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MIC RF in 2015 year: sanctions and the crisis is not an obstacle

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MIC RF in 2015 year: sanctions and the crisis is not an obstacle



2015 ended the year, which means it’s time to take stock of the work of the Russian military-industrial complex and compare them with the results of last year. According to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, in the framework of the state defense order this year, more military equipment was supplied to 7% than in the past, and the supplies themselves were made to 96% (95% in 2014). For a more complete picture, it is necessary to pay attention to certain categories of military equipment.

Aviation equipment - less than last year


In 2015, the Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) received an 243 airplane and a helicopter - this is slightly less than in the 2014 year, then the troops received 277 aircraft. It should be borne in mind that this figure also takes into account the equipment that has been upgraded, and not just built from scratch. If we take only new products, last year VKS received a record number of aircraft - 108 units.

More:
The release of military aircraft in Russia caught up with the Soviet Union 1980-s and overtook the United States

This year, counting some complexity; less information: for sure you can talk about supply 18 multifunctional fighters Su-30SM, 4 Sioux 30M2 (in 5 plans, the possibility of opening information is incomplete), 18 bombers Su-34 (2 over the plan), not less than 6 Su-35 (although their plan was 14, it is possible that no part of the official information was transmitted), no less than 6 light MiG-29CMT (R) / UB (R) fighters (possibly 8), 12 training - combat fighter Yak-130, 1 military transport aircraft IL-76МД-XNUM XA, 90 AN-1 − 148E (possibly 100). In total, these are 2 − 66 airplanes. That is, even in the most favorable case, the number of machines released on 78 is less (by 30% less). The reasons for this are different: the contracts for Su-27С (the new contract for 35 aircraft has not been signed yet) and the deck MiG-48K ended, the An-29 and An-148 aircraft produced without cooperation with Ukraine are problematic, for the Yak-140 there were some difficulties with fast import substitution. Nevertheless, the result is still not bad, given the economic problems and the issue of establishing the production of local components.

As for helicopter technology, there are fewer detailed data this year, however, apparently, the number of helicopters produced has not changed much. As for the modernization of the existing technology, then its pace remains high.

Strategic nuclear forces - actively replenished, as before

In the 2015, the “nuclear triad” received 35 intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) - of them allegedly 24 land-based RS-24 “Yars”, and the rest - P-30 “Bulava”, which are equipped with submarines of the 955 “Borey”. Last year, 38 ICBMs were built, of which 16 Yarsov and 22 Bulava. Thus, there are no problems or significant changes in this area - not a single country in the world is even close to such indicators. While maintaining the current pace by the 2022 year, only modern ICBMs will be in service with the Russian Federation.

Along with the construction of new ICBMs, the strategic forces also received upgraded bombers - 2 Tu-160М, 3 Tu-95MS and 5 Tu-22М3. The Navy also received two 955 "Borey" submarine missile carriers, carrying the Bulava ICBM along the 16.

Production and modernization of land equipment remained at about the same level as last year, for example, 2 brigade sets of Iskander-M missile systems were still received. In total, up to 1172 units of armored vehicles were modernized and built (Tanks, Infantry fighting vehicles, armored personnel carriers, armored vehicles), 148 missile and artillery systems and up to 2292 vehicles. The main novelty was the new generation of armored vehicles, the pre-production parties of which were shown at the Victory Parade on May 9 in Moscow. The T-14 tank and the heavy T-15 BMP created on the Armata tracked platform, the BMP and BTR on the basis of the Kurganets-25 tracked platform, the Boomerang wheeled armored personnel carrier, the Coalition-SV 152-mm self-propelled howitzer were demonstrated .

Air defense weapons also came in a planned amount.

More: New armored vehicles of the Victory Day: the basis of the Land Forces of Russia for half a century

Military shipbuilding - the most vulnerable industry

Russian Navy received 2015 year 2 diesel-electric submarine project 636.6 «Varshavyanka» (1 to 2014), 2 nuclear missile project 955 «Borey» (1 to 2014), two small missile ship Project 21 631 and other ships: a total of 8 surface and 16 support vessels.

In addition, state tests of the 11 356 “Admiral Grigorovich” patrol ship of the 2016 2016 project were completed. Two more ships of this type will be commissioned in the 3 year. But there is a big problem with them - the Ukrainian power plants were installed on the ships of this project, so the fate of the XNUMX ships under construction is somewhat vague, although they decided to resume their construction.

In general, the Navy may be affected by the economic crisis and sanctions most of all: the industry was in a very difficult condition, large surface ships were not built for many years, so the budget will probably be saved by shipbuilders. Quite a difficult problem is the dependence on the Ukrainian and German power plants, which now can not be purchased.

Sanctions and "cheap oil" could not seriously harm the Russian military-industrial complex

The main conclusion is that Western sanctions and the economic crisis in 2 have not been able to fundamentally affect the military-industrial complex of the Russian Federation - some problems have emerged in certain industries, many of which have already been resolved, while others must be resolved (for example, nothing “incredibly” difficult in the production of analogs of the Ukrainian shipboard power plants in the Russian Federation there is no, simply because these are Soviet developments, thus it is a matter of time). However, the next 2 − 3 years will be very revealing - primarily because of problems in the economy. The primary task for the military industrial complex is to execute the state armaments program up to the 2020 year. Just the results of 2016, 2017 and 2018 will demonstrate to us whether the Russian defense industry can withstand the pace it has taken. In addition, it is necessary to actively work on the state armaments program until 2025 of the year (its adoption is postponed due to the unpredictable economic situation in the country).
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  1. heal
    heal 10 January 2016 07: 05
    17
    Sanctions and "cheap oil" could not seriously harm the Russian military-industrial complex

    May be. But they, especially the cheaper oil and the collapse of the ruble associated with it, seriously damaged the welfare of the common people.
    1. venaya
      venaya 10 January 2016 07: 28
      16
      Quote: heal
      cheaper oil and the collapse of the ruble associated with this, seriously damaged the welfare of the common people

      The revived military-industrial complex is able to pull the economy of the whole country (due to high technology), and this will be the main result of the import substitution policy, unless of course the next destroyers of the entire economic and production potential of our country appear again.
      1. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 09: 39
        -4
        Quote: venaya
        Revived military-industrial complex is able to pull the economy of the whole country

        In the USSR, the gigantic military-industrial complex greatly extended the economy ??
        Stupid spell ..
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 10 January 2016 09: 59
          19
          Quote: afdjhbn67
          In the USSR, the gigantic military-industrial complex greatly extended the economy ??
          Stupid spell ..

