Russia could spend 100 bln rubles of 2013 Reserve Fund if spending fulfilled - MinFin (Part 2)

November 2013
Russia & CIS Business & Financial Newswire;11/15/2013, p1
MOSCOW. Nov 15 (Interfax) - Russia could spend around 100 billion rubles of the 2013 Reserve Fund's resources if all budget spending is fulfilled, Deputy Finance Minister Tatyana Nesterenko told reporters.


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