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суббота, 5 августа 2017 г.

The oligarchy gets richer, the people impoverished, and the government is lying

Leonid Mikhelson second year in a row topped the list of the richest Russians according to Forbes

Leonid Mikhelson, the second time topped the list of richest businessmen of Russia according to the Russian edition of Forbes magazine. According to the rating, as co-owner of NOVATEK and SIBUR for the year increased from 14.4 billion to 18.4 billion.

Second place was taken by the owner "Severstal" Alexey Mordashov, his fortune is estimated at 17.5 billion dollars, during the year it increased by 6.6 billion last year, Mordashov was ranked sixth.
In third place - the owner of the Novolipetsk metallurgical combine Vladimir Lisin, whose fortune grew from 9.3 billion to 16.1 billion dollars. In 2016, he occupied the eighth place.
Fourth place went to the head of the Volga Group Gennady Timchenko, his fortune grew by 4.6 billion dollars to 16 billion. the Founder of USM Holdings Alisher Usmanov was in fifth place with 15.2 billion ($2.7 billion).

Stronger than others for 2016, has increased his fortune Oleg Tinkov is almost 2.5 times. He climbed to 90 positions in the ranking with a capital of $ 1.2 billion. In last year's ranking businessman was in 169th place this year, he took the 79th place.
According to the magazine, the combined wealth of 200 richest Russian businessmen for the year rose to 100 billion to 460 billion the Number of billionaires increased from 77 to 96.
On the eve of the Russian Forbes has published an annual, 14-second account of the rating of the richest businessmen in Russia, noting that the combined wealth of 200 richest businessmen has increased over the year by $ 100 billion to 460 billion the Number of billionaires increased from 77 to 96. The cutoff is increased to 500 million, with 350 million last year.
Never before have the admission ticket to the Forbes list, is not worth so much, the newspaper writes. For getting into the top ten rankings, the businessman must have a fortune of 12.4 billion dollars (last year - 8.7 billion).
Global list of world's richest people in Forbes magazine is headed by bill gates. His fortune is estimated at 86 billion dollars. Gates tops the Forbes list for the fourth consecutive year.
Second place went to Warren Buffett with a fortune of 75.6 billion, in third place was Jeff Bezos from 72.8 billion dollars, which first came in the top three.


The Russians will continue to Peter out for the fourth consecutive year
The drop in the standard of living of Russians will continue for the fourth consecutive year, despite the optimistic statements of the government of the Russian Federation, predicts the Analytical credit rating Agency (ACRA).
According to the Agency, the real incomes of the population in the following year again reduced. The decline, according to arch, will be 0.2 percent, after 5.9 percent last year and 3.2% in 2015 and 0.7% in 2014.

Thus, according to experts, the average salary in the country will increase from 36 to 39 030 699 rubles. However, two thirds of this growth will burn up in the inflation, the rest will "eat" the increase in fees and the tax burden. To pre-crisis marks the standard of living of Russians do not come back even after five years. In 2018 the real income of population will grow only 0.3%, and in the next three years is not more than 1.2%. As a result, by 2021, the rate will be 7.5% below marks 2013, analysts say.
In ACRE I believe that even the prices 55-58 per barrel significant growth of the Russian economy will not happen. GDP growth is limited to 1-1,5% per year, and these rates can go only to the beginning of 2020-ies, provided that the markets of raw materials, on which depends 80% of foreign exchange revenues of the Russian Federation, will bring a new shock.

The problem for Russia is that "free labor resources and spare capacity, now already almost there: unemployment is at historically low levels (5.5 percent), and capacity utilization in industry (68%) is close to the observed maximum."

"In the next five years — even with the increase in the proportion of people over retirement age and net migration-the inflow of the working — age population will shrink by 2-2,5%. The influx of migrants will be hampered by the relatively cheap ruble and similar negative demographic trends in the former Soviet Union", — stated in the forecast of the Agency.

As a result, Russia will grow in 3-6 slower than the world economy, accumulating a backlog from the developed countries.

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