Sep 10, 2010
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- Supported by global restocking, the region bounced back sharply and performed strongly in H1 2010 but will slow in H2 as base effects wear off.
- A spike in food prices due to drought threatens to push up inflation, exacerbating easy money conditions.
- Financial sector vulnerabilities remain a constraint on growth, particularly domestic demand.
Outlook Update: Stable Recovery but Still Vulnerable to Global Climate
RGE holds to its view that the CIS region, excluding Russia, will average 4% growth in 2010. The region’s commodity exporters have boosted spending, taking advantage of[...]
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