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BALI (Indonesia), December 03. /ITAR-TASS/. The Russian Ministry for Economic Development has lowered its official forecast for a capital outflow from Russia this year from $70 billion to $57 billion, an updated macro-economic forecast until 2016 says.
The forecast for the next year envisaging a $25-billion outflow stays in place, while in 2015 Russia expects an inflow of ten billion dollars against a flat outflow in the previous forecast. In 2016, the inflow is forecast at the level of $20 billion.