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SINGAPORE, September 27 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s economy is now in a rather good shape, Managing Director of Troika Dialog Anton Rakhmanov told Itar-Tass in an exclusive interview on Tuesday.
“Following the crisis we have restored and even increased the gold and currency reserves, and the debt of Russia as a sovereign state is at the historically low level,” he said. “The level of debt is below five percent of the GDP, the level of corporate debt is rather low, too.”
“I do not see reasons to be deeply concerned about the Russian economy unless we see a dramatic development of a global economic crisis,” he stressed.