Russia central bank deputy fears capital flight

The deputy governor of Russia's central bank Oleg Vyugin has said Russia could experience a significant increase in capital flight to $13 billion in the second half of this year, but he added that he could not definitively link the feared capital flight to the arrest of former YUKOS chief Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

Source: Reuters

Russia fears a big capital flight in the second half of the year after the arrest of the boss of oil giant YUKOS, the central bank's deputy chairman said in a newspaper

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