          Do you want to say that the USSR had a backward economy? But nothing that she was the second in the world, and in some respects the first?
          "The USSR did not lag behind the United States in terms of the technological level of production, and in terms of innovative indicators, the automation of production of the USSR was almost 4 times ahead of the United States (3,89-3,96) !!!. In terms of labor productivity, the USSR was steadily ahead of the United States. Doubling of Industry in the USSR it happened every 8,5 years (the growth rate of 8,5%), and in the USA only in 17,7 years (the GDP growth rate was 4%). The doubling of GDP in the USSR took place every 9,8 years (the GDP growth rate 7,3, 20,7%), and in the USA only in 3,4 years (the GDP growth rate is 1994%). At such a rate of development, the USSR was to become the WORLD LEADER by XNUMX. "
          http://ss69100.livejournal.com/2513423.html
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 23
            -15 qualifying.
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            Do you want to say that the USSR had a backward economy?

            No and I know that .. I want to say that today we have a backward economy - pipes and valves ...
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 10 January 2016 10: 43
              12
              Quote: afdjhbn67
              No and I know that .. I want to say that today we have a backward economy - pipes and valves ...

              Well, talk about today's Russia, and there is nothing to rivet on the USSR.
              1. afdjhbn67
                afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 48
                -18 qualifying.
                Quote: СРЦ П-15
                Well, talk about today's Russia, and there is nothing to rivet on the USSR.

                Everything is known in comparison - and here is the slander repeat
                Is it not a mistake in the bias between the military-industrial complex and the needs of people that brought people to the square in the late 80's? Do not notice analogies?
                1. dmi.pris
                  dmi.pris 10 January 2016 12: 08
                  10
                  Just a completely different thing brought people to the streets, the policy of the Gorbachev leadership. There were distortions, by the way, this did not concern the military-industrial complex of machine-building and partly radio electronics. Most of the factories worked at the warehouse, there were lapses in planning. And empty shelves in stores are planned sabotage ..
                  Quote: afdjhbn67
                  Quote: СРЦ П-15
                  Well, talk about today's Russia, and there is nothing to rivet on the USSR.

                  Everything is known in comparison - and here is the slander repeat
                  Is it not a mistake in the bias between the military-industrial complex and the needs of people that brought people to the square in the late 80's? Do not notice analogies?

                  Quote: afdjhbn67
                  Quote: СРЦ П-15
                  Well, talk about today's Russia, and there is nothing to rivet on the USSR.

                  Everything is known in comparison - and here is the slander repeat
                  Is it not a mistake in the bias between the military-industrial complex and the needs of people that brought people to the square in the late 80's? Do not notice analogies?
            2. dmi.pris
              dmi.pris 10 January 2016 12: 02
              +1
              That's right .. But it could be said in the year 2000 .. The main thing is that development is now underway, and not the destruction of what remains .. Yes, I would like to quickly, the situation in the world is acute.
              Quote: afdjhbn67
              Quote: СРЦ П-15
              Do you want to say that the USSR had a backward economy?

              No and I know that .. I want to say that today we have a backward economy - pipes and valves ...
          2. Blackmokona
            Blackmokona 10 January 2016 10: 40
            +1
            There is clearly a lie here, if labor productivity is higher and the population is higher, then GDP should also be higher.
            The population of the USSR in 1985
            +272 000 000
            US Population 1985
            +237 900 000
            I know that the economy of the USSR was not bad, but here it’s clearly arrogant lies and juggling.
            1. dmi.pris
              dmi.pris 10 January 2016 12: 11
              +5
              Productivity in the USSR was lower, true. But in a number of indicators the USSR was ahead of the States, in others it was in the second or third place ..
              Quote: BlackMokona
              There is clearly a lie here, if labor productivity is higher and the population is higher, then GDP should also be higher.
              The population of the USSR in 1985
              +272 000 000
              US Population 1985
              +237 900 000
              I know that the economy of the USSR was not bad, but here it’s clearly arrogant lies and juggling.
              1. Blackmokona
                Blackmokona 10 January 2016 12: 21
                +1
                I know, just then such a lie, beats a boomerang on the reputation of the USSR.
              2. atalef
                atalef 10 January 2016 18: 58
                -1
                Quote: dmi.pris
                Performance in the USSR was lower, true. But for a number of indicators, the USSR was ahead of the States

                For the production of tractors.
                ahead of.
                Quote: dmi.pris
                in others it was in the second or third place ..

                That's right . but how else?
                The only question. what is the difference between first and second place.
                As long as I remember . In 1094, the USSR was in second place in the world. for the generation of electricity. on the first were the states.
                The lag between the USSR and the USA was exactly 2 times.
                and what is electricity-- this is primarily industry.
                So much for the level of development.
                1. andj61
                  andj61 10 January 2016 20: 19
                  0
                  Quote: atalef
                  The lag between the USSR and the USA was exactly 2 times.
                  and what is electricity-- this is primarily industry.
                  So much for the level of development.

                  hi Exactly! But now the USA is no longer a leader! Since 2011, China is a world leader
                  in terms of electricity production. The era of unconditional hundred-year US leadership in the world is over. The era of China’s unprecedented leadership has begun. laughing
                  http://kaivg.narod.ru/electrical.pdf
                2. Countermeasure
                  Countermeasure 11 January 2016 11: 42
                  +1
                  You still take into account the difference in methods of calculating GDP. In the United States, it is radically different.
                3. Countermeasure
                  Countermeasure 11 January 2016 11: 42
                  0
                  You still take into account the difference in methods of calculating GDP. In the United States, it is radically different.
          3. Starley from the south
            Starley from the south 10 January 2016 12: 30
            -2
            The USSR as a whole had a more backward economy. But the contrast in it was much stronger than in the United States: military technology was better and civilian technology worse. And now it makes no sense to talk about the backwardness of our economy. It is important to consider where it develops, in what conditions.
        2. venaya
          venaya 10 January 2016 10: 08
          +1
          Quote: afdjhbn67
          In the USSR, the gigantic military-industrial complex greatly extended the economy?

