Prosecutors have accused Alexander Alexeyev, a deputy head of the Moscow city branch of the Central Bank, of extending the loan to collapsed giant SBS-Agro bank during the financial crisis four years ago.
Moscow's Moskvoretsky district court acquitted Alexeyev in May, ruling that he released the loan in complia
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