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MOSCOW, January 14 / TASS/. Oil prices are among the three main factors in slowing down the Russian economy, Sberbank CEO German Gref said on Wednesday.
"There are three key triggers to slowing down the economy: actual structural slowdown of the economy, the geopolitical situation surrounding Russia and the situation with oil prices, the last one becomes the key factor," Gref said at the Gaidar Forum in Moscow.
According to Gref, in recent months, there was a sharp decline in prices, and now the price of oil is teetering on the at-cost level.
"For many countries, this is a very painful level of oil prices, Gref added.