Most investments in Russia in past year come from Asian market - Putin

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Around 90 percent of the investments in Russia in the past year are the resources of the Asian market

Around 90 percent of the investments in Russia in the past year are the resources of the Asian market, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the Interfax and Anadolu news agencies on Nov. 13 ahead of the G20 summit in Antalya.

"Obviously, cooperation with Asian partners in attracting funds gains special relevance in the current situation. In 2015, approximately 90 percent of investments in the Russian market came from Asia," Putin said.

"Several large Russian enterprises are financed by China and we analyze the prospects of public borrowings from China," he said.

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