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Employment History

Director of the Department for International Financial Relations

Finance Ministry


External Debt Department Director

Federation of Indian Mineral Indutries


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The Russia Journal Daily::Economy - Russia’s debt to drop to 23% of GDP

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Russia's total public debt would drop to 18 percent of the GDP by 2007, Sergey Kolotukhin, Director of the Finance Ministry's Department for International Financial Relations, Public Debt and Government Financial Assets, said at an investor conference in June. He said the country's public debt was expected to be 26.5 percent of the GDP by the end of 2004, which was a "very moderate figure compared with some industrially developed countries".As the Russian economy is more vulnerable to risks, the public debt should be significantly lower than in industrially developed countries, according to Mr. Kolotukhin.


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This week saw the departure of FinMin's external debt department director Sergey Kolotukhin from the ministry.


The Russia Journal || TopNews

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MOSCOW - Russia has confirmed its intention to settle all issues regarding the Soviet Union's debt before the end of the year, Sergey Kolotukhin, Director of the Finance Ministry's Department for International Financial Relations, Public Debt... »»»»»» (Light)


The Russia Journal Daily::Economy - Russia pays $28.47m to IMF

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Russia's total public debt would drop to 18 percent of the GDP by 2007, Sergey Kolotukhin, Director of the Finance Ministry's Department for International Financial Relations, Public Debt and Government Financial Assets, said on Wednesday. He said the country's public debt was expected to be 26.5 percent of the GDP by the end of 2004, which was a "very moderate figure compared with some industrially developed countries".As the Russian economy is more vulnerable to risks, the public debt should be significantly lower than in industrially developed countries, according to Mr. Kolotukhin. [Jun 23, 2004] MOSCOW - Russia has confirmed its intention to settle all issues regarding the Soviet Union's debt before the end of the year, Sergey Kolotukhin, Director of the Finance Ministry's Department for International Financial Relations, Public Debt... full details


The Russia Journal Daily::Economy - Russia pays $28.47m to IMF

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Russia's total public debt would drop to 18 percent of the GDP by 2007, Sergey Kolotukhin, Director of the Finance Ministry's Department for International Financial Relations, Public Debt and Government Financial Assets, said on Wednesday. He said the country's public debt was expected to be 26.5 percent of the GDP by the end of 2004, which was a "very moderate figure compared with some industrially developed countries".As the Russian economy is more vulnerable to risks, the public debt should be significantly lower than in industrially developed countries, according to Mr. Kolotukhin.


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