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CBR trying to stick to orthodoxy

The post-meeting speech by Russia’s central bank (CBR) governor Elvira Nabiullina made clear that policymakers think sanctions and autarky are here to stay for the long term. But at the same time, officials at the CBR appear to want to revert back to their orthodox policy framework (e.g. rolling back capital controls) as soon as the economic circumstances allow.

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