Propping Up Russia's Banks

NPR's Michele Keleman reports from Moscow on Russia's Central Bank, which has been criticized for helping to cause Russia's current financial crisis. The Central Bank's new chairman, Viktor Gerashchenko faces the responsibility of trying to keep commercial banks from going out of business.

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