Russia: in 2014, the GDP growth rates to reduce to 1% - European Commission
The spring 2014 economic forecast of the European Commission informed that in 2014 the GDP growth rates of Russia will reduce to 1%, and then increase to 2% in 2015.
The Commission also noted that the forecast "is subject to significant risks" of macroeconomic feature, due to the current "geopolitical tensions in Ukraine".
In the previous forecast of the European Commission, the GDP growth rates in 2014 were estimated at 2.3%, in 2015 - 2.7%.
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