NBU chief downbeat on common currency idea

The acting head of the National Bank of Ukraine, Arsen Yatsenyuk, said in an interview that there can be no question of introducing a common currency with Russia.

Yatsenyuk said in the interview with newspaper Den on 29 October, when asked how much the NBU had spent to support the hryvnya rate, "Ukraine has considerable currency reserves today. At the beginning of this year we came up against phenomena caused by the NBU's strenuous activity in buying up currency. After all, buying up currency is

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