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When vanity opens the wallets of millionaires

Elena Kudozova, Managing Director of the Millionaire Fair in Moscow

Thousands of so-called "new Russians" visit the Millionaire Fair to find some very needed every day life items, such as: gold-plated coffee pots, marble angels, jewel-encrusted pens, Lamborghinis, live tigers, yachts and helicopters. The annual Fair in Moscow is becoming a tradition. It is claimed that "Millionaire Fair is more then an exhibition, it's a lifestyle". But how provoking is such a "lifestyle" for Russia, the country still facing the problem of poverty? To answer this question we invited to our studio the Managing Director of the Millionaire Fair in Moscow - Elena Kudozova.