Russia

Арсенал занятого человека, vigiljournal.com

 People often face the situation when statesmen, successful businessmen and famous scientists represent their ideas and the results of their work, but fail to attract the audience attention because the information does not reach their listeners‘ ears and eyes. Listeners miss important aspects, and they are often bored. Nowadays most people are overloaded with information; that is why to attract their attention the information should be represented in a particular way.

МБ-Беляево, Мерседес-Бенц, vigiljournal.com

“MB-Belyaevo” - 20 years of motion ahead!
In January 1992 the Russian automobile market saw a significant event: in the south of Moscow first authorized dealership of “Mercedes-Benz” was opened. It was the first not only in Russia but throughout the CIS. “MB-Belyaevo”, based on the principle of sincere love for client, has been successfully developing for 20 years.

Перспективы авиастроения, vigiljournal.com

 The leader in modern aircraft construction is the USA with 53% of world market, the total volume of which is $155bn. Russia has its modest 3.4% and mainly due to military airplane sale. Nowadays 248 Russian enterprises relating to aircraft industry are under operation. Their proceeds came to more than 608bn rubles last year.

Фукусима и будущее атомной энергетики, vigiljournal.com

The tragic events that occurred in Japan on March 11, 2011 led to the most serious nuclear accident in the last 25 years and raised the question of trust in nuclear power all over the world. On April 4 of the current year analysts of the Swiss bank UBS evaluated the significance of the so-called “Fukushima disaster”: “At Fukushima, four reactors have been out of control for weeks, casting doubt on whether even an advanced economy can master nuclear safety”.

Перспективный саммит, vigiljournal.com

 Several years of preparation and creation of infrastructure, months of discussing the agenda, a week of the summit and many million fireworks. All this is about the summit of Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) on Russky Island (Vladivostok) in 2012.

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