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MOSCOW, October 5 (Itar-Tass) —— The Central Bank of Russia left unchanged the capital outflow forecast set at about 36 billion dollars in 2011, Chairman of the Central Bank Sergei Ignatyev told reporters on Wednesday.
“We do not change it. We left the forecasting report unchanged,” he said. “We passed the forecasting report several days ago, but new information appeared that we had not analyzed yet. We will discuss it and will make it clear,” Ignatyev added.
The Central Bank passed the bill on the guidelines of the state monetary policy in 2012 and for the planned period of 2013-2014 in the State Duma in the previous week.
Several banking experts believe that Russia will hardly meet an official capital outflow forecast.