Russia's for ex reserves up again in September

RUSSIA - Russia's international reserves grew 1.292bn dollars, or 2.9 per cent in September, to 45.619bn dollars from 44.327bn dollars.

The foreign exchange reserves rose from 40.596bn dollars to 41.887bn dollars in September, while the monetary gold reserves were almost unchanged at 3.732bn dollars as of 1 October, Interfax news agency.

The reserves grew by 8.997bn dollars in the first nine months of 2002. As of 1 August, Central Bank reserve data are published in line with new methods, where

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