MOSCOW, July 7 Russia's economy grew by 1.2
percent in annual terms in the second quarter and by 1.1 percent
in the first half of the year, RIA Novosti news agency reported
on Monday, citing Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev.
The ministry forecasts gross domestic product growth of 0.4
percent this year, although Ulyukayev has said recently that
this forecast might be revised upwards in the autumn.
Interfax news agency cited Ulyukayev as saying that Russia
may see around $80 billion in net capital outflows in the first
half of the year.
(Reporting by Lidia Kelly; Editing by Alexander Winning)