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Half of Russia's employable population is engaged in the shadow sector of the economy, according to Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets.
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Worry more about the Bolshevik bankers, Golodets, not good Russians trying to survive.
Golodets should worry about why Russians need shadow work, but al she wants is to tax them.
Since 1994 people no longer stand in line for bread in Russia and can purchase most goods they need
Worth mentioning that GFI report was financed by the Ford Foundation known for its CIA connections.
Glad to see RT giving a fair and balanced report on the Russian labor market. Olga Golodets is one of my favorite ministers in Russia.
Income tax is and infringement on Liberty in any part of the world. Its a tool for suppression.
That means less taxes. Only a VAT can be effective that way because everybody is a consumer.
Olga Golodets is one of the few Russian ministers with a clear understanding of Russia.
Automation is displacing people. The handwriting is on the wall. Crime is on the rise.
And the biggest crooks are those in power. The average AMERICAN has a hard time making ends meet.
3rd world Russia
3rd world usa
China rules the world
Proof that war, even cold, bankrupts nations
And the biggest crooks are those in power. The average Russian has a hard time making ends meet.
Russia; mafia run, mafia work, mafia economy.
Nice going ex-soviets!
EU helped russia by stopping money going to cyprus
EU = enough unemployment
Strong Democracies begin with motivated people, positiveness will flow through the government...
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