On the whole the situation will be rather difficult throughout 2009Moscow 2009 economic forecast is downbeat Jan 30, 2009
At the current moment we understand that cash, which has been provided to the banking sector, is sufficient and the banking industry has enough liquidity to carry out both settlement operations and provide creditsOfficial says Russian banks are liquid Nov 02, 2008
Required adjustments will be made in customs and tariff regulation so that investors implementing projects and producing cars can sell their products in Russia. This means that we'll raise duties on similar cars that are produced abroadOfficial says Russian banks are liquid Nov 02, 2008
We believe that we should demand a discount even if only for political reasonsRussian wants break for early debt payment Mar 17, 2005
This is only the start of the road in relation to other taxpayers. Many oil companies used schemes that they call 'tax optimization.' Where it was illegal they will have to pay in fullPutin ready to probe other oil companies Oct 31, 2004
Igor Ivanovich Shuvalov (Russian: Игорь Иванович Шувалов; born 4 January 1967 in Bilibino, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Magadan Oblast, Russia) is a Russian lawyer and politician.
He currently is First Deputy Prime Minister in Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet. According to the order of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, he is to perform the duty of Prime Minister when Putin is out of office . So he is considered the first of the two Deputy Prime Ministers (the other being former Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov) and the most senior member of Putin's Second Cabinet besides Putin himself.
In 1984-1985 Shuvalov worked as a laboratory worker in the Institute Ekos. In 1985-1987 he served in the Soviet Army then was accepted to the Law Department of Moscow State University. After graduation in 1992 he worked as an attache at the Legal Department of the Soviet Ministry for Foreign Affairs. In 1993-1997 Shuvalov worked as a lawyer and then the President of a legal consulting firm "ALM".