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Kremlin dismisses talk of ousting Nornickel President after fuel spill

Reuters Friday, 5 June 2020
The Kremlin dismissed on Friday the idea of ousting Norilsk Nickel President Vladimir Potanin after a Russian lawmaker said he should go following an Arctic fuel spill late last month.
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