Russia’s Ministry of Economic Development expects capital outflows in 2016 to fall to $14bn-$18bn, deputy minister Alexei Vedev told reporters on the sidelines of a State Duma meeting.
"In the future outflows will increase to $25bn by 2019," he added.
Previously the ministry forecast $40bn would leave Russia this year, down from the peak of $133bn that left in 2008.
As part of its dialogue with the European Union, Kosovo has agreed to address the underlying causes of the high interest rates on bank loans
Confidence in macroeconomic conditions are at their highest point in the last year, but there are expectations that business conditions will worsen
The total value of gross loans and lease financing extended by Kosovan banks rose by 10% y/y to €2.36bn at end-May, slowing down from a 10.8% y/y increase at end-April
Seasonally-adjusted sentiment in Turkey's service and retail industries deteriorated in June but construction industry confidence improved in the month.