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  • 1985 The Soviet Union began to collapse into independent nations. After years of Soviet military buildup at the expense of domestic development, economic growth was at a standstill. Failed attempts at reform and a stagnant economy led to a general feeling of discontent, especially in the Baltic republics and Eastern Europe.

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  • 1998 The Russian financial crisis (also called "Ruble crisis") hit Russiaon 17 August 1998. It was exacerbated by the global recession of 1998, which started with the Asian financial crisisin July 1997. Given the ensuing decline in world commodity prices, countries heavily dependent on the export of raw materials, such as oil, were among those most severely hit. The sharp decline in the price of oil had severe consequences for Russia.

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Inflation approached 12% by year-end. confidence in Russia's economic prospects, with foreign direct investment rising from $14.6 billion in 2005 to approximately $45 billion in 2007.

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What are the perspectives of development? confidence in Russia's economic prospects, with foreign direct investment rising from $14.6 billion in 2005 to approximately $45 billion in 2007.

  •  Existing mix of market-oriented policies and state intervention will remain in place, with state control over strategic sectors.

  •  Tighter liquidity will dampen investment and consumption growth, with real GDP growth slowing to an annual average of 6.7% in 2008-09.

  •  High energy prices, strong capital inflows and fiscal loosening will continue to fuel inflationary pressures.

  •  Strong imports and only moderate export growth are forecast to reduce the current-account surplus to around 3% of GDP by 2009.

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It is difficult to open your business Governance Indicators for 1996-2006,” published in July 2007, the level of responsibility for the Russian government was rated 24 out of 100, along with Mauritania and Butan.

  • The structure of the Russian economy remains skewed towards a few giant companies, mostly forged from Soviet-era assets. Small and medium-sized businesses contribute less than 15% of GDP. The cost of opening a business is higher than in most other countries. Only 5% of firms have been created in the past ten years, according to the World Bank

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Population rights.

  • 140,702,094 (July 2008 est.)

  • Population of Russia

  • 127,288,419 (July 2008 est.)

  • Population of Japan

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Pioneers rights.