The leadership of X is experiencing personnel changes due to the pressure of Elon Musk, Japan seeks to reduce the dependence of foreign digital services and Russian unions propose to zero the personal income tax for Russians with the lowest wages. These and other events of the day are in the RB summary.

Personnel changes at X, zero personal income tax project, Japan’s digital sovereignty: the main thing June 23
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  • Japan intends to reduce dependence on foreign digital services. In 2023, $33.7 billion will be spent paying for the services of global corporations.

  • Egypt is developing resorts on the northern coast: El Alamein, Marsa Alam, etc. According to the vice president of ATOR, the country can prepare a new tourist “bestseller” for Russian tourists, which will compete with Turkey (RIA).

  • The president of the Central Bank of Iran announced the beginning of the use of the offshore rial in commercial transactions with Russia.

  • A Florida family is suing NASA for $80,000 after space debris crashed through the roof of their home.


  • The Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia has proposed eliminating personal income tax to zero for Russians who receive a salary equal to the minimum wage.


  • X’s management is undergoing personnel changes due to pressure from Elon Musk. The company director demands to reduce costs and increase profitability.

  • The Japanese company Honda will stop producing mopeds with a displacement of up to 50 cc in 2025. cm, including the most popular Super Club model in the world.

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Akhmed Sadulayev

Source: RB

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