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The Russian Federal Statistics Service has suggested that economic census be held in Russia every five years
The Russian Federal Statistics Service has suggested that economic census be held in Russia every five years. Vladimir Sokolin, the head of the service, said as much at a press conference on Friday. "Economic census should be held at least every five years to collect all the information about economic subjects working in the country - who they are, their number and what they produce," said Mr. Sokolin. He also noted the slowing down migration into Russia. According to the statistics, the migration surplus for 2004 will be 30,000-35,000 people, and migration to Russia will virtually stop. "This arouses concerns regarding economic growth," said Mr. Sokolin. He earlier reported that the working population in Russia would drop by nearly a million people annually beginning with 2007.
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