The Russian automaker KamAZ's 2002 net losses amounted to RUR910.86m (about $29.49m) against RUR28.647m ($927,387) in net losses in 2001, the company reported. This estimate was made in accordance with international accounting standards (IAS). Also, the company's net revenue came to nearly RUR24.412bn ($790.29m) in 2002 against RUR25.716bn ($832.5m) in 2001.
Meanwhile, the company's 2002 gross profit went up to some RUR4.467bn ($144.6m), gaining 27.8 percent against the year 2001. The operating profit slipped by 13.8 percent and totaled nearly RUR1.581bn ($51.18m).
Putin's official spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on remarks in the US media about failures in launching nuclear-capable missiles in Russia
More than 5.8 million people voted for Nicholas Maduro at the presidential election in Venezuela. This is more than a quarter of registered voters. Why did those people vote for the man, who, as Western media write, took Venezuela to the brink of collapse?
It has long been understood that the West has been trying to subject Russian borders to total control. We have not seen such activity even during the Cold War