Russia: economic growth to reach 1.5-2%
In 2014 the Russian economic growth will reach 1.5-2%, despite the unsuccessful beginning of the year, declared the Assistant to the President of Russia, Andrey Belousov on April 28, 2014.
A.Belousov stated in 2013 the Russian economic growth should be at the level of 2.4-2.5%, as opposed to the current 1.3%. The stated decrease is based on the stock reduction.
A.Belousov mentioned the earnings dilution and the high interest rates had also influenced on the stated issue.
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