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The financial world has changed in a week

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Last week there were two major events in the field of international finance. At first glance, they are completely unrelated. But this is only the first. The financial world has changed in a week. The Bretton Woods world, founded by the Anglo-Saxons on the domination of the dollar, took another very significant step towards the end of its existence.

The financial world has changed in a week


Before we talk about these two events, we need to mention another one, which is a definite background for what is happening. Or the foundation - here as someone more like.

For several months in a row, in the information space, there was a question about a possible disconnection of Russia from the western payment banking system SWIFT. Through it today passes the vast majority of financial transactions in the world. The main SWIFT center is located in Brussels, but is under US control.

The result of US pressure on Russia is the accelerated launch of a similar payment system by China by the end of 2015.

Source: http://inosmi.info/kitay-zavershaet-sozdanie-alternativy-swift-prichyom-os-dedollarizatsii-mozhet-zarabotat-uzhe-v-sent.html

“According to Reuters, the China International Payment System (CIPS), which serves to handle cross-border transactions in RMB, is ready and can be launched in September or October of this year. This will eliminate one of the biggest obstacles to the internationalization of the yuan. This should significantly increase the international use of Chinese currency by reducing transaction costs and payment processing time. ”

The yuan is becoming an even more visible alternative to the dollar, but the main result of the creation of CIPS is the creation of the foundation of an alternative financial system on a global scale. Attempts to strike out Russia from the financial world will be impossible - but it’s not only and not so much about Russia. This is about the loss of Washington's monopoly on the global financial system.

A circulatory payment and transaction system will be built by China by the end of 2015.

Now it’s up to the issuing center, which will create money, the “blood of the economy”, so that it flows through the new payment system.

And this emission center has already been created.

This Chinese alternative to the World Bank is called the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

“Contrary to the recommendations of the United States, Western European countries join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

On the eve of France, Germany and Italy agreed to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (ABII), writes the Financial Times, citing its sources in diplomatic circles. According to the American media, this greatly changes the balance of power in the growing confrontation between the United States and China over who will establish economic and trade rules in Asia. ” http://rusplt.ru/world/velikobritaniya-pozvala-vseh-v-aziatskiy-bank-16011.html

AIIB was established in November 2014 by the initiative of China “to finance infrastructure projects in the Asia-Pacific region”. Four months have passed and the United Kingdom and other Western countries are joining this Chinese project.

This means - it is impossible to ignore. Therefore it is better to cooperate. Britain is not just the closest ally of the United States. This brain - States torso. And the brain of the modern financial system today considers it a blessing to enter the project, alternative to its monopoly.

Let's sum up the intermediate result.

China made decisive moves in the financial sector. Russia supports China in this movement. The West, having failed to blow up Russia from the inside or by drawing it into a war in Ukraine, destabilize the Eurasian space, in order to weaken China, is forced to negotiate with Beijing.

Does this mean that the struggle is over? Of course not. The fight is endless. And the West will also try to pit Russia and China many times between themselves. But not yet. We have to negotiate with Beijing.

And now back to two newswith which we began our analysis of the situation.

The first news.

20 March 2015, the presidents of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus discussed “how to overcome the crisis phenomena in the economies of the countries of the Customs Union, how to raise mutual trade and when to switch to a single currency.

The proposed altyn as a way of calculation is still only at the discussion stage, since there is no decision on where to print and how to regulate its volumes ”. http://www.1tv.ru/news/polit/280224

See the original material at http://www.1tv.ru/news/polit/280224

Meanwhile, a few months ago, they also called the terms quite different - 2025 year. http://expert.ru/2014/09/10/evrazijskij-soyuz-sozdaet-obschuyu-finansovuyu-sistemu/

And now this “acceleration” for ten years. Why? And because the financial world is changing very quickly. And the fact that the Eurasian Union planned in a very distant future can now (and should) be done immediately. After all, the Chinese partners have created an emission center and are about to launch a payment system. And where it is more convenient to approach the work under the new rules with ONE currency, rather than with three or more.

It is curious that on the eve of a trip to Astana and statements on a single financial system and a single currency of the Eurasian Union, the Russian president met in Moscow with a high-ranking Chinese comrade: “Vladimir Putin received in the Kremlin the head of the office of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, Li Zhanshu.” http://www.kremlin.ru/news/47887

The second news.

