Putin’s Reelection Drive Leans on Resilient Russian Economy

As Vladimir Putin gears up for reelection, Russia’s economy remains stable, despite sanctions. Prices for imported goods surge, but domestic products fill gaps. Inflation hovers at 7%, yet the economy is forecasted to grow 2.6% this year. Massive military spending and subsidized mortgages fuel economic momentum. Putin’s reelection strategy heavily relies on economic stability, a key factor for voters amidst global tensions.