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Description Russian economy since fall of the Soviet Union (2008 international dollars)
Date 9 May 2008
Source self-made, Source: IMF World Economic Outlook Database, October 2009; 2010 data from Rosstat
Author LokiiT


Note: Figures in international dollars (2008) adjusted for purchasing power.

Year GDP % Growth
1992 1,170.925 N/A
1993 1,092.674 -8.7
1994 974.005 -12.7
1995 953.528 -4.1
1996 936.706 -3.6
1997 966.589 1.4
1998 925.701 -5.3
1999 999.437 6.4
2000 1,123.181 10
2001 1,207.134 5.1
2002 1,284.333 4.7
2003 1,407.759 7.3
2004 1,548.717 7.2
2005 1,697.957 6.4
2006 1,888.266 7.7
2007 2,099.663 8.1
2008 2,264.608 5.6
2009 2,126.390 -7.5
2010 2,211.450 4


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