Putin to continue stimulus as Russia moves out of crisis


ST PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Saturday vowed to continue Russia's anti-crisis programme as the economy moves out of one of the deepest recessions in post-Soviet history. Putin, speaking at a congress of his United Russia party in Russia's northern city of St Petersburg, said gross domestic product would decline by 8.0 to 8.5 percent in 2009. But the former Kremlin chief said Russia must fully restore pre-crisis levels of growth in two to three ...

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