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ATMs Dispensing Rubles Appeared In The Crimea
8.05.2014 14:11
ATMs Dispensing Rubles Appeared In The Crimea

First ATMs with cash rubles appeared in the Crimea.

      First ATMs dispensing rubles installed in the Crimean branch of the Russian National Commercial Bank (RNCB), ITAR-TASS reports referring to the head of one of the Simferopol bank branches. RNCB is the first Russian bank in the Crimea, whose ATMs dispense Russian money. The bank does not make loans yet, but Crimeans can already get a RNCB bank card.

      The bank is owned by Crimean Council of Ministers and is the region's largest financial institution.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: The Crimea     

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