According to an Awara Group report earlier this year, Russia’s new government is set to abandon austerity measures embraced by PM Mikhail Mishustin’s predecessor. Prior to setbacks from precautions taken against coronavirus, GDP growth was set to accelerate. As challenges are overcome, new spending measures and infrastructure development are set to continue.
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