The system for determining the price of gold in the world is changing.

“Starting from 1919 to the present, the so-called London Gold Fix system operated on the precious metal market - a pricing system that set a certain average price twice a day and the process was administered by London Gold Market Fixing Ltd. Experts believe that this will not be just some kind of trivial technical change, it will be a real turning point in stories gold And this is why: London Gold Fix, which will cease to exist on Thursday, allowed only four participants to set the price of gold, which, of course, made it possible to carry out the necessary manipulations. This system will be replaced by a specially designed auction, it will be as transparent as possible, and as many participants as possible will be allowed to it. ” http://www.vestifinance.ru/articles/54704

It's funny, really. The system for determining FOUR people twice the price of gold (about which I wrote in detail in the book “Cherche la oil”) worked for almost a hundred years. And no “violations” in it, no one saw. Did not criticize. And then “suddenly” - they saw ...

“Many note that the decision to form a new pricing method was made in view of criticism from many economists and market participants, as well as investigating the facts of fraud in various markets, which regulators are conducting.

According to many experts, in its current form, the pricing method is outdated and "vulnerable to manipulation." http://vkurse.ua/business/sobirayutsya-izmenit-cenoobrazovanie-na-zoloto.html?top-rotate

How does the system change? Monopoly, of course, the Anglo-Saxons, are not going to destroy. There will be no transparent auction, as there was not one hundred years before. The British simply include Chinese banks in the gold pricing system. Why? And this is a fee, a reciprocal “request” for the inclusion of the UK in the very Chinese Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and in the future to the Chinese payment system.

“As we have said, experts expect that in the new conditions, China’s role in pricing will be much higher and become more transparent. This innovation opens up the playing field for gold trading and adds a completely new range of opportunities and participants, especially for the Chinese, "said Market Watch Kevin Kerr, President of Kerr Trading International.

Now everyone is talking about the huge demand for gold from China, but no one knows the real numbers, because the authorities of the Middle Kingdom carefully hide them. So, Mr. Kerr is sure that in the new conditions the veil of secrecy will be slightly opened.

The London Association of Precious Metals Market Participants (LBMA) promised not to disclose the names of bidders until the launch of the new system, but if Chinese banks are directly involved in the fixing process, they will be able to conduct arbitrage transactions between Shanghai and gold, making it essentially round the clock international market. This opinion was expressed by Julian Phillips, the founder of GoldForecaster.com. ” http://www.vestifinance.ru/articles/54704

Especially a lot of all these news is not told. Meanwhile, these are all real signs of a serious weakening of the dollar monopoly, and in general, the Anglo-Saxon monopoly on the global financial system.
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  1. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 27 March 2015 14: 29
    +9
    these are all real signs of a serious weakening of the dollar monopoly, and in general the Anglo-Saxon monopoly on the world financial system.


    This is welcome.
    1. rpek32
      rpek32 27 March 2015 15: 39
      +3
      it is not clear why only the yuan and not the ruble
      1. Vlad5307
        Vlad5307 27 March 2015 16: 04
        +13
        look at the volume of GDP of countries and the volume of foreign trade and you will understand everything!
      2. leshiy076
        leshiy076 27 March 2015 16: 19
        +4
        Compare the economic opportunities of Russia and China.
      3. Wheel
        Wheel 27 March 2015 20: 24
        +2
        Quote: rpek32
        it is not clear why only the yuan and not the ruble

        Yuan is an independent currency, the ruble is not, for the issue of the ruble is allowed only under the dollar-euro.
        1. Blondy
          Blondy 27 March 2015 23: 59
          +1
          Quote: Wheel
          An is an independent currency, the ruble is not, for the issue of the ruble is permitted only under the dollar-euro.


          And the central bank is constitutionally independent of the Russian government and in fact only the Fed is subordinate.
          Thank you Shahrai.

