GDP - Belarusian GDP growth since 1995 and estimate for 2007
The currency of Belarus is the Belarusian ruble (BYR). The currency was introduced in May of 1992, replacing the Soviet ruble. The ruble was reintroduced with new values in 2000 and has been in use since. As part of the Union of Russia and Belarus, there has been discussion between both states to use a single currency along the same lines as the Euro. This has led to the suggestion that the Belarusian ruble to be discontinued in favor of the Russian ruble (RUB), starting on 1 January 2008. At last reports in August of 2007, the National Bank of Belarus will decide not to peg the Belarusian ruble to the Russian ruble. The banking system of Belarus is composed of thirty state owned banks and one privatized bank.
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