Olga Kuvshinova

News 1 year ago

Russians Are Getting Used to Being Broke

Russians Are Getting Used to Being Broke

News 1 year ago

Russia is seeing not just a decline in consumption, but a fundamental change in the consumer basket – primarily among Russians with low incomes who simply cannot afford to purchase anything other ...

Business 1 year ago

Capital Inflow Boost Saves Russia's Falling Ruble

Capital Inflow Boost Saves Russia's Falling Ruble

Business 1 year ago

Capital inflow into Russia in August surpassed capital outflow by $1 billion, data from the county's Central Bank has revealed. Net outflow for the first eight months of the year totaled $9.9 ...

News 6 years ago

Study Links Money, Democracy

Study Links Money, Democracy

News 6 years ago

When per capita contribution to gross domestic product reaches $10,000, democracy becomes "eternal," according to a Renaissance Capital report.

Business 7 years ago

Bureaucracy Hinders Competitiveness

Bureaucracy Hinders Competitiveness

Business 7 years ago

Food could cost 15 percent less, communications could go down by 10 percent, and real estate could be 25 to 30 percent cheaper. The problem is bureaucracy and legalized corruption, government experts ...

Business 7 years ago

Analysts Coin New Economic Acronym

Analysts Coin New Economic Acronym

Business 7 years ago

Russia has a BRIC of its own, now that Sberbank's macroeconomic research center has united the four largest post-Soviet economies — Belarus, Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan — into the BURK group of ...

Business 7 years ago

Muscovites Live Well On Income From Rent

Muscovites Live Well On Income From Rent

Business 7 years ago

Thanks to income from their assets, Muscovites have more free time for vacations, hobbies and public protests, according to a new study, which also found that loyalty to the authorities grows as ...