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Ruble sign is to appear in 2011
29.10.2010 13:46
Ruble sign is to appear in 2011
Idea for ruble sign

Bank of Russia is to find its position towards graphic character for ruble, reports the source. Till now Russian national currency had not any own symbols.
      
      The Russian authorities are trying to introduce the sigh for ruble since 2007, when a special working group was created. The State Duma deputes involved there have chosen three variants, and these were introduced to representatives of Bank of Russia and government. All three are making play with the first character of the word ruble, looking like Latinic P.
      
      Among the national currencies having their own graphical sign are US dollar, EU euro, British pound and Japanese yen. Indian rupee obtained its own sigh this summer as well.
      
      Leading Russian designers, e.g. Artemy Lebedev suggested their ideas for ruble sign in 2007.
      
      lenta.ru
      www.artlebedev.ru
      
Author: Yulia Buzykina


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