          Also, therefore, the yuan, not the ruble.
        2. rpek32
          rpek32 29 March 2015 07: 06
          0
          Quote: Wheel
          Yuan is an independent currency, the ruble is not, for the issue of the ruble is allowed only under the dollar-euro.


          need to somehow treat it
  2. Metallurgist
    Metallurgist 27 March 2015 14: 30
    +9
    Old people, as always, are extremely concise and understandable.
    For a long time I read, I follow his site.
    Although I personally have some disagreement with his position, on the whole and in general, it’s always interesting to read, argue and discuss - only positive emotions.
  3. Motherland Russia
    Motherland Russia 27 March 2015 14: 31
    0
    Well, thank God that the necessary changes are taking place.
    And then they played in "superiority".
  4. Hatbullin
    Hatbullin 27 March 2015 14: 34
    +2
    Again, the Chinese rule
    1. askort154
      askort154 27 March 2015 15: 09
      +3
      Hatbullin .... Again the Chinese rule

      Until they rule, but they are clearly stepping on the heels of the Anglo-Saxons. But!
      In any case, without Russia it will not "run out". The last century has shown that no one has succeeded in rebuilding the World without taking into account Russia's interests. The Chinese understand this better than the Anglo-Saxons.
      1. G_sl
        G_sl 27 March 2015 20: 16
        0
        March 27, People's Daily online - The project to create the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is attractive. But according to Russian experts, either the Russian leadership did not give it due attention, or it expects a more suitable format for cooperation. Complicated the solution to this issue and the precarious economic situation in Russia.
        “Our priorities are the SCO and BRICS. Therefore, perhaps the Russian government did not attach due importance to the AIIB. But I suppose that the situation will change in the near future, ”said Sergey Lukonin, head of the Chinese economy and politics sector of the Center for Asia-Pacific Studies at the Institute for World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in an interview with People's Daily on-line.
    2. Talgat
      Talgat 27 March 2015 21: 29
      0
      Quote: Hatbullin
      Again, the Chinese rule


      Recently we sat with relatives at an event - the conversation turned about our "altyn", etc.

      Yes, everyone agreed that it is necessary to get away from "dollar slavery" and this is the essence of the altyn, in contrast to the current ruble or tenge

      But then an interesting thought sounded - about - and why did they suddenly rush so? After all, they were going to study and introduce for a long time later
      So the thought sounded - that this is not because of the dollar and amers - but because of the "friend and ally" because of China - it is growing so fast that from the "dollar" slavery we can all, together with the Russians, get into the "yuan" - therefore it is better faster speed up with altyn and consolidate it in all countries that will join us

      I don’t know for sure - are these fears real?
  5. Sasha 19871987
    Sasha 19871987 27 March 2015 14: 35
    +1
    there will be no bucks, there will be no state hegemony, everything is quite simple
  6. Jackking
    Jackking 27 March 2015 14: 35
    -5
    what nafig altyn - over there, the ruble is in a fever like hypertension. It grew by one and a half rubles, then fell by thirty-eight - probably the spies are working. And the Central Bank and the government do not sleep nights, they are struggling with variable success
    1. 97110
      97110 27 March 2015 15: 16
      +9
      Quote: Jackking
      what nafig altyn - over there, the ruble is in a fever like hypertension

      What is a "ruble"? There was information on VO that it was a franchise, the private property of a "pack of comrades". Therefore, it is not surprising that he is in a fever when his owners need it. How correct this information is, I do not know. But I did not see a refutation in the comments. Hence the theme of "altyn", the monetary unit of the state, independent of the Federal Reserve System and a pack of comrades, whose comrades in the ravine are eating up their horses.
  7. Basarev
    Basarev 27 March 2015 14: 37
    -9
    Russia was simply put under China ...
    1. leshiy076
      leshiy076 27 March 2015 16: 20
      +1
      Why do you think so?
      1. Wheel
        Wheel 27 March 2015 20: 27
        -1
        Quote: Basarev
        Russia was simply put under China ...

        Quote: leshiy076
        Why do you think so?

        Yes, exactly, where did they get what they put?
        She lay down ... sad
        1. leshiy076
          leshiy076 27 March 2015 22: 21
          +1
          Did she tell you about this?
          1. Wheel
            Wheel 27 March 2015 23: 36
            -1
            Quote: leshiy076
            Did she tell you about this?

