Figure of the day: over the last 7 years the labor in Russia was depreciated 1, 5 times
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Figure of the day: over the last 7 years the labor in Russia was depreciated 1, 5 times

8 September , 09:57
If in 2013, on average, a Russian citizen received $ 937, then this year - 626.

Economist Dmitry Milin made very curious calculations in his blog:

“In 2013, the average salary in Russia was 29.9 thousand rubles, and the average annual rate of the Central Bank in 2013 was 31.9063. Thus, the authorities and oligarchs had to pay $ 937 for the work of the average Russian.

The average salary in Russia in 2020 was 46,965 rubles. With the ruble exchange rate already at 75. Thus, the Russian authorities and oligarchs cost $ 626 to work. Those. 1.5 times cheaper than in 2013.

The authorities and oligarchs who live by exporting natural resources from the country simply "cut the cost" to pay the Russians, having received a profit that was not invested in the creation of non-resource industries, but simply taken out of the country abroad or spent on themselves.

This is the whole point of the Russian government - robbery of the population under a lie about foreign policy successes that have not happened and weapons that have not been produced under State Armament Plan-2020..."

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