Aleksandr Khandruev, first deputy chairman of the Russian Central Bank, looks to the future of Russia’s financial system with cautious optimism. After a series of major crises, the crash-prone ruble has settled down, and Russians are learning to trust their banks again. In a March interview with Virgis Pikturna, Khandruev discussed the work still to […]

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