one-on-one (1997) 07/13/1997
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The participants of the program are discussing the call of Boris Nemtsov to transplant Russian officials into domestic cars.
The issue of the competitiveness of domestic products is raised in comparison with foreign analogues of goods on the market.
The situation in domestic engineering, in the aircraft industry, in particular, in connection with the change in the economic development of the country, is being discussed.
Kadannikov points to the company's big debts.
Yakov Urinson declares the government's desire to see the WHA strong and competitive.
He stands for the preservation of jobs and the need for the development of the enterprise.
The following people take part in the discussion:
Nikolai Tarasenko - Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper "Economics and Life".
Andrey Neshchadin is the executive director of the Expert Institute of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
Oleg Vite is a consultant to the Center for Economic Reforms under the Government of the Russian Federation.
They come to a common opinion that the government is obliged to use all existing resources to lay the foundations for the competitiveness of domestic goods.
Vladimir Kadannikov points out the high tax burden, on the overpriced prices of natural monopolies as the main factors affecting the pricing of products.
The problem of the "shadow" economy is rising.
PersonnelUrinson Yakov - Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Minister of Economy of Russia.
Kadannikov Vladimir - Chairman of the Board of Directors of JSC Avtovaz.