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Nine of ten consumers had agreed to switch to euros, may be later contracts will be switch to roubles, the oil company's head Alexander Dyukov says.
MOSCOW, June 06./ITAR-TASS/. Gazprom Neft had signed additional agreements with consumers on a possible switch from dollars to euros for payments under contracts, the oil company's head Alexander Dyukov told a press conference.
"Additional agreements of Gazprom Neft on the possibility to switch contracts from dollars to euros are signed. With Belarus, payments in roubles are agreed on," he said.
originally posted by: ThePublicEnemyNo1
a reply to: Necrose
I could be wrong, but last time I checked the Russians didn't consider themselves to be European in financial terms.
I don't know...just what I 👉 recall
originally posted by: TheLegend
a reply to: Xcouncil=wisdom
90-95% of US notes printed every year are actually to replace tattered bills. E.g. a $10 bill only lasts about 4 years in circulation before being replaced.
A reserve currency (or anchor currency) is a currency that is held in significant quantities by governments and institutions as part of their foreign exchange reserves, and that is commonly used in international transactions.