            He who has eyes, let him see. hi
  8. Boos
    Boos 27 March 2015 14: 38
    +5
    I would be glad if Russian capital influenced these events. But our capitalists turned out to be brainless and again forced to react to factors unaccounted for by them.
    1. Jack-b
      Jack-b 27 March 2015 16: 26
      +3
      What have economists got to do with it? One of the shuttle traders told me for a long time. I went to China for clothes, there Chinese people sit on all the doorways and sew all kinds of junk. Hands, primitive sewing machines. Anything and anyhow. And they make money. Therefore, China's GDP cannot be compared with ours. And how do Chinese economists influence this? None. We can't even sweep the yard ourselves, we hire "Tajiks". This is how the GDP diverges. Are the economists to blame? No, laziness is to blame. The desire to live beautifully and not to get your hands dirty. Economists have nothing to do with it. The mentality is not the same.
      1. sergeybulkin
        sergeybulkin 27 March 2015 20: 06
        0
        Here one of the shuttles has long been telling me. I went to China for clothes, there the Chinese sit on all the alleys and sew all kinds of junk. Hands, primitive sewing machines. What horrible and horrible. And make money.

        Shl, it was a long time ago - those who sewed all kinds of junk at the time then built modern factories. Already half the globe with clothes, computers, and much more than that provide quite high quality.
        And you say China, China has almost caught up and will soon begin to overtake ... No matter how much you keep up!
      2. Wheel
        Wheel 27 March 2015 20: 30
        +2
        Quote: Jack-B
        l I went to China for clothes, there the Chinese sit on all the alleys and sew all kinds of junk. Hands, primitive sewing machines. What horrible and horrible. And make money.

        Quote: Jack-B
        And how do Chinese economists influence this? None.

        Quote: Jack-B
        And how do Chinese economists influence this? None.

        Quote: Jack-B
        We can't even sweep the yard ourselves, we hire "Tajiks". This is how the GDP diverges. Are the economists to blame? No, laziness is to blame. The desire to live beautifully and not to get your hands dirty. Economists have nothing to do with it. The mentality is not the same.

        Yeah, the mentality ...
        Try to legally sell what you have sewed with your own hands.
        There will come tax, firefighters, consumer supervision ... and leave without pants.
        Mentality, damn it!
  9. SRC P-15
    SRC P-15 27 March 2015 14: 39
    +3
    It bothers me that the British strive to crawl into AIIB. Is it not to break apart from within?
    1. dzvero
      dzvero 27 March 2015 15: 48
      +1
      I also thought about it. All three countries (England, Germany and France) are vassals of the United States. Although, there may be a banal 'diversification' - if the owner is bent, then you can survive yourself. And if he survives, then they will gladly help him in destroying competitors.
      From England it is not entirely unambiguous. The Rothschilds are 'the clan changed', and for them participation in the AIIB is another opportunity to stake out a place of bread in the new world. If they were allowed in, then there could be an agreement against the Rockefellers (FRS).
      In general - wait and see.
      1. leshiy076
        leshiy076 27 March 2015 16: 31
        +1
        I also think so and wrote about this two weeks ago, so I won’t repeat myself.
    2. leshiy076
      leshiy076 27 March 2015 16: 22
      +2
      Well, I do not think that the Anglo-Saxons are more cunning than the Chinese.
  10. Altona
    Altona 27 March 2015 14: 43
    +1
    What the hell is this London? Who needs me there? Like in the song...
    1. Prager
      Prager 27 March 2015 14: 49
      +1
      I do not need a Turkish coast and Africa I do not need!
  11. _Alexei_
    _Alexei_ 27 March 2015 14: 48
    +3
    it is that rubles will not be soon Altyn means the central bank will be freed from Western dependence and we will finally have our money
  12. Million
    Million 27 March 2015 14: 49
    +1
    it's time to get rid of dollars
  13. msm
    msm 27 March 2015 14: 50
    0
    The GDP has already set the FSB up - to more actively identify currency fraudsters (speculation + outflow abroad)
  14. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 27 March 2015 15: 00
    +1
    The Chinese are doing with our support! In general, the Chinese are smart people and not only in this, they didn’t allow any perestroika in their own country, they didn’t ruin their country, even the Chinese Communist Party remained the guiding and guiding force and very well guides and directs!
  15. Begemot
    Begemot 27 March 2015 15: 02
    +2
    The main concern I have is the likelihood that the global financial backstage, as it is commonly called, will be able to outplay China in this game and instead of destroying the Anglo-Saxon monopoly in finances, we will get a big kidalovo in the dollar zone with a preliminary transfer of real capital under Chinese banners, but under control those of the Rothschilds and Co.
  16. akula
    akula 27 March 2015 15: 06
    +4
    Is Russia a valuable raw prize in this game?
  17. den3080
    den3080 27 March 2015 15: 20
    +2
    The UK and the rest of the EU are not part of the AII in order to invest a lot and generously, but to put wheels in the wheels.
    There, the distribution of 75% is Asian countries, 25% is the EU. This is already enough to make the new bank inoperative, and if you add American allies from among Asian countries, such as Japan and Thailand, then it seems that it will be impossible to make any decisions objectionable to the United States and Great Britain.
    But they (the opponents of China and Russia) will make them smarter, they will invest a little in their allies and even not very allies, and even in China and India, that is, they will portray vigorous activity exactly as long as China "moves" within the Western plan, but as soon as something goes wrong they will block everything.
    By the way, nothing has been heard about Russia's participation in this bank. He's gone. And this gives the Anglo-Saxons gentlemen a serious reason immediately, after the "distribution of purchased tickets" and from the moment the AII started working, to torpedo the BRICS bank project. After all, this is very logical and is expressed in one simple phrase: What the hell is a button accordion to a goat?
    And it will look like it is not the United States doing it, but sovereign and independent countries. For the United States does not participate in AI, "as it were."

