Russia Offers Pensioners One-Time Payment Instead of Adjustment

  • Measure will cost more than 200 billion rubles, Medvedev says
  • Government had said it would try to index pension to inflation

Russian pensioners will get a one-time payment of 5,000 rubles ($77) instead of a second adjustment for inflation this year, the government announced ahead of parliamentary elections in September.

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