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  1. Russian consumers-earning and spending more.: An article from: Market Europe by Gale Reference Team, 2007-01-01
  2. The Russian Far East: An Economic Handbook
  3. RUSSIAN PRIVATE DEMAND WEATHERS THE STORM.: An article from: Market Europe
  4. The Fiscal Structure of the Russian Federation: Financial Flows Between the Center and the Regions by N. Y.) Eastwest Institute (New York, Jim Walker, 2000-12
  5. Will frozen vegetable campaign run into Russian winter? (The Green Scene).(European frozen vegetable market): An article from: Quick Frozen Foods International
  6. The Uncertain State of the Russian Economy (IEWS Special Report) by Institute of Eastwest Studies, 1993-01

81. CIA - The World Factbook -- Russia
have raised business and investor confidence in Russia s economic prospects . economic growth slowed down in the second half of 2004 and the russian
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82. EUbusiness - European Business Leaders Brighten As Euro Headache Abates
In France, statistics institute INSEE said Wednesday its index of The ECBforecasts growth in the eurozone economy to reach two percent in 2006 from 1.4
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83. News Agency PRIME-TASS
russian information agency providing realtime information on russian Trade surplus, Jan-Jun, $59.6 bln, +$4.1 bln, economic Development and Trade
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Russia's Promsvyazbank is making steps to become a universal bank, Alexander Levkovsky, president and CEO of Russia's Promsvyazbank, said in an interview with Prime-Tass this week. The bank, which used to serve mostly corporate clients, began to develop its retail program last year, he said. OPINION: Oil taxes in Russia - cash grab, or shrewd policy shift ?

84. CATnet: K-State Digital Library - Subject Guide - Economics Reference Sources
Economics Subject Guide available through CatNet. T4 E267 2000 v.1 and v.2 business statistics of the United States HC101 .A13122 2000
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85. Special Market Focus - Russia / The Russian Economy (PART II)
2003, just one year after that overview, the russian economy boomed. According to experts, small business in Russia is not sufficiently developed,

86. Proposed Methodology For Estimating Global Money Laundering
Share of shadow business in Russia s economy may range between 25% 50% (TASS 17 In the estimate of experts from the russian interior and economics

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Anarchiv An electronic library of texts in russian by and on wellknown Discussion Papers in economic and Social History at Nuffield College (Oxford).
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88. Russia: Geography, History, Population, Economy, And Statistics
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90. Russian Economic Outlook, Economy Outlook In Russia, World Economic Outlook, Eco
The russian economy has endured a severe contraction that experts predict will not The World Bank s Statistical Handbook 1995 States of the Former USSR
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In the first half-decade after the end of the Soviet Union, Russia made significant strides in restructuring its economy and providing an environment for the operation of market forces rather than state control as the fundamental principle of the economic system. By 1995 more than half of the recorded GDP came from the private sector, with considerable unreported private activity also contributing to the vitality of the economy. Almost all prices are now market determined. Most of Russia's state enterprises have been placed under some degree of private control, although many continue to operate in much the same way as before privatization. By making the ruble convertible in foreign trade and other current-account transactions, Russia has accelerated the integration of its economy with those of the rest of the world. These strides have come at a cost, however. The Russian economy has endured a severe contraction that experts predict will not end before late 1996 or 1997. Many Russians are experiencing the new and disillusioning phenomenon of unemployment as the growing private sector slowly absorbs an increasingly large labor pool jettisoned in the restructuring of the state sector. Many, particularly those of middle age, are finding it difficult to adjust to the loss of the cradle-to-grave social safety net of the Soviet system. The gap between Russia's "haves" and "have-nots," which is determined by the possession of skills, audacity, and connections needed to be successful under the new economic system, widened alarmingly in the mid-1990s.

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92. EERC
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  • International Statistical Yearbook edition 2003, campus/institute license. DSI, Rheinberg. Medium: DVD/ CD-ROM and Internet. Publication date: September 2003. ISBN: 392949857X. Unique collection of the most interesting economic databases from various national and international sources all over the world. First published in 1990 it has been updated once per year on a regular basis.
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  • 93. Oil & Gas Journal - Industry Statistics
    RUSSIA TAX, LAW AND business BREIFING 2004 provides guidance on tax and legal An analysis of Russia s overall economy in the context of its strong oil
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    94. School Of Business And Economics Degree Programs
    BS in International business with russian Studies Minor ECON310, InternationalEconomics. Approved business travel study course
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    95. 2004 - #28 (428) Expert - Russian Business - First Call
    However, the russian economy, according to the Finance Ministry, Statisticsreform, regional finance reform, and other projects will be paid for out of
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    By cutting foreign debt, the authorities are putting the breaks on economic growth. By giving state guarantees to SUAL, they are putting financial policy in action.
    Yana Galukhina, Yuri Korotetsky, and Ekaterina Shokina On July 15th, the government discussed the federal foreign debt program for 2005. The Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, as always, did not see eye to eye. Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin demanded that the state refuse any new loans and keep foreign debt stable. "One of the most important tasks before the government is to bring the foreign debt down to the safe level of 20-25% of the GDP," Kudrin argued at the cabinet meeting. It should be said that by the end of 2004 Russia's total foreign debt was 26.5% of the GDP and the total burden of both state and corporate debt was around 30% of the GDP. According to Director of the Ministry of Finance's Department for International Financial Relations and State Financial Assets, Sergei Kolotukhin, this is "a reasonable level compared to developed nations." However, the Russian economy, according to the Finance Ministry, is subject to greater risk than the economies of developed countries, and therefore the safe debt level should be considerably lower. German Gref , head of the Economic Development Ministry, is more tolerant of foreign debt. He insists that the state needs at least three new loans from the World Bank: to modernize the state statistics system ($80 million), to reform finance in the regions ($100 million), and to reform housing and utilities ($300 million). Yet the Ministry of Finance won out all the same. This is becoming a regular event. A month ago it also beat out the Economic Development Ministry and insisted on a budget surplus instead of luxuries like the implementation of federal target programs or state investment projects that would increase the Russian economy's competitiveness.

