Sanctions. Someone sees this phenomenon as extremely negative, but is it really that bad? Food sanctions, that is, a ban on the import of certain goods from abroad, caused such a phenomenon as import substitution. Products that were previously imported from the West must now be replaced by similar ones, but of domestic production.
There is often an opinion among economists that import substitution should have been started a couple of decades ago in order to provide the country with goods of its own production and create new jobs, which are always in short supply. Why didn’t they do this earlier, we will not argue. Continue reading
We all often see various advertisements for organizations that provide assistance to people with disabilities, orphans and animals. On the streets, promoters are handing out leaflets calling for help to put in order the dying nature, posters flashing in metro cars with the words “Let’s save children with rare diseases”. It so happened in our society that most people do not trust charitable foundations or simply do not believe in their honest activities. Continue reading