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SINGAPORE, September 26 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s future government will have to continue implementing unpopular reforms, Sberbank’s CEO German Gref told the Russia-Singapore business forum on Monday.
The cabinet, which will be formed in Russia following the elections, will have to implement reforms, where many of them will be unpopular, he said. For example, he explained, Russia will have to extend retirement age.
Traditionally, the forum features officials from Russia and Singapore, business elites of the two countries and from the CIS and Asian states.