Pessimism of the Russian business has reached the maximum for five years


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Amid the economic crisis, the pessimism of Russian business has reached the maximum of five years, i.e. 2015. It is reported owned by Grigory Berezkin edition by RBC with reference to a study by Deloitte.

The survey showed that almost 40 per cent of Finance Directors expect a loss of revenue. Most of all fears is the weakening of the ruble, the decline in core revenues and falling demand. The leaders in negative moods were medical companies and pharmaceutical manufacturers, retailers and the construction sector and real estate.

The crisis in the Russian economy provoked by two factors: the collapse of oil prices and the pandemic coronavirus. To support the economy and incomes was allocated 1.8 trillion rubles. The total amount of aid under the two anti-crisis packages is 2.1 trillion. According to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, the measures taken are unprecedented.

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