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Russia Business Forecast Report Q2 2013

Russia Business Forecast Report Q2 2013 - new country guide report published

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We expect international relations between Russia and the US to remain under pressure this year as Russian domestic concerns prevent a significant improvement in ties in 2013. President Vladimir Putin continues to face strong public opposition at home and has gained significant political capital amidst his support base for his strong stance against the West, implying to us that the Kremlins assertive stance is likely to persist this year. We hold to our view that Russias economic growth will slow to 3.4% in real GDP terms in 2013 as consumer spending slows and the global oil price falls from 2012 levels.

However, we hold a cautiously optimistic view towards Russias investment outlook ahead of a number of international sporting events and



a drive to increase investment into the Far East of the country. We forecast 25 basis points (bps) of cuts to Russias policy rate in 2013, bringing it to 8.00% by year-end as growth slows. We expect the central bank to continue moving from an exchange rate targeting towards an inflation-targeting regime. We believe that the countrys slowing growth outlook will prompt authorities to loosen monetary policy.

Major Forecast Changes

There have been no major forecast changes since our last quarterly report.

Key Risks To Outlook

Russias economic outlook has become more uncertain on account of the ongoing crisis in its main export market, Europe. An escalation of the situation in the eurozone cannot be ruled out, and risk of a eurozone exit by a larger member, such as Italy or Spain, as well as a major shake-up to banking sector stability, would have serious repercussions for Russia. Not only would this see liquidity tighten domestically, but exports would end up getting hit more than our forecasts currently imply. The hard landing scenario we are calling for in China is another risk factor to our growth outlook for Russia. A sharp drop in demand and a concomitant decline in global commodity prices would force a more abrupt rebalancing of the Russian economy towards the non-energy sector, which could foster several years of very weak economic growth.

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