I think there is nothing more psychological than the economy. Russian society demonstrates tremendous flexibility in this regard, which is precisely the reason it is alive today and is developing far faster than it appears.
Business in Russia is developing tenaciously and energetically; people want to live and create their own space and cosmos, naturally without separating it from the global one, and, actually, seeking their position in this global new world because, without globality, nothing will work out. And people in Russia understand this very well.
The truth is, in a world divided not between countries but within countries, between those who are the winners from globalization and those who feel they are relative losers, we are entering into a period with much more nationalist policies, and that inevitably has a consequence for institutions like this.
The interests of the Russian Federation are primarily in an open trade policy and that will make our economy stronger and more stable.
As China is becoming so big, China’s industry is becoming dominant; China also needs to understand that there is a strong need to open up the domestic market.
Globalization and fragmentation are happening simultaneously, changing the structure of the global financial system. It is due to the fact that globalization is driven by two processes: the first is, naturally, policies, be they trade policies or regulatory policies, and the second is technologies.
The wealth of the Russian nation, of the Russian state lies in expanding on to new markets.
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