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RUSSIAN TV: Five Business Trends That Will Shape the World Economy in 2018
 
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Geoeconomics. This programme considers 5 major factors that will influence the global economy in 2018. On the whole, the topics are the same as last year. However, this year they might develop in an unexpected way. Join and subscribe by clicking on the 'bell' notification https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaInsiderTV Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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Counterfeit Culture Moscow: Inside the Russian Fashion Black Market
 
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For the second installment of Counterfeit Culture, Highsnobiety’s first-ever documentary series, we headed to Moscow to find what’s driving Russia’s thriving market for fake streetwear. Russia’s counterfeit industry stretches back decades, to when Communism isolated the country from Western products. Now, almost 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia’s borders are open, but a fragile economy, international sanctions and low wages has kept the country’s demand for fakes alive and well. DIRECTOR / EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Thomas Jamison PRESENTER / PRODUCER Alec Leach DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Robin Thomson ART DIRECTION Louie McPherson EDITOR Louie McPherson Robin Thomson ASSISTANT PRODUCER Kiril Astrakhantsev SECOND CAMERA Sergey Kostromin Dana Reeves ÖMANKÖ x OZIO SOUND DESIGN Joscha Baltes TRANSLATION Anni Tabagua SPECIAL THANKS TO Johan Kropp Mischa Smeljanskij Nikita Seltsov Sam Walker FOLLOW US Facebook: https://facebook.com/highsnobiety Twitter: https://twitter.com/highsnobiety Instagram: https://instagram.com/highsnobiety/ View more Highsnobiety videos here: http://hsnob.co/qh67
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Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition: Economic importance of Russia #2
 
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First week lecture of online HSE course «Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition» at Coursera. Full course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/economy-russia-transition HSE online courses catalogue: http://elearning.hse.ru/en/mooc?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera About the Course: The course brings the basic knowledge on the specific aspects of Russian economy that had significant impact on the latest development trends in Russia. The course is mainly developed for students pursuing their master’s degree in the field of international economy and for those who have professional interest in Russian economy. The course will disclose universal patterns by analyzing trends in Russian economy. We will provide you with knowledge on the basics of economy, understanding the role of market reforms in developing the key features of modern Russian economy, cause-effect relationship of the most significant trends in Russia’s economic development, instruments for analysis of Russian economy, business climate in Russia and skills required for doing business in Russia. Taught by: Vladimir Zuev, Professor, Department of Trade Policy, HSE © HSE: http://www.hse.ru/en?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera
Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition
 
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Institution: National Research University Higher School of Economics Course: Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition _______________________________________________________________ URL: https://www.coursera.org/learn/economy-russia-transition _______________________________________________________________ HSE online courses catalogue: https://elearning.hse.ru/en/mooc/ About the Course: The course brings the basic knowledge on the specific aspects of Russian economy that had significant impact on the latest development trends in Russia. The course is mainly developed for students pursuing their master’s degree in the field of international economy and for those who have professional interest in Russian economy. The course will disclose universal patterns by analyzing trends in Russian economy. We will provide you with knowledge on the basics of economy, understanding the role of market reforms in developing the key features of modern Russian economy, cause-effect relationship of the most significant trends in Russia’s economic development, instruments for analysis of Russian economy, business climate in Russia and skills required for doing business in Russia. Taught by: Vladimir Zuev, Professor, Department of Trade Policy, HSE E-mail: [email protected]
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VI RVC Investment Forum: Technological Innovation Trends in Russian Regions [ENG]
 
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Experience of successful innovation-active federal subjects (success stories of innovation-active federal subjects), real-life issues of structuring regional innovative ecosystems, critical barriers in venture industry development at the regional level, mechanisms for innovative infrastructure application and institutional environment development, possible ways of enhancing regional innovative economy. Moderator: Pavel Rudnik Speakers: Artem Shardin, Anatoly Sobolev, Denis Cherkasov, Dmitry Gorbunov, Ekaterina Shapochka, Anatoly Zaikin
Looking to 2060: A Global Vision of Long-term Growth
 
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The balance of economic power is expected to shift dramatically over the coming half century, with fast-growing emerging market economies accounting for an ever-increasing share of global output, according to new OECD research. For more information visit: www.oecd.org/economy/lookingto2060.htm
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Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition: About the Course #1
 
