Deputy Minister of economic development Evgeny Elin informed the newspaper “Vedomosti” that will be held inventory investrashodov. He said that can be reviewed research and development.
MOSCOW, 22 Jan. The Russian government is discussing the possibility of further spending cuts over the decision about 10% sequestration, according to the newspaper “Vedomosti” with reference to the three Federal officials.
Earlier, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the government will soon introduce a new anti-crisis plan to support the Russian economy. It will contain a number of measures that have proven effective in the past year, and supplemented with the new.
Practically all state structures are hidden opportunities for reducing costs: lay off staff, sell assets, cut costs, reports the publication of one of the interlocutors. Deputy Minister of economic development Evgeny Elin said to the newspaper that will be carried out inventory of investrashodov, but primarily will be to check the objects at the time of inclusion in the budget was not ready documentation. “A lot of such objects in the Crimea, where the problems with land management. Can be revised R & d”, says Elin.
On Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets said that the anti-crisis plan of the Russian Federation will be prepared and published next week. According to the publication, the details of the anti-crisis plan may include measures to support the solvency of the population and employment. However, it is noted that if such low oil prices will last long time, the 10% spending cuts do not work.
According to the newspaper “Kommersant”, in the initiatives to reduce costs yet more ambitious initiatives than the investment programs of state monopolies by 10% and the imposition of excise taxes on palm oil. Also in the list of issues for consideration includes the increase of income from privatization, further reduction of the budget into separate areas, reducing the operational costs of state-owned companies by 10% and not unprofitable investment projects.
The labour Ministry proposed to consider the possibility of increasing the load of the high-yield sector, and the Ministry of industry and trade has already been approved initiatives in support of vehicle engineering, automotive industry and light industry by 2016.