RB keeps an eye on key business news: relaxation of criminal penalties for non-payment of taxes, dollar to rise in autumn, Iranian cars on Russian roads and other developments on August 31st.

Mitigation of criminal sanctions for tax evasion, the growth of the dollar: highlights August 31


  • The State Duma will soon present a bill to mitigate criminal penalties for companies for non-payment of taxes. The authors of the document propose to transfer the crimes related to the non-payment of taxes to the category of moderate severity, as well as to close the criminal case if the debt is settled.


  • Banks rejected credit vacations for half of the clients who applied.
  • About half of Russians believe that in the coming months the cost of food will increase. Another third expect to reduce their spending on clothes, shoes, appliances and electronics.
  • In September, the foreign exchange market will become more active in Russia, and the dollar will rise to the level of 65-70 rubles. The main factor in the growth of the US currency may be the cost of oil.


  • Large retailers can inflate the price of officially imported iPads by 100,000 rubles. The price of a device is made up of several factors.
  • Drug sales in pharmacies throughout Russia in July in physical terms decreased by 17%, for the first time since the beginning of the year, the turnover of pharmaceutical retailers also decreased.


  • Iranian car brands Iran Khodro and Saipa with Tara and Shahin models may appear in Russia. In five years, they can take up to 10% of the car market.


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Source: RB

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