The speaker: the anti-crisis plan, the MAYOR envisages the expenditure of $ 750 billion rubles.

The speaker: the anti-crisis plan, the MAYOR envisages the expenditure of $ 750 billion rubles.


ST. PETERSBURG, January 28. The anti-crisis plan, prepared by the Ministry of economic development, envisages the expenditure of $ 750 billion rubles, while AZABUJYUBAN part is about 210 billion rubles. funds from the bailout Fund. This was stated to journalists by the Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev.

“There’s a part of one saugetierkunde. This 310 billion rubles of credits to subjects of the Federation, it is already in the budget line. Given this component – it (funds for the implementation of anti-crisis plan) of about 750 billion rubles If we remove that subjugation, there remains a total of approximately 210 billion rubles. Here are the source of the funds of the anti – Crisis Fund,” Ulyukayev said.

Support for regions and industries

As noted previously, the newspaper “Kommersant”, the draft anti-crisis plan of the government for 2016, compiled by the Ministry of economic development, aimed at supporting primarily not banks, regions and industry. On recapitalization of banks planned to issue a maximum of 25 billion rubles from the remains of budget allocations at the end of 2014.

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Project plan-2016, unlike 2015, almost does not involve action to reduce the tax burden, the MAYOR is limited to the idea of freezing rates of water charges, zero VAT in the transportation of a number of tax measures supporting small business.

The MAYOR did not include in the draft plan proposals of the Ministry of energy on tax reform in the oil industry. Instead, oil companies will be given the opportunity to buy tax breaks for fields that should immediately increase the budget revenues.

The principal outstanding issue plan for 2016 – social: the project provides a discussion on retirement age in 2016. Suggestions the Ministry of labour about the introduction of a progressive income tax on high salaries and on the limitation of salaries of top management of state-owned companies, the MAYOR did not support.