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Russia's finance minister Monday called for the country to triple the amount of investment coming into its economy over the next three years
Russia's finance minister Monday called for the country to triple the amount of investment coming into its economy over the next three years. "In the next three years, investment growth is planned at 9.3%, and we need to increase the pace of investment growth by at least three times," Alexei Kudrin told a Finance Ministry board session, adding that investment growth should come from the private sector, not state sources. The share of state budget investment in 2005 increased by 2.2 percentage points to 21%, Kudrin said, meaning private investment shrank by 2%. He also said investment into Russian companies' charter capital had rocketed in recent years, from $27.2 billion in 1999 to $125 bln in 2005.
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