About 1.5 trillion rubles (about $50bn) went to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation over the first ten months of 2001. Taking into consideration single social tax payments, this amount reaches around 2 trillion rubles (about $66.9bn), Deputy Finance Minister for Taxes Sergey Shulgin declared at a conference of the Russian Council of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs devoted to tax reforms today. According to the official, 49.9% of this sum went to the federal budget and 51.1% - to regional budgets. He also stressed a significant increase in tax revenues this year compared to the previous year. According to Shulgin, the volume of tax revenues went up 30% and that of income tax by 49%.
What is troubling is that Western analysts do not understand why Trump came to power, and why Putin can still retains it
Acting Russian President Vladimir Putin is winning the presidential election in the country in a landslide victory