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Friday, October 28, 2016

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I Boris Titov, Commissioner for the protection of the rights of entrepreneurs under the President of the Russian Federation. But first and foremost I’m a businessman. I had a lot of projects, but today I have the most delicious and beautiful thing in my life – wine tourism house “Abrau-Durso”.

After the fall of the oil prices began the most severe and protracted crisis we have seen. And if the Government will continue its lazy policies of stabilization, to sit in ambush, we will continue to degrade. Will sink to the level of 90-ies and per capita income, and in terms of production.

To save the economy should not the officials, not the security forces, not the politicians, not the cook, and the business people. Those who know in practice how it works – the real economy. If truly to free private initiative, we will be able, believe me, start growing at 4-5% a year or even more. For this you need to remove the administrative burden on business, reduce lending rates, the tax burden, to freeze tariffs of natural monopolies.

The country must learn to earn from the export of natural resource rents, and the value added created by their own labor.

You need to hurry, doors are closing! In five years you will be too late to complain. And no one. Today we need to stand up and come out of these elections. Create a group in the na business people and we will overcome the apathy of the authorities. Russia shake off this raw sleep and will turn to other, efficient and competitive economic development model.

Publication paid for from the electoral Fund of the Russian political party “PARTY of GROWTH”


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