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MOSCOW, March 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov did not rule out that Russian privatization plan might be not fulfilled due to poor business climate in 2014.
“We may face problems of lower privatization revenues again. This is our permanent problem, as in the past few years we have planned optimistic privatization revenues, have developed major projects, but the business climate worsened and we did not yield such revenues,” the minister said at the largest Russian annual forum of professional financial community in the Russian capital on Thursday.