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MOSCOW, March 13. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s Federal Budget had a surplus of 30.48 billion rubles ($836.4 million) or 0.3% of the GDP in January and February 2014, a report released by the Finance Ministry Thursday said.
Budget revenues totaled 2.37 trillion rubles ($65 billion), including the 1.233 trillion rubles ($33.8 billion) the country earned from the exports of crude oil and natural gas, and expenditures stood at 2.34 trillion rubles ($64.2 billion).