Most important to sell currency rhythmically and stably, avoid exchange rate spikes, Medvedev tells exporters

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said it was necessary to sell currency rhythmically and stably to avoid spikes in the ruble's exchange rate.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said it was necessary to sell currency rhythmically and stably to avoid spikes in the ruble's exchange rate.

"The Prime Minister [Medvedev] instructed the heads of companies that the main task is to rhythmically and stably sell currency to avoid spikes in the ruble's exchange rate," the government's press service said after a meeting between Medvedev and the heads of exporting companies.

The Cabinet of Ministers said that during the meeting, "companies shared their plans for future sales of currency revenue."

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