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First week lecture of online HSE course «Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition» at Coursera. Full course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/economy-russia-transition HSE online courses catalogue: http://elearning.hse.ru/en/mooc?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera About the Course: The course brings the basic knowledge on the specific aspects of Russian economy that had significant impact on the latest development trends in Russia. The course is mainly developed for students pursuing their master’s degree in the field of international economy and for those who have professional interest in Russian economy. The course will disclose universal patterns by analyzing trends in Russian economy. We will provide you with knowledge on the basics of economy, understanding the role of market reforms in developing the key features of modern Russian economy, cause-effect relationship of the most significant trends in Russia’s economic development, instruments for analysis of Russian economy, business climate in Russia and skills required for doing business in Russia. Taught by: Vladimir Zuev, Professor, Department of Trade Policy, HSE © HSE: http://www.hse.ru/en?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera
Understanding Russian Economy: How to make use in full of all the treasures? #5
 
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First week lecture of online HSE course «Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition» at Coursera. Full course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/economy-russia-transition HSE online courses catalogue: http://elearning.hse.ru/en/mooc?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera About the Course: The course brings the basic knowledge on the specific aspects of Russian economy that had significant impact on the latest development trends in Russia. The course is mainly developed for students pursuing their master’s degree in the field of international economy and for those who have professional interest in Russian economy. The course will disclose universal patterns by analyzing trends in Russian economy. We will provide you with knowledge on the basics of economy, understanding the role of market reforms in developing the key features of modern Russian economy, cause-effect relationship of the most significant trends in Russia’s economic development, instruments for analysis of Russian economy, business climate in Russia and skills required for doing business in Russia. Taught by: Vladimir Zuev, Professor, Department of Trade Policy, HSE © HSE: http://www.hse.ru/en?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera
Putin sees positive trends in Russia's economy, warns of lower oil prices
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Russia's economy has positive trends in sight, but warned of continued downturn of global oil prices. Putin made the remarks in his annual state of the union address to the Federal Assembly. SOUNDBITE (RUSSIAN): VLADIMIR PUTIN, Russian President "The situation is really complicated but I must repeat that it is not critical." The Russian leader said decline in global oil prices and other traditional Russian exports, together with Western sanctions imposed on Russia, has restricted the access of Russian financial institutions and companies to world financial markets. However, the president believed that positive trends are emerging. SOUNDBITE (RUSSIAN): VLADIMIR PUTIN, Russian President "Industrial production and the exchange rate of the national currency have stabilized in general. There is a visible inflation slowdown and we have noticed a substantial reduction in the capital drain compared to 2014." (Video courtesy of Ruptly)
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January 21st, 2012 - Technological trends in Russian innovative economy - Gaidar forum 2012 (Moscow)
 
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21 января 2012 года, в завершающий день Гайдаровского форума-2012 состоялось выступление Юрия Коропачинского перед участниками панельной дискуссии "Технологические тренды в российской инновационной экономике".
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Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition: How the transition was at all possible? #6
 
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First week lecture of online HSE course «Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition» at Coursera. Full course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/economy-russia-transition HSE online courses catalogue: http://elearning.hse.ru/en/mooc?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera About the Course: The course brings the basic knowledge on the specific aspects of Russian economy that had significant impact on the latest development trends in Russia. The course is mainly developed for students pursuing their master’s degree in the field of international economy and for those who have professional interest in Russian economy. The course will disclose universal patterns by analyzing trends in Russian economy. We will provide you with knowledge on the basics of economy, understanding the role of market reforms in developing the key features of modern Russian economy, cause-effect relationship of the most significant trends in Russia’s economic development, instruments for analysis of Russian economy, business climate in Russia and skills required for doing business in Russia. Taught by: Vladimir Zuev, Professor, Department of Trade Policy, HSE © HSE: http://www.hse.ru/en?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera
Russians Grow, Share Food as Economy Struggles
 
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Russia's struggling economy has sent millions into poverty as the Russian currency lost value and inflation soared. As prices have gone up, more Russians are relying on gardening at traditional country homes to grow their own food. As VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Moscow, a food-sharing initiative is also gaining ground. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/russians-grow-share-food-economy-struggles/3495244.html
Views: 11397 VOA News
Beyond Backwardness. Russian Economy in Global Historical Perspective (1750-1914)
 
