Medvedev: the Ruble will remain freely convertible currency

Medvedev: the Ruble will remain freely convertible currencyRussian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said the policy of the Central Bank the right and rejected the idea of abandoning free convertibility of the national currency, the correspondent .According to him, this measure will revive the "black market" exchange and will contribute to the consistent destruction of the market. He said that the Central Bank is doing everything right and declared the inviolability of foreign exchange reserves: "We are not going to spend foreign exchange reserves and we have enough economic mechanisms to ensure the stability of the ruble".Medvedev said that the country would have a positive balance, even in bad conditions.The Central Bank and the government is doing everything right, but the main reason is total distrust and myths about Russia as the enemy of civilization. In the economy intervened policy, Medvedev said. Now Russia pays for globalization, being at the intersection of several crises, triggered by three main factors: consequences of the decline of 2008, external economic and political effects and internal problems.



Похожие статьи

Ваше имя
Ваша почта
Город, область
Рассылка комментариев





Ввести код:
  • Sands: the West is trying to achieve the overthrow of Putin
  • Associate of Khodorkovsky: Shamil Basayev is a very sincere guy who'd fought for Ukraine
  • Poachers in the Tyumen region for the year illegally hunted 98 ROE, 20 elk and 15 wild boars
  • Beaten on the eve of the doctors ambulance re-hospitalized: the doctor-the resuscitation and driver physicians have noted deterioration
  • In Serov social worker robbed an 81-year-old pensioner
  • Obama asks Congress to approve a military operation against IG
  • Western scientist: the Alliance will be dissolved, with the Empire of Washington will be gone
  • Tazovsky district of Yamal helped Ukrainian refugees by half a million rubles
  • In 2015 in the Sverdlovsk region will have a test centres for the delivery standards TRP
  • Emergency on mine in Kushva: the question about helping families