20 March 2002 MOSCOW, 20 March (Gazeta.Ru)–Russia’s new Central Bank chairman and former first deputy finance minister, Sergei Ignatiev, pledged today to pursue the same “reasonable policies” as his predecessor, after the State Duma overwhelmingly endorsed his candidature. The Russian lower house had previously accepted Viktor Gerashchenko’s resignation from the post. Gerashchenko thanked the Duma […]

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