Russia’s GDP growth this year could exceed 3%. This was announced by Russian Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov at the Financial University VIII International Forum “Russia and the World: New Walls or New Rules?” It was stated at the general assembly session. TASS.
Siluanov noted that Russia follows a responsible economic policy.
“Our economic growth rate this year will be 3 percent, maybe even plus. We see that the sanctions that began to be implemented in 2014 led us to have our own food security. “Our economic independence is a condition, we will invest in it,” he said.
Previously, the Minister of Finance said that there would be a budget deficit in 2024-2026. will not exceed 1% of GDP while maintaining the current price situation.
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Formerly Central Bank of the Russian Federation raised key rate up to 15%.
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