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On November 17, 2015, the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia at NYU welcomed Alessandro Stanziani (École des hautes études en sciences sociales) for a discussion entitled "Beyond Backwardness. Russian Economy in Global Historical Perspective (1750-1914)." Economic backwardness, Asiatic despotism, and orientalism have strongly influenced our perceptions of modernization, democracy, and economic growth over the last three centuries. This lecture provides an iconoclastic view of Russian and Eurasian history into a global perspective. While there never was a central institutionalization of “serfdom” in Russia, there were local forms of bondage, which was vital to Russian economic growth. This conclusion implies that there is no evidence that Russian and Eastern European serfdom constituted the quasi-periphery of Europe. If this is so, then the history of global capitalism needs to be re-assessed. Contrary to commonly held views, this lecture argues that political rights and a free market are not guaranteed or a necessary condition for markets to function. The examples of nineteenth-century Russia and modern-day China testify to this fact. Revisiting the history of Russia and Eurasia, it is evident that economic growth and markets are perfectly capable of operating without democracy or equal social rights. It is time for us to reconsider the aims and goals of economic growth. Link to written event recap: http://jordanrussiacenter.org/event-recaps/alessandro-stanziani-explores-history-russian-economy-global-perspective/#.WYIokNPytOE
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Social Inequality and the Russian Economy
 
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The impact of oil, corruption, and state overreach on Russia's economy are well documented. Less well understood is how economic growth interacts with social inequality in Russia. Please join us for a discussion with Leonid Grigoryev, Professor in the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs at the Higher School for Economics in Moscow, on how social and regional inequality are constraining Russia's economic recovery. This event is made possible by the generous support of Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition: Territory full with resources #4
 
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First week lecture of online HSE course «Understanding Russian Economy. Problems of Transition» at Coursera. Full course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/economy-russia-transition HSE online courses catalogue: http://elearning.hse.ru/en/mooc?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera About the Course: The course brings the basic knowledge on the specific aspects of Russian economy that had significant impact on the latest development trends in Russia. The course is mainly developed for students pursuing their master’s degree in the field of international economy and for those who have professional interest in Russian economy. The course will disclose universal patterns by analyzing trends in Russian economy. We will provide you with knowledge on the basics of economy, understanding the role of market reforms in developing the key features of modern Russian economy, cause-effect relationship of the most significant trends in Russia’s economic development, instruments for analysis of Russian economy, business climate in Russia and skills required for doing business in Russia. Taught by: Vladimir Zuev, Professor, Department of Trade Policy, HSE © HSE: http://www.hse.ru/en?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desription&utm_campaign=coursera
Saruhan Hatipoglu from BERI talked about Russian economy
 
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CCTV America's Philip Yin spoke with Saruhan Hatipoglu, the CEO of Business Environment Risk Intelligence. He explained what President Vladimir Putin's next move should be.
Views: 204 CGTN America
Latest developments on the global and Russian refined products markets
 
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Andrew Bonnington is speaking on the refined products market trends at the Moscow Oil & Energy Forum, June 20 2017. --------------------------------------- Subscribe for more Platts video updates: http://plts.co/w7hd30cmrHv --------------------------------------- Keep up to date with all the latest Platts oil and natural gas news by Tweeting us at @PlattsOil / @PlattsGas respectively and by using the Forum hashtag #PlattsMOF --------------------------------------- You can also follow all our latest updates via: --------------------------------------- Website: http://plts.co/bTHC30cqfsW Facebook: http://plts.co/ng5Q30cqflH Twitter: http://plts.co/Thd730cQ905 LinkedIn: http://plts.co/YNL530cqfk1
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From Socialism to Capitalism: U.S. Investment in the Russian Market Economy - George Soros (1998)
 
