From January to August 2018 from Russia’s private sector had exported $26.5 billion, or 2.8 times more than the same period last year, when capital outflow amounted to $9.6 billion, follows from the data of the Central Bank.
In August 2018, the volume of export of capital has also continued to increase, as from January to July, they exceeded the previous year indicators less than 2.5 times.
Initially, the Central Bank forecast that capital outflow in 2018 will reach $19 billion, but then the forecast increased to $30 billion due to new sanctions. Also in early September its forecast on capital outflow in more than two-fold increased of economic development — with $18 billion to $41 billion.
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