NEVA NEWS | Nadezhda KapranovaThe life of ordinary citizens of Russia has not changed much against the backdrop of Western countries’ sanctions, a British journalist has found out.
A media employee noted that there is no mass unemployment in the Russian Federation, and the assortment in stores has remained the same. Products of brands that have left the Russian market have found a domestic replacement. The Russians themselves said they felt no serious change even a year after the sanctions were imposed, writes Independent.
One of the British journalist’s interlocutors said he also went shopping. The Russian admitted that prices had increased, but not critically. The publication pointed out that major companies such as Starbucks and McDonald’s had officially left the Russian Federation, but before that they had sold the business to Russian entrepreneurs, the TV channel reports. “360”.
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