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The conversion of the world's largest state-controlled economy into a market-oriented economy would have been extraordinarily difficult regardless of the policies chosen. The policies chosen for this difficult transition were (1) liberalization, (2) stabilization, and (3) privatization. These policies were based on the neoliberal "Washington Consensus" of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, and U.S. Treasury Department. The programs of liberalization and stabilization were designed by Yeltsin's deputy prime minister Yegor Gaidar, a 35-year-old liberal economist inclined toward radical reform, and widely known as an advocate of "shock therapy". The partial results of liberalization (lifting price controls) included worsening already apparent hyperinflation, initially due to monetary overhang and exacerbated after the central bank, an organ under parliament, which was skeptical of Yeltsin's reforms, was short of revenue and printed money to finance its debt. This resulted in the near bankruptcy of much of Russian industry. The process of liberalization would create winners and losers, depending on how particular industries, classes, age groups, ethnic groups, regions, and other sectors of Russian society were positioned. Some would benefit by the opening of competition; others would suffer. Among the winners were the new class of entrepreneurs and black marketeers that had emerged under Mikhail Gorbachev's perestroika. But liberalizing prices meant that the elderly and others on fixed incomes would suffer a severe drop in living standards, and people would see a lifetime of savings wiped out. With inflation at double-digit rates per month as a result of printing, macroeconomic stabilization was enacted to curb this trend. Stabilization, also called structural adjustment, is a harsh austerity regime (tight monetary policy and fiscal policy) for the economy in which the government seeks to control inflation. Under the stabilization program, the government let most prices float, raised interest rates to record highs, raised heavy new taxes, sharply cut back on government subsidies to industry and construction, and made massive cuts in state welfare spending. These policies caused widespread hardship as many state enterprises found themselves without orders or financing. A deep credit crunch shut down many industries and brought about a protracted depression. The rationale of the program was to squeeze the built-in inflationary pressure out of the economy so that producers would begin making sensible decisions about production, pricing and investment instead of chronically overusing resources—a problem that resulted in shortages of consumer goods in the Soviet Union in the 1980s. By letting the market rather than central planners determine prices, product mixes, output levels, and the like, the reformers intended to create an incentive structure in the economy where efficiency and risk would be rewarded and waste and carelessness were punished. Removing the causes of chronic inflation, the reform architects argued, was a precondition for all other reforms: Hyperinflation would wreck both democracy and economic progress, they argued; they also argued that only by stabilizing the state budget could the government proceed to dismantle the Soviet planned economy and create a new capitalist Russia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Russia_(1992%E2%80%93present) Image By Wecameasromans (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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Russian Economy Growing Faster. Putin Meets Business Leaders
 
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Today, in the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin gathered leaders of the largest domestic companies, banks, and public organizations. The major issue discussed was the economy, its current state and trends. Putin says that the country's GDP is growing twice as fast as official forecasts, including because of manufacturing. Alexey Petrov is reporting.
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Webinar: “The future of Russia’s innovation economy”
 
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The goal of this webinar is to acquaint the audience with the development of Russia’s innovation economy - its main trends, opportunities and challenges. The webinar also explores how the current geopolitical situation impacts the future of Russian innovation, primarily as a result of sanctions that were imposed by the West on Russia’s economy. Finally, it helps viewers to learn more about the new RD Quarterly report on the Russian innovation economy that will be published in September 2014. During the conversation, Stanislav Tkachenko, Professor at St. Petersburg State University, outlines how Russia has been creating its own national innovation system, as well as how Western-led sanctions could influence its future direction. Larisa Smirnova, an expert at RIAC, explores the potential impact of Russia-China innovation cooperation on the economic growth of the two countries. Adrian Erlinger, Program manager at American Councils for International Education, will discuss whether there is still an opportunity for innovation cooperation between Russia and the U.S. The webinar is of interest for experts and professionals who are interested in Russia, its internal development and innovation economy. Presenters: Adrian Erlinger, Program manager for innovation and capacity building programs at American Councils for International Education (U.S.) Larisa Smirnova, Analyst for Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), visiting professor at Xiamen University (China) Stanislav Tkachenko, Associate professor at the School of International Relations, St. Petersburg State University (Russia) Moderator: Ekaterina Zabrovskaya, Editor-in-Chief, Russia Direct
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Vladimir Golstein discusses Russia's economy
 
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CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Brown University Slavic studies professor Vladimir Golstein about the state of Russia's economy.
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Presentation and discussion on the Russian economy and financial sector
 
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Presentation and discussion held on April 9, 2018 at ESMT Berlin on the "Russian economy and financial sector: beyond crisis but under sanctions. What to expect?" In this public event, experts from the Moscow-based Analytical Credit Rating Agency (ACRA) speak on key economic and financial trends in Russia and their contribution to the nation’s growth and development. Presentations address the impacts of external sanctions on oil and gas production, opportunities and threats from Asian markets, internal demographic shifts, and risks in sectors such as banking, insurance, and leasing. Analytical Credit Rating Agency (ACRA) is the first rating agency accredited by the Bank of Russia under Federal Law No. 222-FZ whose ratings have been widely used for regulatory purposes since mid-July 2017. ACRA shareholders include 27 Russia’s largest companies and financial institutions each holding a 3.7% share. The Agency operates in compliance with the latest regulatory requirements, and its main purpose is to offer high-quality rating products to the Russian market. The Agency assigns credit ratings on the national credit rating scale to various issuers including financial institutions, corporates, regional and municipal authorities, and structured finance instruments. ESMT Berlin was founded by 25 leading global companies and institutions. The international business school offers a full-time MBA, an executive MBA, a master’s in management, as well as open enrollment and customized executive education programs. ESMT focuses on three main topics: leadership, innovation, and analytics. ESMT faculty publishes in top academic journals. Additionally, the business school provides an interdisciplinary platform for discourse between politics, business, and academia. The business school is based in Berlin, Germany, with Schloss Gracht as an additional location near Cologne. ESMT is a private business school with the right to grant PhDs and is accredited by the German state, AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, and FIBAA. www.esmt.org
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Major 'de dollarization' trend in Russian Economy, Russia becomes 5th biggest holder of gold
 
