Central Banking

Murdered Russian banker may have had phone tapped

The BBC Monitoring Service on Saturday 16 September reported a translation of a story on Russian NTV which said murdered Russian central banker Andrey Kozlov may have had his phone tapped and that up to tem people could have been involved in the killing.

"We start our bulletin with the latest information about the investigation of the murder of Andrey Kozlov, first deputy chairman of the Central Bank. A group of up to 10 people may have been involved in the murder. They were spying on Kozlov and

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