    So I would take it more as bad news than as another step towards the collapse of the Bretton Woods ...
    Russia just traveled on a lame goat ... which does not need a button accordion)))
  18. Shark Lover
    Shark Lover 27 March 2015 15: 24
    0
    Everything is fine. But! And how is it for us, 140 million will be displayed? Salaries will rise, payments will decrease, prices will fall? Do officials fire all relatives, take pros? It will not be a dollar, some kind of crap, ...... Fellers will move or change their surnames to ..... Illers? I would like to hear and read this, what kind of result = what will it ?????? Why is this done?
  19. lunoxod
    lunoxod 27 March 2015 15: 52
    +1
    France, Germany and Italy agree to join Asian Bank


    It would be more correct to be asked.
  20. den3080
    den3080 27 March 2015 15: 57
    +1
    We all need to switch to Angolan money. And the name is cool - kwanzi.
    One old friend of mine was fulfilling an international duty in Angola, at one time, shoulder to shoulder with Cuban comrades, amusingly telling and good pictures)))
  21. 006 Feliks
    006 Feliks 27 March 2015 15: 58
    0
    And the Chinese are quietly quiet, but go to their goal! well done you will not say anything !!
  22. ovod84
    ovod84 27 March 2015 16: 01
    0
    wait and see what to guess
  23. zenith
    zenith 27 March 2015 16: 09
    0
    Quote: Jackking
    what nafig altyn

    That's right, what the hell Altyn ............... ???????
    ..... In the period from 1841 to 1916, copper and silver altyns were minted. According to historians, the name is derived from the Turkic numeral alta - six. In the monetary system of the Golden Horde, altyn is a coin of 6 money. Derived from “Altyn” is “five-Altyn” - the national name of the coin is 15 kopecks.
    And here we are the Golden Horde?
    1. Flexsus
      Flexsus 27 March 2015 21: 27
      0
      and where is the connection between the period from 1841 to 1916 of the year and the Golden Horde, which finally ceased to exist in the 15 century.
  24. kelevra
    kelevra 27 March 2015 16: 21
    0
    The Anglo-Saxons received a very tangible blow under their breath, and there will be more! Until this greasy hog (dollar) falls completely!
  25. uhu189
    uhu189 27 March 2015 16: 35
    +1
    I just didn’t understand one thing - if the emission center instead of the United States moves to China - what is it to us? It will not be ours anyway, only now if we used to depend on the USA, now we will depend on China. What a joy!
  26. Zomanus
    Zomanus 27 March 2015 16: 49
    0
    It is only clear that China is building its financial instruments in order to fully start the game according to its own rules. And here it’s impossible to say by what rules it will be better to play for Russia. Because China does everything for the power of China. Russia is for them a convenient partner for a given period of time.
  27. moskowit
    moskowit 27 March 2015 17: 12
    0
    "How beautiful this world is, look ..."
  28. Rusin Dima
    Rusin Dima 27 March 2015 17: 57
    +1
    Starikov is one of the smartest people in the world, I will vote in 2016 for air defense
  29. Stinger
    Stinger 27 March 2015 18: 03
    +2
    The Chinese do not like to talk. Unlike ours.
  30. yuriy55
    yuriy55 27 March 2015 18: 36
    0
    It remains only to take off his hat to the foresight and patience of China ... hi
  31. FlyEngine
    FlyEngine 27 March 2015 19: 14
    +1
    I wonder who came up with the name of the new Eurasian currency Altyn? Is it to offend the Russians somehow?
    1. Talgat
      Talgat 27 March 2015 21: 23
      0
      No "grievances" - the name was proposed by our Nursultan Abishevich - and the logic was that the word was not alien to either Kazakhs or Russians. not for many peoples of Russia itself (Tatars, Bashkirs, and other Turkic-speaking)

