Bloomberg acknowledged Russia’s victory in the sanctions war

International sanctions against Russia have failed to weaken the country’s economy
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Unfriendly countries in Russia have failed to break the country’s economy through anti-Russian sanctions. The corresponding conclusion was reached by observers of the American edition Bloomberg.

“Russia has been subjected to a series of international sanctions aimed at bringing its economy to its knees. However, money is still flowing into Russia as some of its largest trading partners oppose a ban on energy exports in order to continue to fuel their own economies, ”the authors write.

As arguments, Bloomberg reviewers cite the following arguments:

  • According to experts, Russia will earn almost 321 billion dollars in energy exports this year. This is a third more than last year’s revenue.
  • Revenue will grow to a record $ 240 billion. This assessment is given by the US Institute of International Finance.
  • The sharp depreciation of the ruble combined with the high dollar price of oil will bring an additional 8.5 trillion rubles ($ 103 billion) to Russia’s budget. This was reported by the consulting company TS Lombard.
  • The projected inflow of income may be enough to meet private demand for foreign currency and allow Moscow to loosen control over capital. This assumption was made by the investment bank Goldman Sachs.

Earlier, Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Mikhail Popov said that the United States has increased energy supplies from Russia, despite its coercion of Europe to abandon Russian oil. The aggressive demands of the United States were preceded by the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to export gas to unfriendly countries for rubles.

Sanction pressure from Western countries, which began in the 2000s, has intensified in recent months due to Russia’s special operations in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the economic war is meant to abolish Russia as a state.

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Unfriendly countries in Russia have failed to break the country’s economy through anti-Russian sanctions. The corresponding conclusion was reached by observers of the American edition Bloomberg. “Russia has been subjected to a series of international sanctions aimed at bringing its economy to its knees. However, money is still flowing into Russia as some of its largest trading partners oppose a ban on energy exports in order to continue to fuel their own economies, ”the authors write. As an argument, Bloomberg observers cite the following arguments: Earlier, Deputy Secretary of the Security Council Mikhail Popov said that the United States has increased energy supplies from Russia, despite its compulsion to Europe to give up Russian oil. The aggressive demands of the United States were preceded by the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to export gas to unfriendly countries for rubles. Sanction pressure from Western countries, which began in the 2000s, has intensified in recent months due to Russia’s special operations in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the economic war is meant to abolish Russia as a state.

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