November 29, 2018 / 12:32 PM / 12 days ago

TABLE-Russia's economy ministry forecasts for 2018-2036

    MOSCOW, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Russia's economy is set to grow
by no more than 3.4 percent a year in the next 18 years amid a
gradually easing rouble and waning capital outflows, the economy
ministry said in a set of forecasts released on Wednesday.
    The economy ministry provided the following data:
                              2018   2019   2020   2021   2036
 Urals $/bbl                  69.6   63.4   59.7   57.9   58.3
 CPI, pct                     +3.4   +4.3   +3.8   +4.0   +4.0
 GDP, pct                     +1.8   +1.3   +2.0   +3.1   +3.1
 Rouble rate vs U.S. dollar   61.7   63.9   63.8   64.0   75.2
 Capital investment, pct      +2.9   +3.1   +7.6   +6.9   +3.0
 Real wages, pct              +6.9   +1.4   +1.9   +2.5   +2.6
 Capital outflow, bln $        31     20      8      2     18
 Current account, bln $       +94.3  +72.4  +49.8  +37.5  +20.3
 
 (Reporting by Polina Nikolskaya and Darya Korsunskaya
Editing by Andrey Ostroukh)
  
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