Аграрный вестник Урала № 12 (179) 2018Экономика
ECONOMIC SITUATION OF RUSSIA IN 2019
Discussingexperts' forecasts about the Russian economy in 2019, it can be noted that thelatest news on this issue emphasizes that the current state of the economydepends on many factors, but the actions of state authorities have the greatestimpact. The Russian economy today is in a deep crisis situation that has beengoing on for several years. Almost everyone is concerned about what theeconomic situation in Russia will be in 2019, because today the economicsituation in the country cannot be called positive, and residents of theRussian Federation want to get as precise information as possible about whatthe country is facing in the near future. Unfortunately, “sustainability” and“reliability” are not the words that can describe the current state of theRussian economy. Currency rates now and then jump, financial risks areexacerbated, and therefore even the most qualified and experienced expertsspeak with great caution about the near future of the Russian Federation. Buthow to be? It is absolutely impossible to manage economic processes withoutfirst planning your budget, taking into account possible negative trends. Thisrule applies not only to any family budget, but also to the budget of theRussian Federation. For the government of the Russian Federation, the situationis annually predicted by experts working in leading analytical companies andinternational economic organizations. They use vast amounts of data and themost advanced computer modeling tools to understand potential risks, highlightfactors for growth or decline in indicators, and describe the main trends inthe Russian economy.
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