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US President Barack Obama imposed sanctions on more Russian officials and a bank Thursday and threatened to target the broader Russian economy if Moscow escalates its actions against Ukraine.
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its forecast of Russian GDP growth in 2013 from 3.4 percent to 2.5 percent, head of the IMF mission said.
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The loan is part of the USD 121.26 million Forest Fire Response Project in Russia being co-financed by the Russian government.
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The bill was adopted by the State Duma Feb 22 and approved by the Federation Council March 6.
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Rising unemployment levels and poverty eradication also emerged as key talking points at the World Economic Forum (WEF) gathering in this snow-clad town.
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Pushing reformist measures to bolster investments and generating more job opportunities have emerged as the top challenges for global leaders gathered at the World Economic Forum as they deliberated on ways to boost sagging economic growth.
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Russia is at a critical turning point in terms of economic, social and political development and faces crucial challenges for long term growth through 2030, says a World Economic Forum report.
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The Russian economy is prepared for a possible economic meltdown as a result of the slowing of global growth and the escalating eurozone debt crisis, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
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Net capital outflow from Russia amounted to some USD 8 billion in April, authorities said.
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Russia's growth ticked up to 4.2 percent in 2011 from 4.0 percent in 2010, making it one of the three best performing major economies in the world, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Thursday.
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Standard and Poor's Wednesday affirmed Russia's credit ratings and kept a stable outlook, noting the government still enjoyed relatively low debt but expressing concern over political uncertainty.
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