Bank of Russia names G-20 summit co-ordinator as first deputy governor

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Bank of Russia has appointed Ksenia Yudayeva as its new first deputy governor, rounding up a reshuffle that saw her predecessor, Alexei Ulyukayev, put in charge of the economy ministry and then-economics minister Andrei Belousov appointed chief economic adviser to Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, earlier this year. Elvira Nabiullina, who held that position prior to Belousov, in turn took the reins of the central bank.

Yudayeva, who co-ordinated the recent G-20 meetings in Russia, will be "res

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