Source Pravda.Ru

Foreign currency exchange rates fixed by Central Bank of Russia - 6 November, 2002

The Central Bank of Russia fixed, effective November 7th, 2002, the following rates of exchange of foreign currencies to the rouble of the Russian Federation:

1 Australian dollar 17.8356 roubles 1 British pound sterling 49.4969 roubles 1,000 Belarussian roubles 16.7752 roubles 10 Danish krone 42.5183 roubles 1 US dollar 31.7756 roubles 1 EURO 31.6135 roubles 100 Icelandic krones 36.3524 roubles 100 Kazakh tenge 20.5747 roubles 1 Canadian dollar 20.4056 roubles 10 Norwegian krones 42.9284 roubles 1 unit of conditional drawing rights 42.2682 roubles 1 Singapore dollar 18.0348 roubles 1,000,000 Turkish liras 19.3577 roubles 10 Ukrainian hryvnias 58.7436 roubles 10 Swedish kronas 34.6287 roubles 1 Swiss franc 21.5940 roubles 100 Japanese yen 25.9435 roubles

The foreign currency exchange rates to the rouble of the Russian Federation are fixed for the purposes of accounting and customs duty payments and entail no obligation on the part of the Bank of Russia to buy or sell the currencies according to the above rates.

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