The Russian economy is adapting smoothly to new challenges and is coping with the pressure of sanctions from the West. This was expressed by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a strategic session on the main areas of economic policy in the face of foreign sanctions pressure.
According to him, this is greatly facilitated by the decisions taken within the framework of achieving the national development goals by 2030. The steps taken for the implementation of national projects and strategic initiatives also play a role.
“In general, we can say that at this stage the economy is coping with the pressure of sanctions,” the head of government said.
What the Russian economy didn’t quite expect is the “dashing nineties” or zero. This view was previously expressed by Mikhail Sukhov, head of the Analytical Credit Rating Agency (ACRA).
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