Russia — a country of bright contrasts.
The poor get poorer rapidly. (read the publication: Russians are rapidly getting poorer)
The rich get richer quickly. (read the publication: Official’s Pension Fund and the Hotel Schloss Seefels )
As you may have guessed, is rapidly getting poorer teachers, doctors, engineers and pensioners.
A rapidly grow rich Russian officials, members and friends of the Prime Minister, and other … members of United Russia. And also those who serve them: pop stars, publicists, spin doctors, escort, call girl from modeling agencies and other Kholuy brethren.
All of these brethren, together with their owners, government officials, United Russia, druzyamiputina under the fiery speeches about patriotism and love of country constantly moves in a more comfortable place to live than Russia.
Especially charming their hearts «damned hostile to Russia, Europe.» And in Europe, only sweeter Cote d’Azur.
And so it is nice to them (although they swear they love to hate Russia and the West) that they tend to buy more property there for the money earned back-breaking seat on the cost flow of our long-suffering country.
Over the past 8 years the number of Russian villas on the Cote d’Azur has grown 40-fold (from 50 to 2000).
Until 2009, these Russian citizens bought on the Cote d’Azur super active.
And by the end of 2008 amounted to 11 percent of the total number of buyers of luxury housing on the Cote d’Azur.
The crisis braked a little amount of purchases and villas on the Cote d’Azur Russians declined somewhat.
But now the demand for villas on the Cote d’Azur with the Russians restored.
Every third visitor boutiques Cote d’Azur in 2011 — a Russian or a Russian woman.
Among the foreign customers of fashionable luxury goods stores Russians occupy the first place — 34%, 27% more than in 2010.
Average ticket Russians in stores on the Cote d’Azur — € 1,15 thousand
And it can not please all those who were still languish in poverty-stricken Russia and unsettled at its 6 acres. That is, all the other 139.9 million people who have Russian passports.
They sit in fuming pechechki, eat your kartohu, look at teleyaschik and think, «what is good, that at least those worthy people who have money, no wonder we pay a third of the taxes pay — oh, no wonder!»