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Representatives of the US administration are concerned about the ineffectiveness of sanctions against Russia, in their opinion, the restrictions aggravate inflation, worsen food security, but do not have a deterrent effect on the Kremlin. It is reported by Bloomberg.

“Some members of the administration [президента США Джо] Biden are privately voicing concern that instead of the deterrent effect on the Kremlin, for which they were intended, sanctions are exacerbating inflation, worsening food security, ”writes Bloomberg. According to the publication, in the United States, after the introduction of restrictive measures against the Russian Federation, they were encouraged by the willingness of large companies to curtail business in Russia. However, they were caught off guard by a variety of unexpected consequences of such an outcome, from the disruption of supply chains to the inability to insure grain export shipments.

The agency refers to the data of researchers from Yale University, who calculated that about a thousand companies have completely or partially curtailed their activities in Russia. Engaging in the private sector means that sanctions are becoming less “surgical, calibrated and receptive to political change,” Adam Smith, former senior adviser to the U.S. Treasury Sanctions Office, was quoted by Bloomberg as saying.

In May of this year, the US Treasury Department issued a general license that allows US companies to pay taxes, duties and fees in Russia until September 30. “The message was clear: doing business in Russia is allowed, provided that companies do not work with sanctioned structures,” the publication specifies.

Russia launched a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine on February 24. Vladimir Putin said that its goal is to protect the inhabitants of Donbass from genocide. In response, the EU countries, as well as the United States and other states, imposed large-scale sanctions against the Russian Federation. As reported by the Russian authorities, all previous sanctions had a negative effect on Western countries, including led to an increase in inflation. Foreign companies began to leave the Russian market. Some have sold their businesses, while others have expressed a desire to return to the Russian market.

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Representatives of the US administration are concerned about the ineffectiveness of sanctions against Russia, in their opinion, the restrictions aggravate inflation, worsen food security, but do not have a deterrent effect on the Kremlin. It is reported by Bloomberg. “Some members of the administration [президента США Джо] Biden are privately voicing concern that instead of the deterrent effect on the Kremlin, for which they were intended, sanctions are exacerbating inflation, worsening food security, ”writes Bloomberg. According to the publication, in the United States, after the introduction of restrictive measures against the Russian Federation, they were encouraged by the willingness of large companies to curtail business in Russia. However, they were caught off guard by a variety of unexpected consequences of such an outcome, from the disruption of supply chains to the inability to insure grain export shipments. The agency refers to the data of researchers from Yale University, who calculated that about a thousand companies have completely or partially curtailed their activities in Russia. Engaging in the private sector means that sanctions are becoming less “surgical, calibrated and receptive to political change,” Adam Smith, former senior adviser to the U.S. Treasury Sanctions Office, was quoted by Bloomberg as saying. In May of this year, the US Treasury Department issued a general license that allows US companies to pay taxes, duties and fees in Russia until September 30. “The message was clear: doing business in Russia is allowed, provided that companies do not work with sanctioned structures,” the publication specifies. Russia launched a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine on February 24. Vladimir Putin said that its goal is to protect the inhabitants of Donbass from genocide. In response, the EU countries, as well as the United States and other states, imposed large-scale sanctions against the Russian Federation. As reported by the Russian authorities, all previous sanctions had a negative effect on Western countries, including led to an increase in inflation. Foreign companies began to leave the Russian market. Some have sold their businesses, while others have expressed a desire to return to the Russian market.

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