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Rosneft Board Nominated

Gazprombank managing board chairman Andrei Akimov could replace Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin on the board of directors of Rosneftegaz.

The decision to include Akimov on the candidate list for Rosneftegaz's board as the representative of the government, as well as on the company's audit committee, is included in a government order dated June 30.

According to the order, Sechin, who earlier was the board's chairman, has been excluded from the list of candidates for Rosneftegaz's board of directors.

Rosneftegaz is the holder of the state share packets in Rosneft and Gazprom.

(Interfax)

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