Inflation control a priority for Russia's c bank

Containing inflation is a top priority for the Central Bank of Russia in the implementation of its monetary- financing policy, Central Bank First Deputy Chairman Oleg Vyugin said Wednesday.

"In carrying out monetary-financing policy we always gave priority to containing inflation. It is another matter that the aims set to achieve this are not too ambitious," he said.

The government and Central Bank aim to achieve inflation of 10%- 12% in 2003, compared with 15.1% in 2002.

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