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Academician Abel Aganbegyan believes that the current budget pull the Russian economy down. He told about it at session of the Stolypin club in Moscow.
According to Aganbegyan, a state of stagnation and recession, which lasts for 15 quarters, will continue in 2017. Scientist doubts the attainability of economic growth of two percent. He believes that economic growth could contribute to amendments to the budget. Thus growth is only possible by relying on the human capital investment in which the economist estimated at 10 trillion rubles.
Aganbegyan believes that in 2018 the budget needs to be formed under the new common economic policy that all its state units have to work cohesively.