator forgive me for my Russian !!!
  15. JonnyT
    JonnyT 15 January 2014 10: 57
    0
    Russia want to make it dependent on the export of energy carriers is 100%!
    But this will not happen, no matter how the enemies try.
    Everything is very simple - for efficient extraction and transportation technologies are required, for the creation of these technologies scientific institutes and production are required. Therefore, no matter what power she has to develop her own production and institutions, since it is much cheaper than buying technology from the bourgeoisie and renting specialists from them, and not only cheaper but also more efficient! OWN institutes and production give birth to their scientific and production personnel, who apply the knowledge gained in practice for profit - create new economical technologies, build new industries. Moreover, all this does not confine itself to the mining industry alone ... oil and gas are pulling along very many sectors of the national economy.
    Here, many say that Russia sits on an oil needle, is this really so?
    In fact, the European Union is sitting on a needle! They get lost without our resources and degrade in a matter of months
    1. Greenwood
      Greenwood 15 January 2014 17: 38
      0
      The European Union can easily buy energy from the oil kingdoms of the Persian Gulf, as well as from countries of the former Union like Azerbaijan or Turkmenistan, I don’t see a problem.
      1. 31231
        31231 15 January 2014 19: 33
        -1
        Goremychny, what has the European Union still not merged Gazprom and Transneft ?! Is your team waiting? Before you bliss, you would tighten the materiel.
      2. JonnyT
        JonnyT 16 January 2014 09: 06
        0
        and is it beneficial to them ???
        There is no transport infrastructure!
  16. SPACE
    SPACE 15 January 2014 11: 07
    +3
    1. In the meantime, the West seeks to bring down the Russian economy with disappointing "forecasts."
    2. In economic terms, many countries in Europe and Asia see Russia only as a source of raw materials, as well as a market for the sale of goods and services.
    3. Increasing Russian production capacities is not at hand for foreigners.
    4. That is why many rating agencies make self-fulfilling prophecies, trying to scare investors away from the Russian economy.
    5. It turns out that, believing in negative forecasts, Russia's potential partners refuse to invest in Russian enterprises that are not related to the export of energy resources, and thereby only accelerate the degradation of the “one-sided” raw materials economy, making Russia more and more dependent on gas and oil exports .
    Well, the adversary is known, the goals are clear, the actions are obvious! So the answer is where does the GDP go? This is an information and economic war, and war needs war. Who are they?
  17. demotivator
    demotivator 15 January 2014 11: 34
    +2
    Russia is made dependent on energy exports

    Why not name by name those who "make Russia dependent? Who are they, these" invisible "? The country has a president, parliament, government, law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and courts, as well as a bunch of other things that happen in a normal state However, Russia "suddenly" became dependent on energy resources. Is it dependent only on these exports? And dependence on imports of food or other products that the country no longer produces and imports from China literally every little thing, including even nails and hammers, this dependence does not cause any upset?
    1. 31231
      31231 15 January 2014 19: 40
      -1
      Bgggg. Well, finally, I realized that you are not a communist. For the communist will not blame power structures, prosecutors and courts. Only the so-called liberals are capable of this. Thank you for sleeping and revealing your true face.
  18. Andrey57
    Andrey57 15 January 2014 11: 36
    +1
    ... structural reforms aimed at diversifying the economy are needed. The recent crisis has exposed the weaknesses, and now officials have a great opportunity to reform. It is necessary to introduce tough standards that would not allow entrepreneurs to refuse to train qualified personnel, investment costs, research and update capital

