The crisis management plan will ensure stability in the market, a certain social stability, says the head of the Duma Committee on economic policy Anatoly Aksakov.
MOSCOW, 29 APR –. The anti-crisis plan, may allow the Russian Federation “it hurts less to fall”, as in previous crises, but not to stop work on a structural adjustment of the economy, says the head of the Duma Committee on economic policy Anatoly Aksakov (“Fair Russia”).
According to the Deputy, the problems of restructuring the Russian economy are on the agenda, and it is important not to stop.
“Priority measures (crisis management plan) – it’s good, they will ensure stability in our market, a certain social stability. We may be, we will not so painfully to fall, as it was in previous periods, for example, in 2009. But we need restructuring of the economy, and for that we need loans,” — said Aksakov at a meeting of the state Duma on Friday.
The Deputy noted that these loans in the near future to get abroad is unlikely.
“Other resources, as we have seen, especially no. On the budget they say that he may undergo the sequestration. “Fair Russia” acts categorically against the sequestration… Necessary Finance to ensure economic restructuring. Need funds Central Bank. Other means, unfortunately, no. Such areas are being developed, the Central Bank is ready in principle to act as a financial source for many projects”, — said Aksakov.
The Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev on 25 January has sent Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, the draft anti-crisis plan of the government for 2016. The document should be finalized by February 5, the final mixing of the plan is vested in the first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov.