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Documents indicate Russian state oil giant instructed justice official on outcomes
Dutch court overturns record $50bn awarded to former controlling shareholders
Conflict resumes between Kremlin and former oil mogul court as allegations fly
Exiled former tycoon refuses to answer summons in Moscow and alleges political motivation
Exiled former Yukos chief says he has become a nuisance to the Kremlin
Sergei Pugachev case will further complicate Russian efforts to rebuild its investment image
Kremlin’s retaliation threat seems to imply that it could go beyond seizing only state assets
Shareholders seek to collect damages, despite Kremlin’s refusal to pay
Move is part of attempt to enforce $50bn damages award to shareholders of bankrupt oil group
No payout from Russian state-controlled energy group
At a Russian-owned steakhouse in London, the oligarch who crossed Putin explains why he thinks the Kremlin’s current master cannot keep power for ever
Former oligarch seeks real democracy for Russia if Putin leaves office
What happens when the state shows a sudden interest in an oligarch’s company?
The decision raises questions about BP’s judgment
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