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Ulyukayev said that VEB may allocate less than 150 billion roubles

Ulyukayev said that VEB may allocate less than 150 billion roubles

Moscow, 19.02.16 – 22:05

According to the Minister of economic development of Russia, the volume of financial support of Vnesheconombank may be reduced after verification of liabilities and assets of the Bank, reports TASS.

Улюкаев заявил, что ВЭБу могут выделить меньше 150 млрд рублей

The government can allocate financial recovery VEB smaller amount than previously stated

Alexei Ulyukayev believes that the previously announced amount of 150 billion rubles can be changed in the direction of decreasing after will be analyzed all the liabilities and assets of the Bank. The Minister of economic development explained that at this stage the forecast Bank balance is inaccurate, given that Vnesheconombank is planning something to sell and not to sell. You need to understand all assumptions, Ulyukayev said, stressing that in 2016, the Bank recapitalization will take place anyway, and its policies will undergo significant changes.

Earlier, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that the issue of state support of VEB will be finally resolved in late February – early March. The draft anti-crisis plan, the amount of support designated in the amount of 150 billion rubles, while the Bank itself was expected from the state aid in the amount of 220 billion.





Let what about the main principle of capitalism of which we are the ears proigrali? Not fit into the market..Or the weak should die?Well what I was saying Gaydar? Is it only to the us?I mean ordinary citizens..

I remember in Soviet times that if the company was going downhill then understood the reason!Changed the guide?And now?Just give us the money?So if capitalism we have…. can bankrupt and be sold to pay off debts! But one should help those who really earns money? Not bad workers?

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