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MOSCOW, December 26 (Itar-Tass) —— The growth of investments in Russian economy should exceed five percent in 2012, meanwhile, a growing tendency will be taking shape already after the first quarter, Russian presidential aide Arkady Dvorkovich believes.
“This year the investments did not go down as well. Next year the growth of investments will be more than five percent,” Dvorkovich said live on the Ekho Moskvy radio station on Sunday.
He believes that “no matter what results will be reported at the presidential elections next March, the final outcome of the situation will have a positive influence on the investors.”
Foreign factors also influence on the inflow of investments in Russian economy and “all of us are interested in Europe to become more stable,” the presidential aide underlined.