The NLMK chief scoffed at those responsible.
One of the richest people in Russia, entrepreneur and main owner of the Novolipetsk metallurgical plant, Vladimir Lisin, told an anecdote about the statements of Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov regarding the claims against the metallurgists , “who squeezed” the state for 100 billion rubles.
As entrepreneur RBC quotes, the popular joke speech is about a parade on Red Square.
At one point, the advertiser said that now & # 8220; on the cobblestones come out & # 8230; & # 8221; and people in gray bureaucratic suits appeared in the square in complete silence.
The president asked who it was, to which he received an unexpected response from the escort.
“This is a weapon of terrible destructive power, we got it from the Soviet Union. These are former employees of the National Planning Commission, “& # 8211; Lisin sarcastically.
Commenting on Belousov's remarks, he advised not to fix the country's economy, it is already working as usual.
Speaking of & # 8220; native & # 8221; metallurgical industry, the head of NLMK noted that the amount of taxes paid on income of the Russian Federation amounted to exactly the same 100 billion rubles.
Earlier, as Topnews wrote, Belousov accused the metallurgists of 'pushing' the state for 100 billion, having appropriated the profits obtained from it. successful market alignment during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Kremlin responded to his statement, urging not to seek blame, describing what is happening as “economic life”.
So, according to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, the state plans to get additional revenue from the industry.
Note that, according to media reports, as a result of the scandal billionaires Potanin and Mordashov lost $ 1.2 billion in one day.