          In the USA, it is pulling the country's economy through precisely the high-tech innovations originally introduced in the military-industrial complex! About stupid things: so now, this very second you are using the former innovations of the US military-industrial complex, that is, both the computer and the Internet. Both this and that were developed at the expense of the state. investment and nothing else. Did you feel how stupid your remark is? If you were now sitting on a block of flats and discussing this issue with a glass in your hand, then your remark could have been substantiated, and otherwise it is simply not clever.
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 22
            -5
            Quote: venaya
            it is simply not clever.

            skillfully, skillfully ..))) as an appendix to today's realities - nothing more than another urakrialka
            1. dmi.pris
              dmi.pris 10 January 2016 12: 14
              +3
              So work, and today’s realities will not be .. This applies to all, from top to bottom ..
              Quote: afdjhbn67
              Quote: venaya
              it is simply not clever.

              skillfully, skillfully ..))) as an appendix to today's realities - nothing more than another urakrialka

              Quote: afdjhbn67
              Quote: venaya
              it is simply not clever.

              skillfully, skillfully ..))) as an appendix to today's realities - nothing more than another urakrialka
          2. Blackmokona
            Blackmokona 10 January 2016 11: 08
            0
            This is stupid, let's compare
            Here's an example of a typical US military budget
            The budget of the Ministry of Defense for fiscal year 2009 is $ 515,44 billion [10], including:

            for personnel - 125,247 billion dollars.
            $ 179,788 billion for daily activities
            for the purchase of weapons, military equipment and materiel - $ 104,216 billion.
            for research and development work - $ 79,616 billion.
            for the construction of military facilities - $ 21,197 billion.
            for housing - $ 3,203 billion.
            reserve funds - $ 2,173 billion

            On research and development as much as 79.616 billion dollars.
            Now let's look at the size of R&D in the civilian area.
            In 2009, the US federal budget for R&D (including anti-crisis incentives) reached $ 165 billion, including $ 41,3 billion for basic research; $ 30,7 billion - applied research; 85,3 billion dollars. - OCD. (Federal Research and Development Funding: 2010. Congressional Research Service. W., 2009, p.10.)

            If we take the private costs of different corporations, then this is 2.9% of GDP
            14.42 trillion amounted to US GDP in 2009, i.e., R&D expenses in the United States as a whole were
            418 billion dollars. Given that civilian R&D goes directly to the development of the right things, and not indirectly, as a by-product, their significance is still drastically falling.
          3. nov_tech.vrn
            nov_tech.vrn 10 January 2016 16: 02
            +3
            the Internet? But what about academician Glushkov? And the pentium, there is not even 50% of the mortgaged, by the way the author of Elbrus is now working for intel, in the Russian division of the company, and our pseudo economists from the Aganberyan band continue to keep the economy without money, Gorbachev’s chief adviser, and Gaidarchik was a simple SNS, at the time when the economy was already ruined. If it’s not difficult, try to figure out how the percentage of the world economy’s share fell to almost 0, and now it’s 2 percent, Gazprom, together with huge material resources, is cheaper than Coca-Cola, we won’t continue if you can sell the mine with all its contents for 5 million and a car wash in the suburbs for 5 and they bring the same profit, then the contribution to the GDP is considered the same sleight of hand ...
        3. Skif83
          Skif83 10 January 2016 10: 34
          +8
          Yes, the problem is not that the USSR had a giant military-industrial complex, the problem, again, as according to Bulgakov, is in the heads!
          Those who led the Soviet military-industrial complex in recent years are hackneyed, as, indeed, in all other areas.
          And who controlled - the party members, who broke away from life, and the Komsomol functionaries, who later became the "flagships" of perestroika and "new" capitalism.
          Duck this problem is ABSOLUTELY inherent in the current economy, it controls the twitter government, and at the helm of the EP-ovsky and Gaidar menagers!
          Therefore, we are slowing down again and not only in the military-industrial complex ...
        4. dmi.pris
          dmi.pris 10 January 2016 11: 58
          +2
          It’s not the giant military-industrial complex that ruined the economy, but the people who ruled the country .. I think you were at a conscious age at that time and saw that competitive products began to appear in stores — I worked at the electronic industry enterprise then and I know what I’m talking about .. Yes, not even products in everything .. Where they almost caught up with the advanced countries, where they got ahead.
          1. An64
            An64 10 January 2016 13: 04
            +1
            Quote: dmi.pris
            I then worked at an electronic industry enterprise and I know what I'm talking about

            Nostalgia is good, but can we take as an example those electronics products that were ahead of advanced countries?
            1. dmi.pris
              dmi.pris 10 January 2016 13: 23
              +2
              You want an example .. In the second half of the 80s, we created and launched production of encoder encoder encoders. All drive automation works on them now, there were developments on the frequency drive, the problem was the absence of power field-effect transistors.
              Quote: An64
              Quote: dmi.pris
              I then worked at an electronic industry enterprise and I know what I'm talking about

              Nostalgia is good, but can we take as an example those electronics products that were ahead of advanced countries?
              1. An64
                An64 10 January 2016 15: 11
                0
                Incremental encoders are great, but they can hardly be attributed to electronics in the general sense of the word (transistors, processors, etc.).
                I am not pleading with the achievements of Soviet science and industry, but at the same time we must really look at that time and not forget that we have lived all the time under the slogan "catch up and overtake". But I just couldn't "catch up" ...
                And, to be honest, we were not the first in any system and model of weapons. Over time - they were the best, but they were not the first ... Tanks, missiles, nuclear weapons, radar, air defense and missile defense, aviation, lasers, UAB and .... caught up and did better. But the initial ideas are not ours.
        5. Nick
          Nick 10 January 2016 17: 45
          +3
          Quote: afdjhbn67
          Quote: venaya
          Revived military-industrial complex is able to pull the economy of the whole country

          In the USSR, the gigantic military-industrial complex greatly extended the economy ??
          Stupid spell ..

          Of course, I pulled the economy. As soon as they stopped financing the defense industry in the 92-93 years, the production at non-ferrous metallurgy plants sank greatly. He worked in this period at a metallurgical enterprise, he experienced everything in his own skin. And what about science, the electronics industry, etc.
      2. kare
        kare 10 January 2016 11: 22
        +1
        Quote: venaya
        venaya (2) RU Today, 07: 28 ↑

        Quote: heal
        cheaper oil and the collapse of the ruble associated with this, seriously damaged the welfare of the common people

        The revived military-industrial complex is able to pull the economy of the whole country (due to high technology), and this will be the main result of the import substitution policy, unless of course the next destroyers of the entire economic and production potential of our country appear again.



        until we sort out the Medvedev government, no defense industry will help

    2. Enot-poloskun
      Enot-poloskun 10 January 2016 08: 17
      12
      I will answer: once this was to happen! Russia, like a drug addict, gets off an oil needle ... Yes, it hurts! But then it will be easier.

