Europe urged to ditch fridges to fight Putin

Europe called for ditching fridges to fight Putin

Bloomberg reported that dependence on Russian supplies could also be reduced in this way.

The author of the international Bloomberg publication Javier Blas believes that Europeans in the fight against Russian President Vladimir Putin should upgrade their household appliances.

According to him, the products consume a lot of energy and can be considered “friends”; Russian leader, increasing the continent's dependence on Russian fuel supplies.

In an article for Bloomberg, Blas specifies that in Europe electricity is obtained by burning gas, and that it will be necessary in winter when it is necessary to heat the dwellings. By reducing electricity costs, you can cope with the gas deficit.

New equipment, according to the author, is more environmentally friendly, therefore the Buying will not only help manufacturers and factory workers, but also reduce fuel consumption.

The state, he believes, should help citizens in this regard, as this will reduce the scale of a serious problem. And this, in any case, will be cheaper than subsidizing electricity consumption.

Bias cited the example of Greece, which offers a 30-50% offset on the price of new air conditioners.

< p>Same Saudi Arabia has done the most. that is to say a bet on new high quality and efficient devices. All this saves money.

In the Kremlin at the “energy saving plan' Blas replied with irony. According to Kremlin Chairman Dmitry Peskov, Vladimir Putin's old household appliances are not “friends”, but friends with “Americans”.

“Because now more American liquefied gas more expensive than Russian piped gas,” he explained his response.

According to Peskov, the same “friend”; the equipment is for chiefs of equipment; European states, who preferred to buy cheap and predictable Russian gas supplies.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that Germany predicted an industry collapse due to the rejection Russian oil and gas.< /p>


The expert revealed the legal scheme of “repurchase of seniority” for retirement

An expert has revealed a legal device for

Future retirees should hurry, says the economist.

Associate professor of the department of the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry “Human Resources Management”, scientist-economist Lyudmila Ivanova-Shvets told the media how to “buy more; experience”. 8221; those who do not have enough pension and seniority points to apply for an old-age pension.

Remember that the law imposes the respect of several conditions: reaching a certain age, seniority and coefficients. But those who have worked for gray wages without paying social security contributions face difficulties applying for a social pension.

In an interview with “Prime” Shvets said the topic is also important for those who have to think about retirement on their own, namely for self-employed Russians.

According to her, until 2024 there is a transition period in Russia, so each of these years has by their experience and points in the conditions.

After 2024, Russians will need #39;at least 15 years and 30 points to retire.

By law, “purchase” you can experiment at 50% – 7.5 years. To do this, you need to write to the FIU, conclude an agreement and transfer at least 36,669.6 rubles in 2022. For independent citizens, the amount is constant – it's 34,445 rubles.

“Such an amount will add 1 year of experience and 1,076 points, explained Shvets.

according to the economist, at the last moment in “jump on the bandwagon” fail. It is necessary to take care of the pension in advance. Thus, 12 months before retirement and with a shortfall, for example, of two years, the future retiree will not have time to pay the full amount.

The problem is that the points pensions are accumulated for one year, so you will have to work another 12 months to become a pensioner.

Russians can also get the maximum number of points: for this you need to deposit 293,356.8 rubles and get 8.52 points. However, the credited experience will only be for one year, Shvets explained.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that from June 1, pensions, cost of living and the minimum wage have been increased by 10% in Russia.


FT: Putin taught the West a lesson by signing a decree on transferring ownership of Sakhalin Energy to Russian Federation ownership

FT: Putin taught the West a lesson by signing a decree transferring ownership of Sakhalin Energy to Russian Federation ownership

According to media Westerners, Putin taught the West and the UK a lesson on the Sakhalin-2 project.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on special measures in the field of combustible energy.

The measures are related to the hostile actions of a number of countries strangers.

The document, published on the official legal information portal, talks about the order to change the operator of the oil and gas project “Sakhalin-2” Sakhalin Energy, and the ownership of the company will be transferred to state ownership.

Thus, the ownership of the operator will be transferred to companies created by the government .

The use of it will be free of charge, and the state will take over the rights and obligations of the operator.

