Putin explained the rise in food prices :: Economy :: RBC

The President believes that somewhere prices are growing objectively, but where this happens for unexplained reasons, there is a sharp reaction. “And this, to be honest, really hurt me,” Putin said

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President Vladimir Putin explained why prices for some food products have risen sharply. The head of state said this at a large press conference, the broadcast of which leads RBC.

“Why is it happening, but because the price of <...> and began to bring domestic prices to the global level, ”he said.







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The President believes that somewhere prices are growing objectively. “It is connected with the growth, for example, of the cost of components due to the exchange rate difference. It is inevitable. We collect some products. We buy a significant part of the components, which has become more expensive, for more rubles, because the ruble has slipped a little, “Putin explained.

“But where it is not connected with objective circumstances, it cannot but cause a corresponding acute reaction. And this, to be honest, really hurt me, ”he added.

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