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Every one of us is a leader and is responsible as well as accountable for all interactions with others (Sarwar, 2013). Technology is helping leaders. https://youtu.be/8LLIUnpXz-A
Russia: 'Economy is gradually overcoming the recession' - Putin
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the key issues effecting Russia's budget during a meeting in Moscow, Wednesday. SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "The macroeconomics situation remains difficult. The Russian economy is gradually overcoming the recession; however, positive trends are still volatile. I would like to emphasise that it is imperative to create the macroeconomics conditions that stimulate growth of the national economy and maintain trends that reduce inflation. Among the urgent tasks is to reach a four percent level of inflation." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "As for public finances, the most important task is to ensure their stability and balance. So far we have been forced to keep a deficit in the federal budget. However, it [the deficit] is within the parameters that are absolutely acceptable. Nevertheless, we should make sure that the sources of its coverage are reliable. An excessive waste of reserves and an increase of the state debt are unacceptable." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "It is extremely important to pay attention to the planning of budget expenses and focus on the implementation of social obligations. We should also continue our work on improving the efficiency of budget spending in the social sphere. They [the expenses] should be more targeted and efficient, as we have repeatedly discussed." Video ID: 20160928-041 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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The Present and Future of Russia's Economy and Energy Sector
 
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The past two years have seen the Russian economy placed under immense strain. The combination of persistently low energy prices and Western sanctions tied to the conflict in Ukraine led to a substantial devaluation of the ruble and significant fiscal problems, heightening already serious concerns about the long-term viability of Russia’s economic model. However, this period also saw official pronouncements of a Russian economic rebalance towards the vibrant, rapidly-developing, and energy-hungry countries of the Asia-Pacific, foremost among them China, with which Russia signed billions of dollars worth of energy supply agreements. After two years of turmoil, what prospects does the Russian economy and its foundation, the energy sector, face? Are there reasons for optimism despite low energy prices and sanctions? What are the political implications of Russia’s economic downturn? And how does the revival of Russia as a power able – and willing – to project force beyond its borders, first in Ukraine and recently in Syria, affect the country’s economic future? opening remarks by Olga Oliker Director and Senior Adviser, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS featuring Sergey Aleksashenko Former Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Russia Nonresident Senior Fellow, the Brookings Institution Vladimir Milov Former Deputy Energy Minister of the Russian Federation President, Institute of Energy Policy in Moscow Chairman, Democratic Choice political party in Russia Ilya Ponomarev Member of the Russian State Duma Ilya Zaslavskiy Nonresident Academy Associate, Chatham House moderated by Jeffrey Mankoff Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS Programs RUSSIA AND EURASIA PROGRAM Topics ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND RECONSTRUCTION, ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE, MARKETS AND TRENDS, TRADE AND ECONOMICS, REGIONAL ANALYSIS, GOVERNANCE Regions RUSSIA, RUSSIA AND EURASIA
Lawless Economy? Putin's Russia and the Imperfect Market - Bill Browder
 
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World Disorder Lecture Series: Lawless Economy? Bill Browder December 2, 2016 In this public lecture, Bill Browder, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Hermitage Capital Management, will give a firsthand critical analysis of the Russian economy–—particularly the absence of the rule of law–—laden with insights derived from his personal experience. This lecture is made possible by a grant from the Cabot Corporation at the behest of former Cabot Board of Director and IAS Trustee Emeritus Ronaldo Schmitz. The talk is part of the World Disorder Lecture Series, organized by Jonathan Haslam, George F. Kennan Professor in the School of Historical Studies, and is free and open to the public. More videos on http://video.ias.edu
Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth | Hot News
 
