Bloomberg has found an unexpected source of money for Russia. “Currency inflows will continue”

In 2022, Russia may earn $ 321 billion from energy sales
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Despite the imposition of strong sanctions by the West, Russia can earn $ 321 billion in energy exports this year, a third more than in 2021. This was reported by the American publication Bloomberg.

“Russia’s economy could come out with a brilliant balance if some of its largest trading partners do not close the tap on its energy exports. Bloomberg Economics expects Russia to earn nearly $ 321 billion from energy exports this year, more than a third more than in 2021. A record current account surplus, which, according to the Institute of International Finance, could reach $ 240 billion. Given the current sanctions, a significant inflow of hard currency into Russia seems to continue, ”Bloomberg writes.

Western countries have previously imposed sanctions against the Russian energy market due to the beginning of a forced special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the purpose of the sanctions is to abolish Russia, ban its culture, and taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events. In particular, the United States and Britain have refused to import Russian oil. Vladimir Putin said that in response, Russia would start selling oil and gas to “unfriendly” countries for rubles.

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Despite the imposition of strong sanctions by the West, Russia can earn $ 321 billion in energy exports this year, a third more than in 2021. This was reported by the American publication Bloomberg. “Russia’s economy could come out with a brilliant balance if some of its largest trading partners do not close the tap on its energy exports. Bloomberg Economics expects Russia to earn nearly $ 321 billion from energy exports this year, more than a third more than in 2021. A record current account surplus, which, according to the Institute of International Finance, could reach $ 240 billion. Given the current sanctions, a significant inflow of hard currency into Russia seems to continue, ”Bloomberg writes. Western countries have previously imposed sanctions against the Russian energy market due to the beginning of a forced special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the purpose of the sanctions is to abolish Russia, ban its culture, and taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events. In particular, the United States and Britain have refused to import Russian oil. Vladimir Putin said that in response, Russia would start selling oil and gas to “unfriendly” countries for rubles.

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