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End of recession in sight: Russian Federation economic outlook H2 2016


End of recession in sight: Russian Federation economic outlook H2 2016

Report summary

Russia's economy should exit recession by the end of 2016, supported by improving household incomes and looser monetary policy. But a return to robust growth is not likely. An ageing population and poor productivity prospects will weigh on growth. Exports of Russia's most important product, oil, are set to decline unless investment into new assets picks up sharply. GDP growth will struggle to breach 2% per year. 

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Wood Mackenzie's comprehensive understanding of commodity markets gives us a unique insight into the pace of global economic development and the risks associated with it.

This data file presents provincial/ state level forecasts for key macroeconomic metrics to 2035. All state/ province forecasts include GDP. Other metrics may include population by age cohort, employment, and urbanisation depending on the country.

This data is necessary to gain a broader understanding of the economy and its development at the sub-national level.

Wood Mackenzie's macroeconomic forecasts underpin all our commodity demand analysis, ensuring we continually deliver an integrated and consistent view.

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