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Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth SUBSCRIBE my channel here: https://goo.gl/F8gn4Z URL video: G+ here: https://goo.gl/UzMJVe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Russia0456 11.09.2017updated 1226 11.09.2017 Get short URLDmitry Medvedev said that a number of positive trends are emerging as Russias economy is growing. MOSCOW Sputnik — Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that as Russias economy is growing, a number of positive trends are emerging, which will be reflected in the federal budget. A number of positive trends have emerged in the economy at the moment — our economy is growing, which will be reflected in the federal, regional and municipal budget plans, the prime minister said on Sunday. Medvedev noted that the government had been currently working on finalizing budget plans for 2018 fiscal year. At the moment we have entered an active phase of preparing state budget, federal budget. This is related directly to all budget plans of Russias federal budget, he said. On Wednesday, the Research and Forecasting Department of the Central Bank of Russia has improved the forecast for GDP growth in 2017 to 2 percent from 1.51.6 percent. The Russian economy suffered a setback in 2014, as the ruble lost about half of its value against the US dollar amid low global oil prices and Western economic sanctions imposed against Russia over the situation in eastern Ukraine. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Putin: Russia's Economy 'Can Be Fifth Largest In The World'
 
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Russia's President Vladimir Putin is hosting his annual press conference, meeting Russian and foreign media https://videosenglish.telesurtv.net/video/756241/putin-russias-economy-can-be-fifth-largest-in-the-world/
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Meet Pattaya’s Russian residents
 
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Pattaya, a city 150km (93 miles) south of the Thai capital Bangkok, is a very popular tourist destination. Despite a shady reputation for its nightlife, the city is “home sweet home” to an estimated 50,000 Russians, who are more or less permanent residents attracted by Pattaya’s sun, cheap lifestyle and relaxed visa policy. In the past ten years, people in the Russian community – which is far from homogeneous – have created their own offshore economy, catering to their expat and tourist compatriots alike. The South China Morning Post got a chance to meet some of Pattaya’s Russian residents.
Russia vs China Military Power Comparison |China vs Russia Economy|Russian Army vs Chinese Army
 
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Ruslan Grinberg: Trends and Paradoxes of the Modern Economy
 
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"Trends and Paradoxes of the Modern Economy" Ruslan Grinberg (Russia) – Director, Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Economy Shows Signs of Stabilization: Putin
 
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The Russian economy has began to show signs of stabilization, President Vladimir Putin declared at his annual press conference in Moscow on Thursday. Putin said that the government would adjust its financial budget for 2016 accordingly, with oil prices decreasing from an estimated 50 dollars per barrel to 38 dollars per barrel. But the president said that the country's economy has stabilized this year. "After the basic energy of our country declines, of course, all economic indicators will change. The actual income of Russia decreased, and the investment amount also decreased 5.7 percent in the last 10 months. According to the statistical data, the Russian economy has passed the peak of the economic crisis. It also showed signs of stabilization of business events since the middle of 2015," Putin said. Putin expressed that the GDP and idustrial production have grown to some extent. The phenomenon of capital flight has reduced as investors showed interest to invest in Russia with an understanding of the economic reality in the country. The government has planned a stable economic growth for the upcoming years, achieving 0.7 percent in 2016, 1.9 percent in 2017, and 2.4 percent in 2018. When asked about whether the Russian central bank would decrease interest rates, Putin supported the behavior of the central bank to guarantee the stabilization of the macro-economy. "To reduce the interest rate, we need to help restrain the inflation, and carefully consider the risks and estimations rather than just berating the Russian central bank. When we do so and move toward this direction, the economy will be stable and the basic interest rate will decline," said Putin. With nearly one third of the plans designed to help the economy going uncompleted this year, Putin admitted the implementation could be improved, but deemed the work of the government to be positive overall. "The government’s work was satisfactory as a whole. Of course, it can be better. But wholly and strategically, the government has taken necessary actions and completed them effectively," said Putin. At last year’s annual press conference, Putin said that it would take Russia two years to emerge from the crisis, but the president has now claimed that the country's economy has passed through the most difficult phase, but it still needs time to recover due to the sharp decline of international oil prices. More on: http://news.cctvplus.tv/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=332238 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
The post-Putin Russia: signs of transformation | GIS: Global Trends Video Reports
 
