Russia nearly the last in CIS in GDP growth, A.Illarionov said.
Gateway 2 Russia, Russia
Oct 28, 2004
Russia is ranked one of the last amid CIS in the GDP growth, Andrei
Ilarionov, an aide to the RF President Vladimir Putin, said at the
investment conference today.
Calculated for 4 years and with 9 months of 2004 taken into account,
the cumulative growth of the GDP stood at 26.2%, though the indicator
was up 53% in Armenia. Russia’s GDP grows 6% annually, on average.
These are not bad indicators, however Russia is the 9th amid 10
countries of CIS with data provided, the aide said.