Shareholders “Sakhalin Energy” are “Gazprom” (50% + 1 share), Shell (27.5% minus 1 share), Mitsui & Co. (12.5%), Mitsubishi (10%).

According to journalists from the British edition of the Financial Times, Putin, with his decision on “Sakhalin-2” taught the West and the UK a lesson.

The document highlights that the Russian president's actions have become a warning to fuel producers trying to quickly sell their assets.

We are talking mainly about British Petroleum and the French Total Energies, which have investments in Russian gas field development projects.

“Moscow does not want that Shell remains a shadow shareholder, not generating profits&# 8221 ;, – writes the publication.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that Germany, according to media reports, wants to nationalize part of “Nord Stream-2”.< /p>

Experts commented on posts about Berlin plans.

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PepsiCo will stop shipping drinks to Russia

PepsiCo will stop shipping drinks in Russia

These include Pepsi, Mirindu and 7Ap.

PepsiCo has announced that starting July 1, shipping of its goods to Russia will be stopped. Thus, the popular Pepsi”, “Mirinda” and “7Ап”.

The company's factories in Russia stopped producing them at the end of May, but deliveries from warehouses were not interrupted. However, now, as the Mash TG channel reports, this possibility has disappeared.

According to the channel, two more brands will replace the drinks produced by the “Russian Dar” brand, a well-known manufacturer of kvass. We are talking about Duchess, Lemonade, Tarragon and Wild Taiga flavored drinks.

Two other citrus flavored drinks will be provided by Frustyle. The price of one bottle now reaches about 100 rubles.

In addition, Evervess is preparing to launch new flavors on the market. We are talking about tonic and two types of lemonade.

As for the American manufacturer leaving the market, its distributors in the Russian Federation told reporters that the withdrawal would lead to significant financial losses.

Russians will not be able to immediately get used to unfamiliar brands, they explained.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that the Swedish company IKEA, which also left the Russian market, began selling its products in online stores.

At the same time, he spoke about the early repayment of the rent of the company's stores and the sale for employees.< /p>


Smartphone maker Honor has halted deliveries to Russia

The Honor smartphone maker stopped shipping to Russia

There was no official statement from the company.

There is information on the web that the Chinese manufacturer of smartphones and other equipment Honor will not supply its gadgets and accessories to Russia. At the same time, the Chinese side has not officially announced it.

Vedomosti, citing two sources, says that Russian deliveries of new Honor equipment were discontinued in March, almost at the beginning of the Russian special operation in Ukraine and the introduction of new sanctions.

Now, according to insiders, the Chinese manufacturer is looking for partners in other countries of the post-Soviet space, including Armenia and Georgia.

It would seem that such agreements already exist with Uzbekistan. The point is that, using parallel imports, to preserve the supply of Russian customers.

The very fact that Honor is intensively expanding its distribution network indicates the Chinese side's desire to preserve the market, while reducing the risk of sanctions.

According to experts, this supplier format seems logical given the general reinsurance currently used by Chinese companies.

The reason for introducing restrictions was logistical issues, because now , it has become difficult and expensive to import goods from China to Russia.

As the publication's analysts explained, the lack of containers, the high cost of shipping routes, the congestion of railways and the partial closure of border crossings are affecting.


Earlier, Topnews wrote that some of “Samsung&#8221 ; cannot be activated in Russia. Users report it.

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Gazprom shares tumble nearly 30% due to decision not to pay dividends

Gazprom shares plummeted nearly 30% due to decision not to pay dividends

At the low point, the drop was 30.2%.

Shares of the state company “Gazprom” began to fall sharply on the Moscow Stock Exchange on June 30.

It is reported that during trading at the minimum, the fall reached 207.7 rubles, or 30.2%.

The actions of &# 8220;Gazprom&# 8221; collapsed after being informed of shareholders' decision not to pay dividends for 2021.

The company's message notes that “Gazprom” are investment programs and preparations for winter, so it was decided to be ready to pay taxes at an increased rate.

Recall that at the end of May, the media wrote that the company's board of directors considered it necessary to pay a record dividend of 52.53 rubles per share.