      The military-industrial complex is developing successfully. I believe that military assistance to Syria will be an excellent advertisement for our military-industrial complex.

      The development of the military-industrial complex contributes to the extension of the country's economy, but you need to rely not only on the military-industrial complex!

      We have huge and monstrous imbalances in our economy! Why are firms operating in the abused West with profits of 4-5%? Do our "businessmen" prefer 50-100% profit? This is what affects the welfare of the people!
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 10 January 2016 08: 41
        +4
        Quote: Enot-poloskun
        And our "businessmen" prefer 50-100% profit

        Because we have the antimonopoly committee, like Themis, the hand-made dogs of the oligarchs.
        The other day in Tolyatti they raised the fare for all minibuses by 20%, although there was no reason for the increase (gas and solarium did not go up). One hundred pounds were rolled back to the city hall.
        Globally, nothing changes in the economy.
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    3. Koronik
      Koronik 10 January 2016 08: 28
      -8
      What is the serious harm to the welfare of the common people? Is it difficult to travel to Turkey and Egypt?
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 10 January 2016 09: 41
        16
        Quote: Koronik
        Is it difficult to travel to Turkey and Egypt?

        What does Turkey and Egypt have to do with it? It has become more expensive to eat, by 20-30 percent. I just want to ask all those present - we all saw a rise in prices in stores, but did they raise W / P to someone?
        I repeat - the antitrust committee doesn’t work, traders raise prices mainly because of their desire to cut the dough. Moreover, the trend is from above, from very large wholesalers. An example - with what bulbs did they raise the price of grain for the domestic market? The price of fuel did not rise, s / n combine operators also did not increase (asked).
        Also with sugar, sugar beets are not growing in Europe, and the price has jumped. What gully?
        Are you all about Egypt ...
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 10 January 2016 10: 16
          +3
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          An example - with what bulbs did they raise the price of grain for the domestic market?

          I think that in order for the grain cartels to drive grain not abroad (because it is more expensive there), and in their own country do not create a shortage of this grain. And if there is a grain shortage in the country, then prices will jump accordingly, and not only for grain, but also for flour and bread.
          With sugar beets, I think the same thing.
          Maybe I'm wrong?
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 25
            +1
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            so that grain cartels drive grain not abroad

            And where does the domestic market? in the damned west it does not affect the price ...
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 10 January 2016 10: 40
              +3
              Quote: afdjhbn67
              And where does the domestic market? in the damned west it does not affect the price ...

              That's when our grain growers will receive the same subsidies for growing grain, as in the West, then we'll talk ...
              1. afdjhbn67
                afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 51
                -3
                Quote: СРЦ П-15
                That's when the same subsidies will be paid to our farmers

                When - do not tell?
                1. SRC P-15
                  SRC P-15 10 January 2016 10: 57
                  +2
                  Quote: afdjhbn67
                  When - do not tell?

                  When the BARAC on the mountain whistles! wassat
        2. Vadim237
          Vadim237 10 January 2016 12: 08
          0
          Someone here is not making bad money - by their own business.
          1. Greenwood
            Greenwood 10 January 2016 12: 33
            0
            Well, not everyone can go into business.
    4. saltickov.
      saltickov. 10 January 2016 08: 40
      +2
      But who thinks about ordinary people, that you say to whom we generally need.
      1. valokordin
        valokordin 10 January 2016 08: 59
        -8
        Quote: saltickov.
        But who thinks about ordinary people, that you say to whom we generally need.

        The president thinks about ordinary people!
        1. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 10 January 2016 09: 29
          +6
          Quote: valokordin
          The president thinks about ordinary people!

          belay I thought he cares about his friends. In particular about the Rothenbergs. Have you watched a movie about Seagull's children? No, I certainly understand for what purpose Navalny delves into the underwear of those in power, but still this does not give the right of impunity to "our" officials.
        2. Starik72
          Starik72 10 January 2016 15: 40
          -1
          Vladimir My opinion is that Putin thinks first of all about STRONG DEFENSE OF RUSSIA on this in the priority of the defense industry. And when Russia truly becomes MIGHTY, then he will pay close attention to the civil industry and the arrangement of the life of the common people. And if so, for which I hope Then WE agree to tolerate and not whine. Maybe I'm wrong, YOU judge. Sincerely. And now he is thinking about ordinary people in part and to the extent possible, because this time is very, very difficult now for RUSSIA.
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          2. EvgNik
            EvgNik 11 January 2016 08: 00
            +1
            Quote: Starik72
            .And when Russia truly becomes MIGHTY, then HE will pay close attention to civilian industry and the arrangement of the life of the common people

            I'm afraid that by this time we will not survive not only Putin and I, but also our grandchildren.
    5. Xergey
      Xergey 10 January 2016 09: 34
      +5
      I completely agree that this fact is always missed in the comments, and the fact that going to buy products for a family of 3 people was not 2-2,5 thousand a week but 3,5-4 thousand salaries did not grow at all, even a little reduced and utilities increased significantly, gasoline with falling oil is growing as wonderful, the cost of app. parts on the car took off the oil filter exactly two times, this is the way, but otherwise everything is fine)
      1. valokordin
        valokordin 10 January 2016 10: 02
        +8
        Quote: KSergey
        I completely agree that this fact is always missed in the comments, and the fact that going to buy products for a family of 3 people was not 2-2,5 thousand a week but 3,5-4 thousand salaries did not grow at all, even a little reduced and utilities increased significantly, gasoline with falling oil is growing as wonderful, the cost of app. parts on the car took off the oil filter exactly two times, this is the way, but otherwise everything is fine)

        What are you saying, everything is fine, here is a little bit more to shrink and everything will be fine. Obey our president.
        1. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 07
          -2
          Quote: valokordin
          What are you talking about, all is well, here's a little bit more to shrink

          We must advise the government - to change the carts in supermarkets to the smallest - two loaves of bread, a pack of butter and it’s full .. and all will come in peace and happiness ..)))
        2. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 10 January 2016 10: 09
          0
          Quote: valokordin
          Obey our president.

