Gasoline prices in Russia in 2016 will grow in the measure of inflation, not more, said Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Arkady Dvorkovich.
MOSCOW, 23 Jan. Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich expects that gasoline prices in Russia in 2016 will not grow above inflation, which at year-end will not exceed 10%.
“In the measure of inflation, not more,” said Dvorkovich, answering the question of how will increase gasoline prices in Russia in 2016.
“We hope that will be unambiguous all the same value, but less. I hope that up to 10%” — answering a question which expects the inflation rate.