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Alexander Zhukov said Monday inflation would be 7%-8.5% in 2006 and would fall further in the coming years
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov said Monday inflation would be 7%-8.5% in 2006 and would fall further in the coming years. "Our forecast is that in 2006 and further on inflation will fall, while in 2006 it will be 7%-8.5%," Zhukov said at a government meeting with President Vladimir Putin on Monday. "The financial, and monetary and credit policy that has been pursued in recent years will be continued, which means revenues will exceed spending and inflation will fall," Zhukov said.
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