Russia has recovered from the global economic crisis, growing at more than four percent through 2010-11 on the back of high oil prices. Growth is set to continue at about four percent in 2012, assuming oil prices of eighty dollars a barrel. This means the economy is running at close to capacity, putting it at risk of overheating in the short term.
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