(Adds more details, quote from paragraph 4) MOSCOW, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Russia's economy expanded 4.2 percent in the first 11 months of the year compared with a 4.1 percent government forecast for the whole of 2002, local news agencies quoted a government official as saying. Deputy Minister For Economic Development and Trade Arkady Dvorkovich also said month-on-month GDP growth in November was around zero. The government does not routinely provide monthly GDP data. "In the near future, ...
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