Russians keep 75% of national income offshore
According to the report of analysts, Russian citizens hold about 62 trillion rubles ($1tn) abroad.
Citizens of Russia keep unaccounted funds on offshore accounts equivalent to 75% of the national income. This conclusion was reached by analysts of the American non-profit organization National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).
Authors of the report "From the USSR to the Oligarchs: Inequality and Property in Russia" say that Russian citizens have hidden these funds in 2015. At the same time, the gross national income of Russia in that year was estimated at 81 trillion rubles ($1.37tn). Thus, abroad, Russians hold about 62 trillion rubles ($1tn).
Analysts note that, Russian citizens hold approximately equal amounts of assets inside the country and offshore. And the boundaries between different forms of unaccounted assets are difficult to determine due to the lack of transparency in financial reporting around the world.
"It is more difficult to know who owns these riches and in what form," the report says. Analysts also mentioned that the level of inequality in Russia is much higher than in China and other former communist countries in Eastern Europe.
The empire of Telman Ismailov, once one of the most influential and rich Russian oligarchs, collapses like a house of cards. A series of criminal cases has followed the loss of his wealth – and now the entire clan Ismailov is to face the consequences. Furthermore, Turkish secret services suspect the owner of Cherkizon of complicity in the murder of thief-in-law Rovshan Lenkoransky.
According to Dzhambulat Umarov, Minister of the Chechen Republic for National Policy, Foreign Relations, Press and Information, the homosexuality issue is a priori beyond the plate for all the peoples of the Caucasus.
A court has considered a positive characteristic of the prisoner composed by the management of pre-trial detention center-1 and a guarantee from one of the companies of Cheboksary in Borisov's employment in case of his release.
The assault of henchmen sent by the main Russian thief-in-law against restaurant keeper Zhanna Kim could end up in a different way – but her friend Kenes Rakishev has interfered and helped the caterer. However, now he also needs help – and apparently, much more powerful one.