October 2014
BOFIT Weekly;10/10/2014, Issue 41, p1
The article offers an overview of the economic conditions of Russia as of 2014. It discusses how the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) dealt with the depreciation of the ruble's exchange rate and its effort in helping banks meet their overnight currency liquidity demands. It presents also the projections of the Ministry of Finance regarding government revenue growth, defense spending and spending on pensions and social entitlements.


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