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The Guardian Sunday 8 April, 2007

How Russia and its allies will be able to turn up

The gathering of Russia, Iran and other major international gas producers tomorrow in Qatar is an ominous one for the UK and other European countries.

The Financial Times Saturday 10 February, 2007

Yukos carve-up draws interest from Chevron

Chevron has said it is interested in buying assets held by Yukos, a Russian bankruptcy official said yesterday.

The Financial Times Tuesday 6 February, 2007

Khodorkovsky faces fresh charges

Russian prosecutors charged Mikhail Khodorkovsky,the jailed Yukos tycoon, with money-laundering and embezzlement yesterday.

Wall Street Journal Thursday 1 February, 2007

Russia Buyers Beware

In their enthusiasm for Russian stocks many Western investors seem to believe that with a few improvements these companies be just like any other.

The New York Times Sunday 20 August, 2006

Out of Siberia, a Russian Way to Wealth

Mr Deripaska wove his own empire from factories and mines that had been privatized individually by forcing out weaker owners.

The Telegraph Sunday 25 June, 2006

Rosneft float could be reversed, oligarch warns

The assets of Rosneft belong to the Russian people and could be seized by a future Russian government, according to Alexander Temerko, the former vice president of Yukos.

The Financial Times Friday 13 January, 2006

True nature of the bet Rosneft wants investors to make

Letter to the FT from Alexander Temerko ahead of the flotation of Rosneft.

The Telegraph Saturday 24 December, 2005

Ex-Yukos chief can stay in Britain

A former top executive in Russian oil giant Yukos will not be extradited, a judge ruled yesterday.

BBC News Friday 23 December, 2005

No extradition for Yukos official

A court in London has ruled that the former vice-president of oil giant Yukos cannot be extradited to Russia.

The Financial Times Friday 23 December, 2005

Judge refuses to extradite Russian former oil chief

A former senior executive of Yukos cannot be extradited to Russia because the case is politically motivated, a judge ruled on Friday.

The Times Friday 23 December, 2005

British judge snubs Russia’s ‘political’ extradition request

A British court today refused to extradite a former Vice President of the Yukos oil company.

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