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“We consider this assessment pessimistic in principle,” Oreshkin said without specifying what the optimistic assessment was like.
The Finance Ministry’s optimistic scenario stipulates that the oil price will fall to $80 per barrel, and its pessimistic scenario envisions that the price will drop to $60 per barrel.
Net capital outflow from Russia in 2014 may reach $130 billion, Bloomberg news agency said earlier, citing Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.
Russia’s Economic Development Ministry expects capital outflow at $100 billion this year.