          Ave Maria, Ave DAMA, Ave GDP! The holy trinity of liberal capitalism. laughing Though you say that you are joking on black, and that they stick minuses! wink
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 27
            +1
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Though you say that you’re joking on black, otherwise they’ll stick cons

            But surely, I also did not understand the message at the beginning .. recourse
        3. EvgNik
          EvgNik 11 January 2016 08: 07
          0
          Quote: valokordin
          What are you saying, everything is fine, here is a little bit more to shrink and everything will be fine. Obey our president.

          Today in the news about Ukraine on TV it was said about how and how much worse life has become. About price increases for everything and everyone. The usual set. And when I listened to it half-heartedly, the thought came: if the announcer had replaced "Ukraine" with "Russia", nothing would have changed in the message. Absolutely. And to be patient - we will be patient. No getting used to. If the 90s have endured.
    6. Skif83
      Skif83 10 January 2016 09: 35
      +6
      Yes, not sanctions and oil prices hurt the people, but a worthless twitter government (or maybe a sabotage ...?) And a bunch of illiterate unpunished officials EVERYWHERE!
      1. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 09: 41
        +2
        Quote: Skif83
        and worthless twitter government (or maybe wrecking ...?)

        And an outstanding president .. combined ??
    7. Seryikit
      Seryikit 10 January 2016 09: 43
      +4
      Do you think in slavery the welfare of the people will improve?
    8. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 10 January 2016 09: 56
      -2
      Undoubtedly. But we must take into account that the state’s viability is at stake, the economy will revive at any oil prices, there will simply be different terms. The main thing is that people, especially those who lead the country, DON’T PUT UP ..
      Quote: heal
      Sanctions and "cheap oil" could not seriously harm the Russian military-industrial complex

      May be. But they, especially the cheaper oil and the collapse of the ruble associated with it, seriously damaged the welfare of the common people.
    9. GYGOLA
      GYGOLA 10 January 2016 10: 29
      +1
      I sincerely wish in this, and the following years, to the end of my days, the government, the Cabinet, and the leadership of the country to live in constant need, which, in fact, makes the vast majority of Russians today. Russia’s national treasure, gas-5.50. Belarus-2.0. Ukraine -3.0 is one of the most harmless examples. With the new years, gentlemen.
    10. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 10 January 2016 14: 11
      +1
      But it’s not time to transfer the entire economy to an intra-country or intra-Eurasian movement !!!!!
      And I do not believe that for the development of the economy it is necessary 300 million. to the people! How do I need good rules of the game! And the resources must be saved for future generations and the science should be developed in full swing, so that the scientist earns money from his discoveries, and the bureaucrats are stalled under pain of death (but if they manage it, they can guarantee a comfortable life, but not as if they were not working !!!!! ) Maybe this is very radical! But we need to hurry, so that the Anglo-Saxons, we are not banged!
    11. 72jora72
      72jora72 10 January 2016 17: 03
      0
      Sanctions and "cheap oil" could not seriously harm the Russian military-industrial complex

      May be. But they, especially the cheaper oil and the collapse of the ruble associated with it, seriously damaged the welfare of the common people.
      Tell me, dear, what is your comment on the military-industrial complex and rearmament? Has our defense industry been involved in a deterioration in your well-being or a collapse in oil prices?
    12. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder 10 January 2016 17: 28
      +5
      Maybe in the subject about why some live well in capitalism, others are poor. The article is not mine.
      The author is below.

      Judge for yourself what is wrong with socialism for an honest person?
      The idea of ​​equality of people? Prohibition of operation by some people of others? Maybe extensive social guarantees? Free housing or cheap energy prices? Maybe awful - free and accessible education and medicine for everyone? Television filtered from mothers, chernukha and porn?
      Parenting respect for elders? Prohibition of prostitution and condemnation of all sorts of human vices?
      Well, answer me clearly to this question, gentlemen, anti-advisers! What is so bad about the idea of ​​socialism? What is so wrong in it for you? Does it kill you to not have your own palace and maids, a personal yacht with a captain and crew?
      We have been living under capitalism for twenty years. Do you have your own yacht, palace and maids? If so, then you are undoubtedly a thief, and I fully understand your anti-Soviet attitude. So, like you, in the USSR there was a road to Kolyma or the last few meters along a tiled corridor.
      With thieves, everything is very clear. Now they enjoy ideal conditions in our country, not even hesitating to have mansions, cars and boats at such a price that exceeds their legal income hundreds of times. No one will come to them and ask: "Where did you get it from? What shishi?"
      But how many are there? If you take smaller thieves, like police officers from the traffic police, then no more than 5 percent of the total population will be typed. And how many anti-advisers are there? Much more! Who are they?
      I think, just a stupid rabble with horribly brainwashed. Donkeys who like to carry an army of thieves around their neck. After all, even if you recognize all the mistakes of the USSR, you can only talk about a not very high-quality embodiment of the idea of ​​socialism. But how can one deny the righteousness of the idea itself?
      Oddly enough, but there are plenty of people who help in every way to keep the collar on their neck with their own hands! What drives them? Typical for capitalism, dreams that if you try very well, you can throw off your yoke and put it on the neck of another unfortunate? Or just like being someone else's servant, lackey, lackey? I like to serve and proudly tell how your master flew abroad with his obese family on a private plane, and at that time you went about needing his golden toilet?
      All this resembles some kind of bad dream. For the most part, people did not want to be a PEOPLE; they are more pleasant to be SLAVES.
      Who are they after that? People - or senseless biomass?

      Oleg Artyushenko
      ➡ Source: http://publizist.ru/blogs/33/11294/-
    13. Nick
      Nick 10 January 2016 17: 41
      -1
      Quote: heal
      Sanctions and "cheap oil" could not seriously harm the Russian military-industrial complex

      May be. But they, especially the cheaper oil and the collapse of the ruble associated with it, seriously damaged the welfare of the common people.

      Wealth should not be built on the sale of resources.
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  2. s.melioxin
    s.melioxin 10 January 2016 07: 16
    21
    Just the results of 2016, 2017 and 2018 will demonstrate to us whether the Russian defense industry will be able to withstand the themes taken.
    There are no options. Very not calm in today's world. So I have to fulfill and add a little according to the idea. Either we are alive or dead. The pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity, the optimist sees the opportunity in any difficulty. Heavy? Yes. But who said it would be easy. Building is always hard.
    1. valokordin
      valokordin 10 January 2016 09: 01
      +3
      Quote: s.melioxin
      But who said it would be easy. Building is always hard.

