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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Gref: the government of the Soviet Union robbed depositors of the savings Bank in 1991


Spending in 1991, a currency reform of the Minister Pavlov, the Soviet authorities robbed the savings Bank and its depositors, the head of financial-credit organization German Gref in communicating with users “Vkontakte”. According to him, the authorities withdrew the funds. Gref also agreed that this should be paid compensation — even, perhaps, a stock savings Bank.

“But the problem is that the payer should not be Sberbank, and the state”, – said Gref.

“Pavlovsk reform” implied the withdrawal from circulation of 50 and 100-ruble notes of the sample 1961 with their exchange for a smaller sample of the same year or the same notes 1991 release. The exchange was accompanied by restrictions on the amount of cash withdrawals (1,000 rubles per person), while the deposits in the savings Bank were frozen. The exchange was given only three days.

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