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WASHINGTON, September 10 (Itar-Tass) —— The Russian economy continues to recover from the recent crisis, although its growth rates could be greater, as follows from an assessment by the IMF, made at a meeting of the Board of Directors, which discussed the results of another survey of the Russian economy. The IMF conducts such surveys annually in all member countries of the organization.
As it has become known to Itar-Tass from reliable sources in the Fund, the discussion on Russia was smooth and the expert report, prepared beforehand, did not cause any questions and objections. The key thesis of that document states that in Russia there is proceeding recovery from the crisis, but growth is relatively modest, and inflation, is high.