Belarusian Ruble

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Belarusian Ruble

The currency of Belarus. It was issued in 1992, existing alongside the Soviet ruble for several months but eventually replacing it. It has been subject to high inflation. For most of its history, the currency has been variously tied to the U.S. dollar and the Russian ruble.
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BGB's loan portfolio grew 22% in 9M09 mostly as a result of the devaluation of the Belarusian rouble (BYR) reflecting a high share of foreign currency lending (63% of gross loans at end-Q309).
IMF assistance led to devaluation of the Belarusian Rouble, forcing foreign owned telecom operators to raise tariffs.
ClickPress, Mon Sep 21 2015] Belarusian rouble keeps getting stronger in 2013-2014, with less devaluation against major currencies.
USPRwire, Mon Aug 24 2015] The condition of the Belarus economy keeps improving in 2014, with the Belarusian rouble getting stronger, with less drastic devaluation against major currencies.

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