      And collapse and profit and do not bear any responsibility for it, this is not 37 years old.
      1. family tree
        family tree 10 January 2016 13: 24
        +5
        Ten, not TEN submarines under construction on the stocks of SevMash! This is a record. And I’m not offended, well, at least for my native Arkhangelsk province drinks
  3. Nik_One
    Nik_One 10 January 2016 07: 24
    +5
    That's what about the power plants from Ukraine, then this is an omission. It has long been necessary to take care of this issue. Everything went to that. It was clear that militarily nothing could be had with Ukraine. Betrayed and sold everything that is possible.
  4. yuriy55
    yuriy55 10 January 2016 07: 27
    +4
    The main conclusion is that Western sanctions and the economic crisis for 2 years have failed ...


    The main conclusion was that a planned economy + market interest + state support + state share in ownership = better than the notorious OJSC, LLC, ZAO and other innovations in the economy ...
    hi
    1. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 10 January 2016 10: 02
      -1
      Quote: yuriy55
      planned economy + market interest + state support + state share in property = Rusnano

      lol
    2. Vadim237
      Vadim237 10 January 2016 12: 12
      -1
      In a market economy, it cannot be planned — two completely different things.
      1. Greenwood
        Greenwood 10 January 2016 12: 36
        +2
        Pff, the economy can be of a mixed type. The best option for Russia.
  5. svp67
    svp67 10 January 2016 07: 45
    +1
    MIC RF in 2015 year: sanctions and the crisis is not an obstacle
    Yes? And then what is it about?
    In general, the Navy may be affected by the economic crisis and sanctions most of all: the industry was in a very difficult condition, large surface ships were not built for many years, so the budget will probably be saved by shipbuilders. Quite a difficult problem is the dependence on the Ukrainian and German power plants, which now can not be purchased.
  6. sl22277
    sl22277 10 January 2016 07: 47
    -2
    Good news. And perhaps I’ll add on my own: Sanctions to some extent benefited. Only a strong Russia will make everyone respect themselves!
    1. sl22277
      sl22277 11 January 2016 08: 03
      0
      Especially for Anonymous minus, because it is much calmer and easier to be an Anonymous than to substantiate your minus and express your comments in an open form ..., ("Putin noted that in Russia now there is a decline in GDP by 3,8 percent, industrial production - by 3,3 percent, inflation rose to 12,7 percent. “This is a lot, but at the same time we maintain a positive balance of foreign trade, and for the first time in many years we have significantly increased the volume of exports of products with high added value. This is definitely a completely positive process. within the economy. We believe that we will gradually come to stabilization and economic recovery. We have adopted a whole set of programs, including the so-called import substitution, and this is precisely the investment in high-tech spheres, "added the Russian leader).
  7. Odysseus
    Odysseus 10 January 2016 07: 56
    +8
    In short, you can evaluate this
    1) Strategic Rocket Forces-not bad, but still not very clear how to change the Governor.
    2) Aviation is tolerant, although upset delays on the T-50 and AWACS aircraft.
    3) Army aviation, with the quantity everything is fine, but when will the ATGM for the Ka-52 and the radar for the Mi-28 already be?
    4) Ground Forces - unfortunately for now there is more talk about updating than the update itself.
    5) The submarine fleet is not bad, and it is especially pleasing that they began to actively repair boats nominally in the fleet.
    6) The surface fleet is traditionally bad (except for the Caliber), but traditionally few people care about it.
    PS I was very pleased with the appearance in the combat units of the Caliber and X-101 and their combat use.
  8. Same lech
    Same lech 10 January 2016 08: 01
    +2
    Chkalov’s plant in NOVOSIBIRSK was overwhelmed with work ... to the eyeballs of the future ... The SU-34 in Syria made a great advertisement for itself.
  9. cccr51
    cccr51 10 January 2016 08: 16
    -3
    The main thing is that not a single Su-34 would ever be sold to anyone.
    1. Tartary
      Tartary 10 January 2016 08: 45
      +2
      Quote: cccr51
      The main thing is that not a single Su-34 would ever be sold to anyone.

      Is it such a delicate trolling or something? Do you not know that Algeria has already bought a Su-34 from Russia by signing a contract?
  10. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 10 January 2016 08: 28
    +3
    Okay. Our military-industrial complex has worked well. It could have been worse. Well, where "sagged", as in school, "work on mistakes." And do not repeat them again.
    1. danilofff
      danilofff 10 January 2016 09: 11
      +2
      But is it so good? Mr. Kurgan: KMZ is the only large plant in the region. There is a military order, so what? Workers in sweatshirts, like in the war years, were standing at the machine tools. They paid salaries and warmth only to N.G., and only after the intervention of the governor. The owner is not local, and he sneezed at our problems. KZKT is absent, there is no reinforcement, KMZ will go bankrupt, and they have arrived. So somewhere it’s good, but somewhere it’s not at all very good.
  11. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 10 January 2016 08: 46
    -1
    The pace of deliveries is not very encouraging; it is urgent to remove the "liberals and effective managers" from the "feeding trough" of the defense industry complex, and to understand specifically why the defense order is being thwarted.
    1. An64
      An64 10 January 2016 13: 34
      +1
      Quote: polkovnik manuch
      Yes, and specifically understand: why the defense order breaks down