    96. BBC NEWS | Business | Why Business Is Still Wary Of Russia
    But now it s back to business as usual. Trouble is, usual in russian terms means The sickness would be a lot more bearable if the economy were still


    ... Newswatch Last Updated: Tuesday, 31 May, 2005, 10:03 GMT 11:03 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Why business is still wary of Russia By James Arnold
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    Mr Putin wants the state to set business right It may be hard, at this late stage, to summon up much sympathy for Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
    "There's only so long that you can stay sorry for a billionaire," says one Moscow-based British businessman. "When he was arrested, everyone was jumpy for a couple of weeks. But now it's back to business as usual." Trouble is, "usual" in Russian terms means ugly, unpredictable and downright dangerous. Mr Khodorkovsky's conviction on charges of fraud and tax evasion has done much to besmirch Russia's reputation in the business community. In fact, the economy's real problems are different - and far deeper. Anguish to apathy In the year-and-a-half since Mr Khodorkovsky was arrested on a Novosibirsk runway, the business world seems to have come to terms with his fate. The notion that the hounding of one oligarch sounds the knell for freedom and reform finds few takers; indeed, some see it as a welcome departure from the chaotic crony capitalism of the 1990s.

    97. Asia Times Online :: Asian News, Business And Economy.
    events and trends in business, economy and politics throughout Asia. Exhibit 2 Test statistics for religious belief, wealth, and literacy as

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    Aug 2, 2005 Death by secularism: Some statistical evidence
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    Infertility is killing off the secular world, a number of writers have observed, including Phillip Longman, whose 1994 book The Empty Cradle I reviewed last year. [1] In the former Soviet empire, where atheism reigned as state policy for generations, the United Nations forecasts extreme declines in population by 2050, ranging from 22% for the Russian Federation to nearly 50% for the Ukraine. Secular western Europe will lose 4% to 12% of its population, while the population of the churchgoing United States continues to grow. Is secularism at fault? The numbers do not suggest otherwise.
    Humankind cannot abide the terror of mortality without the promise of immortality, I have argue in the past. [2] In the absence of religion human society sinks into depressive torpor. Secular society therefore is an oxymoron, for the death of religion leads quickly enough to the death of society itself.
    These are impressionistic rather than rigorous arguments, however. Explaining the causes of population change has frustrated statisticians for years. Many factors influence fertility, including urbanization and literacy. Subsistence farmers view children as cheap labor and a source of wealth; peoples who remember a high infant mortality rate have more children; uneducated people do not plan the size of families, and impoverished people cannot afford the means to do so.

    98. EurasiaNet Business & Economics - Turkey: Economy Spells Trouble For Russia, Ira
    Turkey Economy Spells Trouble for Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan news and analysis On Sunday, Turkey’s State Institute of statistics announced that the
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    Michael Lelyveld 4/04/02 Print this article Email this article New economic figures from Turkey are raising some old questions about energy planning that could soon cut into gas exports from Russia, Iran, and Azerbaijan. In an angry editorial Tuesday, the Turkish Daily News slammed a group of economists who were surveyed last week and predicted slightly better numbers than those announced on Sunday. The paper said, "The same people, who could not predict anything and drew rosy pictures, today, are once again spearheading a campaign saying we are out of the crisis and well on our way to recovery. Absolute rubbish!" The editorial added, "but this is Turkey. You can always twist and bend figures, toy around with regulations and declare a positive growth." Turkey has also invested heavily in its own energy forecasts, which call for stellar growth despite steep economic downturns in two of the past three years.

    99. REENIC: Uzbekistan
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    100. Wais:russia: Salaries Increase To $230 Per Month And GDP Nov 2004
    Like all macroeconomic statistics, these are subject to all kinds of distortions, For an excellent analysis of the state of the russian economy today,
    Re: Russian salaries increase to $230 per month
    For an excellent analysis of the state of the Russian economy today, please refer to the OECD study just released a couple of weeks ago: . Readers will note that the OECD believes that (a) effect of world oil price level in Russian economic growth is exaggerated; (b) the main sources of Russian economic growth are consumer spending (internal demand) and rising productivity; (c) boom in investment in the energy sector has enabled Russia to increase energy exports beyond all expectations, providing a significant impetus to growth; (d) lack of pipeline capacity and monopoly in the natural gas sector are major strategic problems for the Russian economy, as is the rising real value of the ruble.
    Goldman Sachs published an interesting paper this year on the long term prospects of four economies: Brazil, Russia, India and China. See . The size of all of these economies relative to the G6 economies will increase out of all proportion in the next decades. GDP per capita of populous Brazil, India and China will continue to lag significantly that of the G6 countries for the forseeable future, but Russia will surpass Germany in the total size of the economy, GDP per capita at PPP, and even GDP per capita in nominal dollar terms, to become a full-fledged member of the small club of the most highly developed nations. Predicting the future so far ahead is obviously fraught with enormous uncertainties, but to those of us who are directly involved in the Russian economy today, this scenario is entirely plausible.

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