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Putin Dodges Worst of Economic Pain as Oil Eases Sanctions Hit

  • Economists slash forecasts of 2022 contraction on export jump
  • Risks to outlook remain as sanctions pressure grows slowly
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Russia appears on track for a much shallower recession than many forecasters initially expected this year, boosted by rising oil production that has blunted the impact of US and European sanctions over its war in Ukraine.