If the shareholders agreed, the total amount of payments would be 1.24 trillion rubles.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that 20 companies in the EU opened accounts to pay gas to Gazprombank.

In this context, several Gazprom subsidiaries in Germany have stopped receiving gas from Russia.


The Central Bank of the Russian Federation presented a new banknote of 100 rubles

The Central Bank of La Russian Federation presented a new banknote of 100 rubles

The new banknote was put into circulation on June 30.

The Russian financial regulator has unveiled a new design of the 100 ruble banknote.

The new banknote will be put into circulation on June 30, 2022.

This is stated on the website official of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.

The banknote is dedicated to Moscow and the CFR.

It has a fragment of the Spasskaya tower of the Kremlin on its obverse side. Back – the Rzhev memorial to the Soviet soldier has been placed.

The paper of the new banknote is protected by special fibers of two types.

Banknotes will gradually enter circulation. The 1997 sample banknotes will be used alongside, including those with 2001 and 2004 edits.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that media reports how the regulator would begin to control all Russian money transfers.

The new rules came into force on January 1.

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Zelensky's adviser called the shocking amount needed to restore Ukraine

Advisor Zelensky called the shocking amount needed to restore Ukraine

Comment was given by Oleg Ustenko.

According to Oleg Ustenko, economic adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the country will need a colossal sum to restore the economy and infrastructure.

Around a trillion dollars will be necessary for these purposes.

He estimated Ukraine's direct losses from the NWO at $650 billion.

If we add indirect damage to this figure, the amount will increase by $1 trillion.

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“We need those amounts&#8221 ;, – he said on television.

< p>He estimated this amount at five annual GDP of Ukraine, noting that in 2021 this figure amounted to a maximum of 200 billion dollars.

Currently, Kyiv receives about $5 billion in grants each month.

Before that, Zelensky cited the $600 billion needed to restore Ukraine's economy and infrastructure.< /p>

Earlier, TopNews wrote that the representative Zelensky announced his desire to return Crimea by military means.

It turns out that Kyiv has changed its approach of the question of the return of the peninsula.


Media: China cut Russia's supply of goods by almost 40%

Media: China has reduced the supply of goods to Russia by almost 40%

After the start of the NWO, exports to Russia from China fell sharply.

After the start of the NWO, there was a sharp decrease in China's export of goods to Russia.

At the same time, the PRC authorities did not supported Western sanctions against Moscow.

A study by scientists reports a decrease in exports to the Peterson Institute for World Economics of the Russian Federation (Washington).

At the same time, there is a record growth in hydrocarbon imports from Russia to China.

So after the start of the NWO, China became the second after the #39;EU in terms of reducing the expert in the Russian Federation.

Experts are convinced that the situation with China is linked to Beijing's reluctance to fall under the secondary sanctions of the West and drew attention to the risks of violating the expert's control.

In total, China's exports to Russia fell by 38% compared to the second half of 2021.

This corresponds to the average of countries that have not joined anti-Russian sanctions.

Earlier, TopNews reported wrote that China had banned the & #8220;Boeing” Russian.

At the same time, the media reported possible problems with Aliexpress.

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US Treasury bans gold imports from Russia

Minfin The United States imposed a ban on imports of gold from Russia

Japan, Canada and Great Britain also joined the American decision.

US authorities have banned the import of Russian gold into the country, according to the website of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.

According to a press release, the decree comes into effect on June 25 and will not affect the amount of gold that is already outside of Russia.

Japan, Canada and Britain have also joined the decision of the United States.

It should be noted that a little earlier, according to the Independent newspaper, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in Germany confirmed the intends to impose a ban on the import of Russian gold.

Note that in addition to this, the United States imposed sanctions against approximately 100 objects of the Russian Federation related to the military-industrial complex.

In addition, about 70 of the listed organizations play a key role for the military-industrial complex of the Russian Federation, including Rostec, as well as 29 individuals, the FSB (repeatedly) and 45 corporate entities.

In addition, the US State Department introduced visa restrictions, adding over 500 RF Armed Forces officers on the list.< /p>

Earlier, Topnews wrote that the FT explained why the anti-Russian sanctions were unnecessary and that it could not be isolated

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