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MOSCOW, March 22 (Itar-Tass) – Russian president’s chief economic adviser Elvira Nabiullina, whose candidacy for head of the Central Bank of Russia was supported by the United Russia faction, promises continuity in the policy of the bank, but does not rule out some changes.
“In my opinion, continuity in policy must be maintained, as the factor of trust is very important for the banking system,” she told reporters after a session of the faction behind closed doors. “But this does not mean that there will be no changes,” Nabiullina stressed.