• In the American black list will get the largest Russian banks

  • Under the new us sanctions, the introduction of which was announced on Thursday, September 11, President Barack Obama will go Sberbank five largest banks. For them will be limited access to American capital reports Reuters citing an informed source.

    Sberbank, according to the Agency, will lose the ability to borrow in the United States for longer than 30 days. New restrictions, in addition to Sberbank will also be imposed on VTB, Gazprombank, Bank of Moscow , Vnesheconombank and the Russian agricultural Bank, which have already been sanctioned.

    On Thursday, U.S. President Barack Obama announced his intention to introduce the following new EU restrictions against Moscow. They will affect the energy, financial and defense sectors.

    In late July, the U.S. and EU have imposed sanctions against the financial sector. Under them were Sberbank, Gazprombank, Vnesheconombank, VTB and Rosselkhozbank. U.S. citizens were forbidden to do with these banks financial transactions for a period of more than 90 days.

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