"I don't think the reserves will grow as fast as they did last year because how much foreign exchange enters Russia depends so much on oil prices," Oleg Vyugin, a central bank first deputy chairman, told Interfax. "We'd venture to say that the reserves will be about $55 billion," Vyugin forecast.
He recalled that in 2002, the gold and fo
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