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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Naibullina, showed a great figure in miminum the roller of the Central Bank

The Central Bank of Russia started active development of social networks. In particular, the Agency launched a series of videos in which citizens in an accessible form explain the principles of operation of the domestic economy. The heroine of the first movie was the head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina.

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The video series is called “understand the economy”. The message of the regulator noted that economic terms have long settled in the daily lives of Russians, but not all understand their value.

“If you wanted to understand, but didn’t know how, you will help a series of short videos,” reads the announcement.

In the first clip, the head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina told about monetary policy. While she stood at full height, as if leading telediagnose, showing a great figure. According to her, government’s actions are aimed at maintaining price stability, ensuring employment of the population and the growth of the real sector of the economy.

Nabiullina noted that the high rate of inflation, no long-term plans because the business is afraid to invest in the development, and ordinary citizens — to preserve. Therefore, the Central Bank controls inflation through the key rate.

“The effect of the key rate is not immediate, therefore, setting the key rate, we are guided not only by the current state of the economy, but also our forecasts,” – said Nabiullina.

Only the Central Bank intends to issue seven of rollers with their participation and outside experts. On the eve of the regulator opened a page in Facebook and Twitter.

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