RUSSIA IN RESEARCH AND REPORTS
|The name of the publishing organization||Report title and link|
|Bank of Finland’s Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT)||BOFIT forecast for Russia 2015-2017|
|State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation||"Topical issues of economic strategy of Russia"|
|The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)||"Main economic indicators" (2015)|
|The Ministry of economic development of the Russian Federation||Investments in Russia from abroad|
|The World Bank||"Doing business 2014"|
|The World Bank||"Doing business 2015 More than efficiency"|
|The National Rating Agency (NRA)||"Results of the 2nd annual rating of investment attractiveness of Russian regions"|
|International group of rating agencies "Expert RA"||"Investment attractiveness of regions – 2014: the burden of management"|
|The World Bank||"Rating of economies"|
|OECD Economic Review||"Main findings and recommendations" (2014)|
According to the forecast of the Bank of Finland’s Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT) Russia's GDP in 2017 will amount to 1%. After two financial and economic crisis (2008-2010 and 2014-2016) this forecast suggests a high stability of the Russian economy to external influences and internal problems. A graph of the ratio of the percentage growth of Russia's and the world’s GDP demonstrates the stability of the Russian economy:
In 2014 the State Duma of the Russian Federation has prepared the report "Topical issues of economic strategy of Russia" with a description of the investment attractiveness of individual sectors and regions.
According to Bloomberg, Russia is the most attractive member of the BRICS group to foreign investment in 2015.
To understand the current pattern of investment attractiveness of Russia — its stock market, infrastructure and industrial projects based on the the general state of the global and Russian economies, the investor should seek the help of qualified professionals.