    I didn’t read anything funnier fellow :
    1. Even if a miracle happened and all the officials would become pink and fluffy, and not corruptionists and thieves, they DO NOT have any opportunity to reform, since the law on the Central Bank directly prohibits investing the Central Bank's funds accumulated from the export of raw materials in the Russian economy, little Moreover, the same law is FORBIDDEN to lend to the budget of the Russian Federation, the government can borrow money anywhere, just not in the "own" Central Bank !!!
    2. The Central Bank prints only in exchange for a currency and nothing else !!! Non-resource sector enterprises have no chance to receive the necessary investment and financing, since most of them have no foreign exchange earnings !!! (Separate exceptions do not count).
    3. The Central Bank’s debilitating monetary policy (dictated from Washington, regarding the creation of legislation and a constitution for the formation of the Russian Federation’s monetary circulation) boils down to a decrease in the money supply and an acute shortage of finances for the real sector of the economy, not inflation reduction, but acceleration , which again first of all hits the domestic manufacturer.
    4. The openly wrecking pricing policy of natural monopolies is aimed solely at destroying domestic industry and impoverishing the bulk of the population, and nothing else. In the Emirates, gas costs less than 5 rubles !!!
    5. Nobody in Russia has the opportunity to use the so-called foreign exchange reserves, neither the president, nor the government of Aifonchik, nobody !!! They were created only to "store" the dollar mass, so as not to cause inflation in Matrasia - Russia sells raw materials, exporters sell the Central Bank currency, the currency goes into reserves, rubles go to the country. The FRS "prints" a new batch of dollars for the amount of exported raw materials from Russia. Thus, the West has raw materials, and Russia "has the right" to print a certain amount of rubles for this, while 50% of the income from printing rubles (denomination minus printing costs) has again, the Central Bank, and the rest is the budget.
    Currency reserves are disposed of through the purchase of mattress treasurers - debt obligations of the government of the mattress. the circle is closed, but at the same time, every Russian and the country as a whole, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation is robbing everything by 50% !!!
    5. And to everything else, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, which fully controls the country's money circulation, IS NOT A STATE AUTHORITY, DOES NOT HAVE A LEGAL STATUS, AND IS NOT UNDERTAKEN TO THE PRESIDENT, THE GOVERNMENT, AND THE STATE DUMA, AS IT DOES NOT PRESENT A PREMISES OF OPENING OF THE OFFICE.
    1. 225chay
      225chay 15 January 2014 14: 20
      -2
      Quote: Andrey57
      5. And to everything else, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, which fully controls the country's money circulation, IS NOT A STATE AUTHORITY, DOES NOT HAVE A LEGAL STATUS, AND IS NOT UNDERTAKEN TO THE PRESIDENT, THE GOVERNMENT, AND THE STATE DUMA, AS IT DOES NOT PRESENT A PREMISES OF OPENING OF THE OFFICE.


      Those. outright enemies are sitting there!
    2. soaring
      soaring 15 January 2014 14: 44
      0
      Andrey57, I agree with you completely !!! We have a stupid monetary policy in our country ... It is a pity that it is not the president, the Duma, they cannot change it, and the constitution is strange in this regard! To you personally +++
    3. Egen
      Egen 16 January 2014 07: 11
      0
      Andrey, I agree! hi But still simpler:

      "It is necessary to introduce strict regulations that would not allow entrepreneurs to abandon the training of qualified personnel, investment costs, research and capital renewal."
      - bullshit, we now have a market, try to force someone to invest in the long term when you can buy now ready! Yes, before the tax can not do it :)

      "To this end, Andrei Kolganov proposes to re-nationalize enterprises, increasing the importance of the state in the national economy"
      - in, rightly, a return to nationalization and centralization, the only way the author answers himself, but again nonsense, and who will allow this in a capitalist state ?!

      "It's another matter that the current situation suits many functionaries, and structural reforms are unlikely to be foreseen in the coming years."
      - and here is the answer itself - yes no one, this is a centralized policy ... :(
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  19. Same lech
    Same lech 15 January 2014 11: 43
    +1
    The role of the raw material appendage - the path to nowhere


    Well, they were surprised — even with the natives of AFRICA and SOUTH AMERICA they did the same — they put beautiful trinkets in exchange for gold.
    In our case, RUSSIA is popping nothing worthless green candy wrappers for oil.

