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Russian President approves state budget for 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law on the Russia’s federal budget for 2017 and the planned period of 2018-2019. The document was posted on the official website of legal information. The budget law for …

State Duma finally approves Russian budget

The Russian State Duma approved the draft budget for 2017 and the planned period of 2018-2019 in the third and final reading. 315 members of parliament voted for approval of the budget, 99 voted against it, TASS reports. …

Russia’s state budget adopted in first reading

The State Duma has approved Russia’s budget for 2017 and the planned period of 2018-2019 in the first reading.  334 lawmakers voted for and 100 against the draft, TASS reports. Russian Finance Minister …

Draft budget submitted to Russia's State Duma

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has presented a draft budget for 2017 and the planned period of 2018-2019 at the plenary session of the State Duma. According to the draft, budget revenues will be 13.487 trillion …

Russian State Duma amendments budget

Budget amendments for 2016 have passed their second reading in Russia’s State Duma.  The draft amendments imply an increase of Russia’s 2016 federal budget deficit to 3 trillion rubles ($47.2 bln), or 3.7% of GDP. …

 Russia's budget to remain social

Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said at the meeting with President Vladimir Putin that the government deliberately based its budget for 2017-2019 on the oil price of $40 per …

Russian government completes budgetary process

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev reported Russian President Vladimir Putin about the completion of the budgetary process in the government, the president's press secretary Dmitry …

Siluanov warns of wider budget deficit

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov warned at a conference in Sochi that the budget gap will be wider this year than earlier forecast, forcing Russia to step up the pace of domestic borrowing. The deficit may …