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The cooperation with CFETS on promoting the Russian ruble on the Chinese internal foreign exchange market enables the branch to provide ruble clearing services to Chinese financial institutions and carry out a wide range of customer operations in the Russian ruble in the People s Republic of China.
Summary: A 29-year-old Russian visitor has been sentenced to two years in prison and fined Dh10,000 by the Court of First Instance for smuggling 952 fake notes of 5,000 Russian Rubles (RUB) for circulation in the country.
805 million som, 18,000 Russian rubles, $6,231, and 900 Euro were found in the safe in the chairman's office during the search.
MOSCOW, August 10, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Russian ruble lost more than 2.
More than 19 countries attended the Dagestan economic forum where 80 investment projects worth some 190 billion Russian Rubles were presented at the forum in Kaspiysk.
Belarus says it has enough local currency to make the payment but lacks enough Russian rubles in its state accounts to make the required conversion.
The bank enabled its customers to open Russian ruble accounts in July 2009.
A higher exchange rate of the Russian ruble against the euro would be the biggest short-term share price trigger for the company, analyst Gerald Walek said.