    So it will be until we learn to respect ourselves and do what we need and not overseas goodies.
    1. Setrac
      Setrac 15 January 2014 18: 05
      0
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      In our case, RUSSIA is popping nothing worthless green candy wrappers for oil.

      WHILE these "worthless candy wrappers" are accepted as legal tender in international trade.
    2. 31231
      31231 15 January 2014 19: 54
      -1
      Well, take an interest in why in Thailand they take rubles in exchanges, but they don’t change them back. Most of the oil from Kozmino in the Far East goes for rubles and yuan, no one wants to bother with a dollar layer. Upon arrival in Vietnam, I was surprised why they did not take rubles. As it turned out, they have their own oil and they don’t need ours. From us they need weapons, equipment and specialists for the extraction of their oil. Now they will jointly produce gas offshore with Gazprom.
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 15 January 2014 21: 21
        -1
        Quote: 31231
        Well, take an interest in why in Thailand they take rubles in exchanges, but they don’t change them back.

        A special case, the dollar is not defeated.
    3. brainkiller
      brainkiller 16 January 2014 17: 33
      0
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      In our case, RUSSIA is popping nothing worthless green candy wrappers for oil.

      look at the foreign economic balance, and suddenly discover that the sale of oil primarily covers the import of real goods into the Russian Federation.
      Oppa =) Walk in Ketai jeans for 30 bucks? This is the Russian half a barrel of oil poured for it =)
  20. Arh
    Arh 15 January 2014 11: 49
    +1
    For example, consumers depend stop winked smile
  21. RUSS
    RUSS 15 January 2014 12: 00
    +3
    The economic boom of China began with light industry and private business, and entrepreneurship is stifling everyone in our country, but light industry is in decline, although it is easiest to restore and develop.
  22. sxn278619
    sxn278619 15 January 2014 12: 11
    0
    Oleg Grigoriev.
    "It all started in the USSR. What problem was posed by the group of V. I. Danilov-Danilyan in the early 80s? What was noticed? Now we are talking about the dependence on raw materials in Russia. The dependence on raw materials began not now, not in the 90s." It was noticed in the late 70s - early 80s. What was it about? There was a system of state planning and capital investment. There was a phenomenon: more and more funds, capital investments, were invested in the oil and gas sector. it is obvious that the remaining share of funds directed to all remaining sectors of the economy is:
    first: shrinking
    second: it causes extremely negative phenomena in these sectors.
    Not a commodity economy, in fact, is degrading. Already then the question was that if this continues, then we will have one oil and gas sector, the rest will die. The trend has been noticed.
    How were investment decisions made then? Decisions were made based on investment efficiency methodologies. These techniques were written according to market principles. It is clear that the degradation of the economy was dictated by market principles. Therefore, when perestroika began, that is, a direct transition to the market, the group dealing with the issue was horrified. If in a planned economy it was still possible to hope for a correction of the situation, then in the transition to the market, the situation will be as it is now. Everything was known, everything was discussed for a long time. "
  23. individual
    individual 15 January 2014 13: 03
    +2
    "This situation is beneficial to some Russian oligarchs who control the oil and gas sector."

    Then why do we need this government, which indulges the Oligarchs in solving their problems contrary to the interests of Russia.
    The "driver" has enough levers, but he does not know how or does not want to operate mechanisms.
    Or in another way:
    "That's why the pike in the lake, so that the crucian carp does not sleep!"
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 15 January 2014 13: 46
      0
      Quote: individ
      Then why do we need this government that indulges the Oligarchs ...

      I apologize for the replay, but apparently not everyone in the know ...

