The ruble corridor is Russia’s first defense of its currency. But the country might not be able to maintain the ruble’s value without increasing inflation by THOMAS SIGEL IN A MOVE TO INCREASE investors’ confidence and promote economic stability, the Russian government and the Central Bank of Russia fixed the ruble’s exchange rate against the […]

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