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For more reports and analysis subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeGIS For 17 years, the Russian political regime has been continually changing. And each time the best barometer has been how the role and image of Vladimir Putin himself has shifted. Signs of another transformation are gradually accumulating. Surprisingly, the man at the center is becoming less important. Go to: https://www.gisreportsonline.com/ where you can find more customised intelligence briefings, reports and presentations. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GIS_Reports We provide exclusive, strategic advice, insights and contacts, giving businesses and institutions the knowledge, skills and networks they need to succeed around the globe. G.I.S. was founded in 2011 by H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein to provide business leaders, senior managers and policymakers with unbiased, scenario-based geopolitical forecasts to inform their strategic decision-making. You can also watch: Is China the future of high-performance computing? https://youtu.be/6U6_0Dzv87E _ Music: Technology Logo - ArtHaiz Political Analysis - GoSound Video: www.kremlin.ru www.youtube.com/Алексей Навальный
Russia: Arctic 'extremely important' region to Russian security economy - Putin
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said the Arctic was extremely important in terms of Russian security, speaking at his annual 'Direct Line' Q&A in Moscow on Thursday, in part because the flight time of US missiles from their submarines to Moscow is "just 15 minutes." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): “The Arctic is an extremely important region from the perspective of military and defence capability. I don't want to escalate the situation but our specialists are aware that US submarines are stationed in northern Norway and it will take just 15 minutes for their missiles to hit Moscow. So, we need to understand what's going on there, we need to provide protection and security in that area, border control. Also, the US land-based missile routes pass through this territory over the North Pole. That is why we need to know." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): “The Arctic is the most important region that will provide Russia's development in the future. Lomonosov once said that Siberia would contribute to Russia's future. Right now we can say for sure that it will be the Artic which will make that contribution. I have recently mentioned during the meeting in the Arctic that by 2050 around 30 percent of hydrocarbons will be produced in the Arctic. There are several big projects that are already underway. Russian company Novatek has been building a whole plant and a whole town there with an airfield and harbour. We have already started hydrocarbon extraction. This region is extremely important in economic terms. If the global warming trends continue, even despite such a cold weather in Moscow today, than the navigation period in the Arctic region will increase. The Northern Sea Route will be used longer, not just one month, or one and a half, rather 4 to 5 months a year." Video ID: 20170615 014 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Russian economy: safe haven or oil bubble?
 
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As the US economy has already fallen into a recession, according to the majority of economists, and the European one doesn't feel well, the so-called BRIC countries -- Brazil, Russia, India and China -- are attracting more and more foreign investors. Is Russia a truly safe haven in the troubled waters of the world economy? How will the current crisis affect Russian economic development? To answer these questions, our guest today is Aleksey Novikov.
Views: 9951 RT
Russo-Sino Alliance Has West Spooked! Fighting Russian Military and Chinese Economy a Bad Idea!
 
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 The American economy will ultimately suffer from the restrictions that Washington introduces against various countries, including Russia and China. This was stated by Dmitry Medvedev. He stated this today at an online conference held in Shanghai, where he flew to visit the first China International Import Expo. Over 130 countries participate in the exhibition.
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Data Economy speaks to IXcellerate CEO on the Russian data centre market and the 2018 FIFA World Cup
 
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The Russian data centre market is one many have feared to invest in but one man has not feared to do so, and that man is Guy Willner, CEO of Russian data centre company IXcellerate. Data Economy's João Marques Lima talks to Willner on the evolving data centre market in Russia which the executive labels as the last "El Dorade in Europe for data centre players". He also talks hyperscaler business in Russia, how GDPR will impact Russia, building the bridge between China and Europe, the chase for the technology Russian hotspots and Russia becoming the integration point between the East and the West.
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Low oil price, Russian economy, silver demand and price in 2015
 
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In this silver video I will relate oil trend and the ongoing currency crisis to the silver demand and silver long term value. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWnXeFEL1pM Fractures in Economy, Dollar Collapse, & Gold Standard | Jim Willie's 2015 Forecasts (Part 1) FinanceAndLiberty.com
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Iran lists conditions to save nuclear deal & Recovery of Russian economy
 
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-- Iran lists a set of conditions to keep the 2015 nuclear agreement, despite US withdrawal. That's something EU diplomats are trying to work out in a series of talks, but how fruitful are the efforts to save the deal? -- AND... Russia manages to come out of a recession in 2017 -- despite stiff western sanctions. In St. Petersburg, I pick the brains of two Russian investment and equity managers about how the country managed the growth, and what's in store for investors in Russia. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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The Gaidar Forum 2019. RUSSIAN ECONOMY IN THE MEDIUM TERM: MODELS AND RISKS
 
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Expert Discussion Issues for Discussion: The goal of socio-economic development of the Russian Federation in the medium term (up to 2024) The main characteristics of the economic development model for the Russian Federation Baseline scenarios of economic development for the Russian Federation, their key characteristics Key risks of implementing baseline scenarios Moderator: Sergey Drobyshevsky, Scientific Director, Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy Keynote report: Alexey Vedev, Head, Laboratory for Structural Research, RANEPA Participants: Natalia Akindinova, Director of the Development Center of National Research University Higher School of Economics Gabriel di Bella, IMF Resident Representative in the Russian Federation Dmitry Belousov, Deputy Director General, Center for Macroeconomic Analysis and Short-Term Forecasting Alexey Devyatov, Chief Economist, Uralsib Capital Andrei Klepach, Vnesheconombank Deputy Chairman (Chief Economist) Natalia Orlova, Chief Economist, Head of MacroInsights, Alfa-Bank JSC Oleg Vyugin, Chairman, Moscow Exchange Supervisory Board
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Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth | Hot News
 
