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Russian central bank invites banks to talk back

Russia's central bank has started a discussion forum on its web site which aims to establish dialogue with the banking community and improve the quality of central bank decisions.

Source: The Moscow Times

The Central Bank of Russia has opened a discussion forum on its web site that it hopes will spark a constructive dialogue with the banking community it oversees.

Visitors to the web site www.cbr.ru can scroll to the bottom of the page to find a link to its draft initiatives. The bank says it will

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