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The Central Bank does not plan to carry out monetary reforms

The Central Bank does not plan to carry out monetary reforms
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The Central Bank of Russia does not plan to carry out monetary reforms, including denominations. The Central Bank does not consider any restrictions and changes.

It is reported RIA News" with reference to a statement by the Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation Elvira Nabiullina. According to her, there is no reason to change anything with the denominations of Russian notes. Earlier, the initiative to hold a denomination in Russia 100 times was made by the head of the Alpari information-analytical center Alexander Razuvaev.

In May, the Central Bank reported that accelerating price increases due to the weakening ruble in Russia stopped. In early July, the cash volume in the country exceeded 11,6 trillion rubles.

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