From Russia Beyond the Headlines:
Russia's new model of economic growth should be based on investment, said Elvira Nabiullina.
The old model of the Russian economic growth, based on oil prices, is exhausted, and a new model should be based on investment, governor of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina said on Oct. 2.
"The old model of economic growth has exhausted itself. The new model should be based on investment," said Nabiullina.
According to the Central Bank’s forecasts, positive quarterly growth of GDP is expected already in the second half of 2016. However, GDP growth rates will not be high in 2017 - less than one percent.
The Central Bank’s risky scenario is based on the oil price of $25 per barrel. In this event, Russia’s GDP may go down by 1-1.5 percent in 2017.Previously:
"Russia facing deflation for first time in 5 years"
"Bank of Russia: 25 years of Regulating Currency and Bank Crises"
How Russia Tamed Inflation
Bank of Russia Cuts Rate First Time Since July as Risks Fade
Considering what she has had to work with, sanctions, oil prices etc., the central bank's performance has been as good as one could hope for.Possibly also of interest:
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