Putin: The 2010 budget will be tight

Russian budget for 2010 will be tight, although there are positive signs in the global and Russian economy, said on Tuesday, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.However, he noted that in 2010-2012 the budget revenues may be higher than planned.Russia's 2010 budget will be tight, although there are positive signs in the global and Russian economy, said on Tuesday, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.However, he noted that in 2010-2012 the budget revenues may be higher than planned.

"Budget 2010 will continue to be tense", - said the head of the Russian government at a meeting on the preparation of the budget.At the same time Putin noted that the existing positive signals "so far timid and rather vague."

"Beginning in June, industrial production is growing at about 1% per month Prices on our export commodities are also standing on a high, acceptable level." - Listed their chief minister, asked the Minister of Economic Development Elvira Nabiullina informed in detail about the decision of the Officerevised in the di

rection of improving the forecast of socio-economic development of the country for the next year.

In addition, Putin said that the Russian federal budget revenues in 2010-2012 may be higher than planned."A gradual recovery of the economy, overcoming the decline in production will clarify the basic parameters of the budget, including can expect to receive a higher income than we had planned earlier," - quoted by Itar-TASS words of the prime minister.

As a result, the Russian government will be able to resort to a smaller volume of borrowings during the formation of the budget for these years, RIA Novosti reports."Preserving macroeconomic stability and an acceptable level of deficit reduction in volumes of borrowing and saving reserves - these are the tasks of the decision that should not be forgotten, - Putin said -. We must pursue responsible economic and social policies."

According to him, the draft budget to the State Duma is scheduled in two weeks, and the government commission for budget projections will consider the bill on on 14 September.