Russian economy. The Kremlin hides a corpse in a closet. It is worse than it may seem

  • The IMF sees the prospects of the Russian economy better. Since the outbreak of the war, unemployment has dropped to a record low, inflation has dropped to Poland’s level, and with this, interest rates are going down
  • Sanctions not working? Scientists from the prestigious American Yale School of Management say that the Kremlin’s publications are becoming more selective and incomplete. They selectively reject unfavorable statistics
  • Polish economists explain the nuances of some indicators. They indicate that the Russian economy is in recession, it will slowly “bleed out” and the citizens are getting poorer
  • “There was no unemployment in the People’s Republic of Poland either,” points out Paweł Borys. He emphasizes that the Russian economy works similarly in many places
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