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    The glass is half drunk // At the Fincongress, the Central Bank discussed the invisibility and activity of structural changes in the economy

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    A year and a half after the start of sharp changes in the terms of foreign trade, the expected future model for the development of the Russian economy has not become any clearer. At the Financial Congress of the Bank of Russia that ended yesterday, the topic of structural changes in the economy was one of the central ones. So far, it has only been possible to record which negative scenarios have not materialized and which alleged threats have been avoided in 2022-2023, but even the exact reasons for this cause discussions among economists.

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