Russia will achieve only moderate, though consistent, economic growth over the next five years as the government avoids undertaking structural reforms that could drive stronger growth. Instead, public spending will rise minimally to boost the economy now that macroeconomic stability has been achieved.
Public and private demand will improve moderately in the coming years, though higher taxes will restrain a stronger pick-up while geopolitical tensions threaten a heightened risk of sanctions. Multinational companies need to develop a consistent, realistic internal view of the Russian market’s risks and opportunities to plan effectively for the next five years.
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- What does the trajectory of Russia’s business environment look like
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- What are the key events that could disrupt Russia’s future outlook
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