      In fact, it is clear that the economy of the Russian Federation is larger than Belarus and Kazakhstan, and therefore the larger economy will probably have more "votes" in the conduct of the emission policy and in making a decision - that is, it is not so important as the name is - it is important that it is necessary to leave the tenge as well and from the ruble as "dollar-dependent" currencies (read the same Starikov) and a single Eurasian currency should be printed not when "dollars for this amount were bought" - but according to the laws of the market and economics - in order to correspond to the turnover within the union
      1. Wheel
        Wheel 28 March 2015 00: 03
        +2
        Quote: Talgat
        In fact, it is clear that the economy of the Russian Federation is larger than Belarus and Kazakhstan, and therefore the larger economy will probably have more "votes" in the conduct of the emission policy and in making a decision - that is, it is not so important as the name is - it is important that it is necessary to leave the tenge as well and from the ruble as "dollar-dependent" currencies (read the same Starikov) and a single Eurasian currency should be printed not when "dollars for this amount were bought" - but according to the laws of the market and economics - in order to correspond to the turnover within the union

        The whole trouble is that the oligarchy is profitable to peg to Western currencies, the ruble and tenge for so much, since.
        Another problem is that the economies of Russia and Kazakhstan at the present time (and no way out of this situation is yet to be expected) are import-dependent, there is no domestic market as such (they entered the WTO in order to finish off the remnants of internal markets).
        For Kazakhstan and Belarus, in addition, there is a great risk of becoming completely dependent on Russia, as the largest economy of the union, tea is not socialism with its division of labor, but feudal oligarchic capitalism with its indefatigable appetites. An example of the EU is not far - Germany sucked out everything that it could from smaller economies.
        Quote: Talgat
        but according to the laws of the market and economy

        The "market" as such has not existed in nature for a couple of centuries, but which "laws of economics" are? And are they really there, if the economy today consists mainly of absurdities?
        And so it turns out pessimistic if we discard the politically correct husk.
      2. Siberia 9444
        Siberia 9444 28 March 2015 04: 53
        0
        No offense, but I am not Kazakh and do not belong to the Tatars, Bashkirs, and the rest of the Turkic-speaking. The largest of these groups is Slavic (119,7 million people — 82,5% of the total population of Russia). - I personally am against that name - I agree in steel (single Eurasian currency)
  32. den3080
    den3080 27 March 2015 20: 51
    0
    Quote: FlyEngine
    I wonder who came up with the name of the new Eurasian currency Altyn? Is it to offend the Russians somehow?

    Now, if they called the tugrik, military men are tsiriks, and yes, the division in Tumen! And so nothing)))

    22nd Guards Heavy Bomber Aviation Red Banner Donbass Tumen smile
  33. Crown
    Crown 28 March 2015 18: 04
    0
    The main thing is to get rid of the status of a raw materials appendage, we need to change political, economic, and production guidelines. We need a powerful breakthrough, new industrialization. The Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works was built in 2 years, the Stalingrad Tractor in 4 years. With the right approach, everything can be done if there is a desire and will Government.