      Those who need it know exactly why the defense order is being disrupted.
      Firstly, those positions are not fulfilled where an electronic component base is needed, which we do not have - this is space, these are precision instruments ...
      Secondly, the article has already said - power plants for ships;
      Thirdly, all military industrial enterprises are already talking about this - the money included in the armament program in 2010 no longer covers modern expenses - there is simply not enough money.
  12. Koronik
    Koronik 10 January 2016 08: 47
    -1
    I think a miscalculation in the government’s irresponsibility, was it really difficult to foresee, when laying for the Navy new ships, the presence of engines for them (and in excess, with a large margin, and not only for new ones, but also for replacing old engines as needed). The main thing is that the money for this is transferred to the Ukrainian side, and now not money not goods. The only way out of this situation (there is no replacement yet) and the use of Ukrainian power units on the ships of the Russian Navy through supplies for imported ships being built in the Russian Federation (India, Egypt). Cheating, yes, but you need to somehow return your money. (And with Khokhlov it doesn’t work out differently)
  13. VALERIK_097
    VALERIK_097 10 January 2016 08: 57
    0
    Military shipbuilding - the most vulnerable industry
    Well, well, for some reason now it’s not customary to talk about ships that have undergone modernization and have quietly gone to the BS.))))
  14. MATROSKIN-53
    MATROSKIN-53 10 January 2016 09: 00
    -4
    Russia is impossible without a strong Army and Navy! The main thing is that the Motherland has a reliable shield, and in the domestic plan the people will tolerate. That's not the worst thing! There is bread and this is the main thing! Otherwise, foreign aspids will trample us. But here they crap all over the face!
    1. Greenwood
      Greenwood 10 January 2016 12: 39
      0
      Quote: MATROSKIN-53
      foreign aspids
      I would be more afraid not of foreign aspids, but of the Kremlin vipers, because they are much more dangerous and bite harder.
  15. valokordin
    valokordin 10 January 2016 09: 05
    -1
    Quote: MATROSKIN-53
    Russia is impossible without a strong Army and Navy! The main thing is that the Motherland has a reliable shield, and in the domestic plan the people will tolerate. That's not the worst thing! There is bread and this is the main thing! Otherwise, foreign aspids will trample us. But here they crap all over the face!

    But as Joseph Vissarionovich said, the reign of the Orthodox to him is heavenly and eternal memory: "To whom pies and crumpets, to whom bruises and bumps." So who's what?
  16. alone
    alone 10 January 2016 10: 06
    +2
    The development of a particular industry, especially if the industry is connected with the production of specific products, is a very complex technological process that requires constant modernization of production lines. Machines and equipment must be improved and updated. In order for the military-industrial complex to pull the entire economy forward, it is necessary to spend less on production and sell more expensive. This is how to say 2 + 2 = 4 in the economy. Are there many military industrial enterprises equipped with such equipment? Everyone knows that before, instead of changing production lines to more modern equipment, imported spare parts were banal. After sanctions, this is impossible. And for For 2 years, import substitution without proper equipment is simply impossible. The author does not know such subtleties, or knows, but deliberately keeps quiet.
    And the most interesting thing is that the government has enough money to fully implement the announced programs. The reserves are melting. Because of lower oil prices, the state receives much less money than planned. The state and, in particular, its economic component is not only the military industrial complex. , and medicine, and social security, and agriculture, in a word, all these sectors need money. Can you imagine the development of an industry without educated specialists? We all know that you won’t get fed up with just one word.

    You can, of course, write an article in a snobbish manner and call it “Sanctions and a crisis of no hindrance!” This does not require a lot of intelligence. But in reality, both sanctions and the crisis are a rather serious obstacle. Only the author did not have the courage to write about it. in fashion. hi
  17. Not_invented
    Not_invented 10 January 2016 10: 18
    +6
    There was a higher comparison of our and Western businessmen. Sechin and Chubais are not businessmen, but real business in the Russian Federation, one that does not always have 50 - 10 percentages without kickbacks and gifts from the state budget.
    I work in a small high-tech company. Recently, they tried to offer the military-industrial complex the development of a new station for measuring wind speed for equipment - cheaper, without foreign components. To develop at my own expense - I want to note. We received a turn from the gate and an oral recommendation not to go where they did not ask. Subsidies from the state on all issues - zero. The entire development of production is solely at the expense of the company's profits, while in Rusnano ... Well, yes, everyone heard this story.
    While billions can be stolen with impunity in Russia, neither light industry nor import substitution will raise light industry.
  18. Stirbjorn
    Stirbjorn 10 January 2016 10: 55
    +4
    Again this info about 2 Borea. Well, in 2015 they did not accept any Boreevs, what kind of nonsense in general. Nevsky in 2013, Monomakh in 2014.
    1. alone
      alone 10 January 2016 11: 56
      +1
      Quote: Stirbjorn
      Again this info about 2 Borea. Well, in 2015 they did not accept any Boreevs, what kind of nonsense in general. Nevsky in 2013, Monomakh in 2014.


      This is entirely on the conscience of the author. You must first carefully check the Old, and then write the article. And the editors had to check before publishing the article here
  19. Flat5160
    Flat5160 10 January 2016 11: 56
    +1
    It is a matter of tough confrontation. In 2016, the pace of rearmament must not be slowed down. And stop crying. Either we will not have sausage for some time, or it will not be at all. Choose.
  20. Ilya77
    Ilya77 10 January 2016 12: 40
    +6
    I work in the military-industrial complex, in the aviation industry itself. My opinion is that key enterprises should belong to the state, as in which case the private trader simply throws up his hands - they say it’s not his fault, and finally I’m my own master, go to .... For the failure of the state defense order, the prosecutor’s office usually just comes to charge, they don’t start business.
    And of course, there’s really not enough ITR, the situation is complicated, it’s not only a matter of salary, the matter is in the atmosphere and attitude of the authorities, often in its incompetence, since the best went to the 90s and zero to more bread places and pensioners remained in those days or those whom they wouldn’t take anywhere else, that’s the result.
    Well, as for training, it would still be necessary to upgrade the program of universities, we need money not for window dressing, but for real teaching aids, especially in the field of engineering, students of new machines, nothing else, see nothing.
    1. Rivares
      Rivares 10 January 2016 17: 35
      +2
      Quote: Ilya77
      since the best went to the 90s and zero to more bread places and in those days either pensioners or those who would not have taken anywhere else, that’s the result.