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Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth | Hot News Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth | Hot News Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth | Hot News Prime minister explains consequences of russia's economy growth SUBSCRIBE my channel here: https://goo.gl/F8gn4Z URL video: G+ here: https://goo.gl/UzMJVe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Russia0456 11.09.2017updated 1226 11.09.2017 Get short URLDmitry Medvedev said that a number of positive trends are emerging as Russias economy is growing. MOSCOW Sputnik — Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that as Russias economy is growing, a number of positive trends are emerging, which will be reflected in the federal budget. A number of positive trends have emerged in the economy at the moment — our economy is growing, which will be reflected in the federal, regional and municipal budget plans, the prime minister said on Sunday. Medvedev noted that the government had been currently working on finalizing budget plans for 2018 fiscal year. At the moment we have entered an active phase of preparing state budget, federal budget. This is related directly to all budget plans of Russias federal budget, he said. On Wednesday, the Research and Forecasting Department of the Central Bank of Russia has improved the forecast for GDP growth in 2017 to 2 percent from 1.51.6 percent. The Russian economy suffered a setback in 2014, as the ruble lost about half of its value against the US dollar amid low global oil prices and Western economic sanctions imposed against Russia over the situation in eastern Ukraine. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/FZoPpA Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #explainsconsequences, #primeministerexplains
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Major 'de dollarization' trend is seen in Russian Economy to strengthen Ruble
 
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Major 'de dollarization' trend is seen in Russian Economy to strengthen Ruble
Sergei Guriev: Whither Russian economy?
 
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Sergei Guriev is a professor at Sciences Po in Paris and has recently been announced as EBRD’s new Chief Economist. He left Russia 2013 after being accused of criticising the regime.
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Russian economy stable
 
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The Gaidar Forum 2018. Institutions in the Russian model of economic policy making
 
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The panel discussion is by experts in the field of political economy from Russia, the US and Great Britain. Business analysts and economic experts assess modernization and the ongoing question of economic reforms. They look at the level of risk in Russia's political and economic institutions in an era of renationalization. They discuss the «technocratic model of policy-making»: can it meet the requirements for investment-led growth? Although the state has successfully managed major challenges in repeated crisis in the past, to what extent will the role of influential interest groups and continued dependence of the Russian economy on resource revenues and international capital flows position Russia for faster growth in the future? Issues for Discussion  Do attractive risk-adjusted returns to investment require further progress in the judiciary and law courts, especially the criminal justice system?  Will the Russian government successfully manage future currency crises while simultaneously maintaining and deepening the state’s underlying structural vulnerabilities?  In a rapidly-developing world economy, what has to change for Russia to move up the technological value-chain and successfully complete with technological giants such as China? Moderator: Carol S. Leonard, Professor, Director, Centre for Russian Studies, RANEPA; Emeritus Fellow, St Antony's College, University of Oxford Speakers: Ben Aris, Founder, Editor-in-Chief, Business New Europe Maxim Bouev, Professor, European University at St Petersburg; Vice-Rector, Strategic Development, New Economic School Vladimir Gelman, Professor, European University at St Petersburg Christopher Granville, Managing Director, Director, EMEA and Global Political Research, Trusted Sources Juliet Johnson, Professor, Department of Political Science, McGill University; Visiting Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow Peter Rutland, Professor of Government, Director, Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, Wesleyan University Alexey Zakharov, Assistant Professor, HSE University http://www.ranepa.ru/eng/sobytiya/novosti/live-broadcast-of-the-3rd-day-of-the-gaidar-forum-2018-january-18
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Chapter 1.3 The Russian economy before the imperialist war
 
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Innovations in Russia. Activity blast or a trend? Vijay Parikh at TEDxKapranovaSt
 
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Vijay Parikh is a partner for Global Catalyst Partners. According to expert estimates in customary economy, technologies and social technologies Russia lags behind by 20 years. Vijay tells us what role innovations play in Russia and what place is given to them in Russia. About TEDx In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 747 TEDx Talks
China's economy to maintain trend of steady development
 
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China's economy posts stable and sound growth and will continue to maintain its trend of steady development, said Chinese President Xi Jinping at the opening ceremony of the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai on Monday. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Website: https://www.cgtn.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
Views: 806 CGTN