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Russian Economic Report 30

Russia’s economy is navigating an economic downturn. Recent events around the Crimea crisis have compounded the lingering confidence problem and exposed the economic weaknesses of economic growth model. Read More »

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Despite the challenges caused by the financial crisis, public-private partnerships (PPP) can bring value to the economy in the ECA region. Read More »