      How familiar is it from the state. institutions where I worked !!! I will add that in the process, grandfathers with brains and hands died, and the remaining "unclaimed" removed talented youth and left those who were more mediocre than them.
  21. vv3
    vv3 10 January 2016 13: 31
    +3
    The author’s attempt to quickly grab the hot pie first led to a pile of raw pies on the readers ’menu. Their view provoked nostalgia and the conversation went aside ... Without effective control over the distribution and utilization of funds anywhere, even in the military-industrial complex. The importance of tasks is not discussed . But an adjustment is necessary. I am closer to aviation and I want to propose a number of urgent issues for discussion.
    1. PAK YES and the resumption of production of TU-160. Very problematic and unpromising from all points of view projects, only for cutting money. And not to sell.
    2. Heavy shock drones in the distant future. We don’t have an information structure for them. First we need to create an information field with the integration of small UAVs and all available means. For Syria, this is a complete zero in this regard.
    3. Do not rush the PAK FA. Everyone forgot that the 5-generation aircraft is a flying computer with great information capabilities, and not just a new aircraft with 5 contrived properties. Moreover, we successfully implement them for 4+.
    4. To increase the production of Su-34, SU-35, SU-30. Moreover, the SU-34M can be assigned the tasks of outgoing missile carriers of the TU type.
    5. A separate program based on the Yak-! 30. Creating a light attack aircraft.
    6. Tasks for the production of tanker aircraft, AWACS and light UAVs.
    In general terms without detail.
    1. Odysseus
      Odysseus 10 January 2016 17: 57
      +1
      Quote: vv3
      1. PAK YES and the resumption of production of TU-160. Very problematic and unpromising from all points of view projects, only for cutting money. And not to sell.

      Uh, sorry, and who will be the carrier of strategic cruise missiles? Tu-95 and so we are pulling orphans for the sake of. Tu-160 is very small (and there are even fewer flying ones). Do you propose to be left without strategic aviation?
      Quote: vv3
      . Heavy shock drones in the distant future. We don’t have an information structure for them. First we need to create an information field with the integration of small UAVs and all available means. For Syria, it’s a complete zero in this regard.

      You might think that when they started work on heavy drones in China, they had it. And so, due to the lack of Soviet groundwork in this area, we have a UAV failure. You can’t drag it out here. We have to start work.
      Quote: vv3
      PAK FA isn’t in a hurry. Everyone forgot that a 5-generation aircraft is a flying computer with great information capabilities, and not just a new aircraft with 5 contrived properties. Moreover, we successfully implement them for 4+

      In our current state, we will be later than the Chinese in time. How much more "not to rush". And it is not clear in which of our 4+ aircraft we, for example, implement stealth.
      Quote: vv3
      . Increase the production of Su-34, SU-35, SU-30

      I would be glad to go to paradise, but they don’t allow sins. And taking into account export orders, the factories work to the maximum. It would be nice to increase it, of course, but this requires the construction of new factories and / or the revival of abandoned ones.
      Quote: vv3
      . Moreover, the SU-34M can be assigned the tasks of outgoing missile carriers such as TU.

      How is this? How are we going to hang the X-102? To make it a carrier of tactical nuclear weapons is a sound idea, but here is a strategist-idea is rather strange.
      Quote: vv3
      .Separate program based on the Yak-! 30. Creating a light attack aircraft

      Hypothetically possible, but it’s not clear why? Do we need a counterguerrilla attack aircraft?
      Quote: vv3
      Tasks for the production of tanker aircraft, AWACS and light UAVs.

      I definitely agree here.
  22. D. Dan
    D. Dan 10 January 2016 15: 53
    +2
    Too optimistic article. Do you remember one of the authors here about the plant where Kurganets BMP do wrote? Depressing position with staff. Low RFP. Cold in the shops ...
    Eh, not so good.
    But not everything is so bad!
    1. Rivares
      Rivares 10 January 2016 17: 27
      +1
      Quote: D. Dan
      Eh, not so good.
      But not everything is so bad!

      Tooting! And who does not feed his army will feed someone else's. I would have listened to what our grandfathers, who worked during the industrialization and the Second World War, said about those who whine about cheap oil. Probably the phrase "zazhralis" would be an example of restraint. They whine about cheap oil, and they will not strike a finger to improve their lives.
  23. CRASH
    CRASH 10 January 2016 16: 49
    0
    Rossvertol plant in Rostov, with one foot in ... nothing good at all.
  24. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 10 January 2016 17: 16
    +1
    No difficulties should affect the revival of our army. Our army is the key to the well-being of the country. And oil, with its own barrel, will wait!
  25. GraveBezKresta
    GraveBezKresta 10 January 2016 17: 33
    +6
    Maybe it's time to take off the pink glasses? Although some, in my opinion, they have grown into the brain.
    Putin at the opening of the center of Yeltsin. Listens to the excursion of the daughter of Yeltsin (Austrian citizen) ...
    1. alone
      alone 10 January 2016 18: 47
      +3
      Quote: Grave without Cross
      Maybe it's time to take off the pink glasses?


      Her))) why shoot them? You spoil such a big holiday laughing

      Quote: Grave without Cross
      Putin at the opening of the center of Yeltsin. Listens to a tour of the daughter of Yeltsin


      What should he do? Yeltsin brought him to power, and not anyone else. It is only the naive who believe in the elections.
  26. GraveBezKresta
    GraveBezKresta 10 January 2016 17: 37
    +4
    One more result of 2015, except for the opening of the Yeltsin center:
    "The media reported that China was buying up the assets of Russian raw material companies. In mid-December, the Chinese became co-owners of the largest petrochemical holding Sibur, as well as the gas production company Yamal LNG, which is developing the South Tambeyskoye gas condensate field in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Next this list may include Rosneft, the world's largest public company in terms of oil production.
    “Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has already announced that the 2016% stake in Rosneft offered for sale in 19,5 may also go to Chinese investors. The government admits the transfer of control to Chinese companies in strategic Russian fields. "
  27. looker-on
    looker-on 11 January 2016 09: 46
    +2
    Quote: Not_invented
    There was a higher comparison of our and Western businessmen. Sechin and Chubais are not businessmen, but real business in the Russian Federation, one that does not always have 50 - 10 percentages without kickbacks and gifts from the state budget.
    I work in a small high-tech company. Recently, they tried to offer the military-industrial complex the development of a new station for measuring wind speed for equipment - cheaper, without foreign components. To develop at my own expense - I want to note. We received a turn from the gate and an oral recommendation not to go where they did not ask. Subsidies from the state on all issues - zero. The entire development of production is solely at the expense of the company's profits, while in Rusnano ... Well, yes, everyone heard this story.
    While billions can be stolen with impunity in Russia, neither light industry nor import substitution will raise light industry.


    The main comment for me! Thank you and confirm, that's exactly what companies say. But the worst thing is that it goes to China or the states and sells technology! For money. Not your country.

    While the private sector will be a louse interfering underfoot during the cut, there will be trouble. The public sector is often not bad, but the basis of the economy is the ability to earn. And the state only has to ensure that the conditions are fair and comfortable. Do not spit, all IMHO.