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Bogdanchikov to Stay

Rosneft CEO Sergei Bogdanchikov said Wednesday that he has no plans to leave the country’s largest oil producer.

Bogdanchikov called reports saying otherwise “unfounded rumors,” Interfax reported from Krasnoyarsk where Bogdanchikov is traveling with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin, who is also Rosneft’s chairman. 


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