Changing of trading conditions with Ukraine and Moldova carries risks for the Russian economy
Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of Russia, does not exclude the possibility of developing of new risks for the economy, due to changes in the trade regime with some CIS countries, in particular with Ukraine and Moldova.
According to him, in the coming years Russia will be working in the terms of the continuing instability and worsening of the situation on some markets. It is entirely possible that the new risks associated with changes in the trade regime with some CIS countries will develop.
Also, D.Medvedev added that the volume of foreign trade may decrease, due to the sanctions imposed by the USA and the European countries against Russian companies.
But on the other hand, Russia has to work within the existing Customs Union and the emerging Eurasian Economic Union, stressed the Head of Government.
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