      1. 31231
        31231 15 January 2014 20: 09
        -1
        It is a pity that the GDP does not know such subtlety that the subsoil is not just developed, but the developer pays from 0,5% to 10% for the purchase of a license for a deposit, and the developer also pays MET.
        1. brainkiller
          brainkiller 16 January 2014 17: 29
          0
          also tender for these bowels =)
          and even the operator as a result often turns out to be deceived by real reserves (they turn out to be less) due to shaggy geologists =)))
  24. Neophyte
    Neophyte 15 January 2014 14: 07
    +3
    We must be glad that Russia is so rich in energy resources! It would be worse if there were fewer of them.
    In any bad situation, that is, a crisis, we will survive, we are Russian and that’s it.
    Those who are right, except for the bad, see optimism in the article.
    1. 31231
      31231 15 January 2014 20: 02
      -1
      Our grandfathers did not fall into despondency in 41-42, but are we worse or what ?!
  25. avg
    avg 15 January 2014 15: 02
    +2
    I don’t want to argue about the dilemma, everything is just ... if we are the coolest.
    But the message itself: "Russia make dependent on energy exports "already got it.
    Who is doing?
    My youngest grandson is 2,3 years old, so the one who screams a little - I myself. And Russia is doing everything ...
    Here's how we start to answer for everything ourselves, and so it’s all ... if it disappears.
  26. Arhj
    Arhj 15 January 2014 19: 28
    +2
    Force our "businessmen" to return the money to Russia. This money will be enough for the purchase of technologies, entire enterprises with subsequent transfer to Russia. But the best way is to invest this money in science and education. I do not think that any of the oligarchs will refuse if the President says that it is fashionable today to have not a football club, but his own research institute. And they will immediately attend to the introduction of discoveries into production, because any investment should be profitable.
  27. alpenstock
    alpenstock 15 January 2014 19: 41
    +1
    I’ve already read it somewhere ... I read it about twenty times.
  28. Bars90
    Bars90 15 January 2014 19: 58
    0
    You can guess forever ... What will or will not be. So, we are a raw materials appendage. But why? Because in those difficult times, when there was no time to think and guess for a long time, the only way to get on their feet was to sell raw materials. We have it, and nothing can be done about it. It is necessary to conduct an independent economic policy ... How to do this, hell knows! But, not to be a victim of the manipulation of speculators and Western economic sharks, the main goal. Hope for TS, BRICS, etc. Wait and see.
  29. Ugrumiy
    Ugrumiy 15 January 2014 19: 59
    +1
    It is sad that in the above list of newly opened enterprises there is not one that would produce means of production, i.e. machine tools, assembly lines, etc. There is only the extraction and processing of resources.
  30. Stinger
    Stinger 15 January 2014 20: 28
    -1
    Old-old song about the needle. The chorus can be taken from the anthem of the democratic youth of L. Oshanin:
    You won’t strangle this song, you won’t kill it!
    Do not kill! Do not kill!
    Us young
    Echoed by that song
    The whole globe of the earth!
    Classic! You cannot hide from it, just like from love.
  31. brainkiller
    brainkiller 16 January 2014 17: 22
    -1
    the word "knowledge-intensive" is off scale in the discussion =)


    And this despite the fact that the domestic market is not fully provided with essential goods (food, clothing), and is still import-dependent.

    Funny.
  32. brainkiller
    brainkiller 16 January 2014 17: 26
    -1
    Quote: Ugrumiy
    It is sad that in the above list of newly opened enterprises there is not one that would produce means of production, i.e. machine tools, assembly lines, etc.

    let's go to tanks in Berlin again.
    But by and large, we just won’t pull it now.
    You need to try to assess opportunities soundly.
  33. kdimkin
    kdimkin 21 January 2014 12: 50
    0
    "Significant impact on the state of the Russian economy had such events as a major flood in the Far East, the crisis in Cyprus, Tinkoff Credit Systems Bank Problems"
    Artem, can you clarify what problems Tinkoff Credit Systems bank had in mind?
    The fall on the London Stock Exchange after statements on amendments to the legislation on possible restrictions on "remote work" with clients (such moves, of course, once again repel foreign investors, but after the "clarifications", it turned out that these restrictions on the current business processes of the bank are not distributed, cards are not dispatched impersonally, for a long time, to receive a card, you need to either meet with a bank representative, or at the PR department a registered letter, identification of the recipient by passport) or something else?