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Mikhail Borisovich Khodorkovsky

(b. 26 June 1963) is a Russian businessman. As of 2004, Khodorkovsky is the wealthiest man in Russia, and the 16th wealthiest man in the world, due primarily to his holding in the Russian petroleum company, Yukos. He is considered one of Russia's most powerful oligarchs.

On October 25, 2003, Khodorkovsky was arrested at gunpoint on a Siberian airport runway by the Russian prosecutor general's office, on charges of tax evasion. Shortly thereafter, on October 31, the government further took the unprecedented step of freezing shares of Yukos. The action against Khodorkovsky and Yukos appears to be a dramatic move on the part of the Kremlin to wrestle power back from the oligarchs, who made huge fortunes from the 1990s privatizations and now control an estimated 60% of the Russian economy. It may also show emergence of new business groups aimed at re-distributing Russian property again, this time strictly following the law and using law-enforcement agencies as a tool.

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... ma un'altra ragione potrebbe essere lo strascico del caso in corso che coinvolge rivendicazioni contro Mosca da azionisti della defunta compagnia petrolifera Yukos, fondata da Mikhail Khodorkovsky, che ha portato il congelamento dei beni russi all ...
The bank decision came as ongoing legal action involving claims against Moscow from shareholders of defunct oil firm Yukos, which was founded by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, has led to the freezing of Russian assets abroad, including those of state media.

Are Trump and Pence even aware that Putin sent his most powerful political opponent, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, to Siberia for 10 years on trumped-up tax charges?
When Russian president Vladimir Putin, whose leadership Trump so admires, had the oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky jailed, in 2004, it was ostensibly for tax evasion.

... interests, driven by motivations that have nothing to do with rule of law, anti-corruption and more to do with suppressing freedom of expression," said Mr. Amsterdam, who in the past has represented political prisoners such as Russia's Mikhail ...
Amsterdam & Partners is managed by Canadian lawyer Robert Amsterdam, who has also represented Russian billionaire Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the owner of former Russian oil group Yukos. More recently, the Republic of Turkey appointed Amsterdam to ...
It was also just a few months after law enforcement officials dramatically arrested Mikhail Khodorkovsky, head of what was then Russia's biggest oil company Yukos.
That situation was widely compared to the controversial case against former Yukos chief Mikhail Khodorkovsky that saw him jailed for a decade on tax evasion changes critics say were politically motivated as his company was sold off.
"The behavior of two Russian citizens - Mikhail Kasyanov and Mikhail Khodorkovsky - was very typical at this point. Kasyanov had served as the prime minister before 2003.
... arrest even before her party won the 1990 election), Egypt's Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (who overthrew and imprisoned President Mohamed Morsi in 2013), and Russia's Vladimir Putin (who in 2003 arrested Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a wealthy political adversary).
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, whom The Economist has called "the Kremlin's leading critic in exile" is a former Russian oligarch jailed for a decade in Putin-controlled Russia on charges that critics of the Kremlin have called politically motivated.
A prominent example: Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a former oligarch and Putin opponent, spent 10 years in prison on charges many believe were politically motivated.
As the controversial case of re-nationalisation was unfolding, many commentators feared that extracting Bashneft from Sistema was the new "Yukos case", referring to the jailing of oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky and the ensuing firesale of the company's ...
As the controversial case of re-nationalisation was unfolding, many commentators feared that extracting Bashneft from Sistema was the new "Yukos case", referring to the jailing of oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky and the ensuing firesale of the company's ...

Roman Popkov, who works for exiled oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, said he thought the video was "s**t because it imparts the puny, vulgar Russian elite, which has nothing to do with aesthetics, beauty or romanticism".
Yukos Oil was dismantled after its chief executive Mikhail Khodorkovsky was convicted of fraud and tax evasion, in a case widely believed to be politically motivated retaliation for Khodorkovsky's funding of candidates who opposed Russian president ...
Roman Popkov, who works for exiled oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, said he thought the video was "shit because it imparts the puny, vulgar Russian elite, which has nothing to do with aesthetics, beauty or romanticism".
London (Agence France-Presse) - Control of Mikhail Khodorkovsky's shares in the Russian oil giant Yukos have passed to renowned banker Jacob Rothschild, under a deal they concluded prior to Mr. Khodorkovsky's arrest, the Sunday Times reported.
In termini di seggi, si tratta di circa 338 Sui totali 450. Un segnale per il partito Russia Unita del presidente che tuttavia avanza nello schema del nuovo parlamento conquistando seggi nei collegi uninominali. Che cosa significa questo voto in Crimea?
... essere riferita alle posizioni del variegato fronte interno d'opposizione, al cui interno militano candidati apertamente sostenuti, ad esempio, da Open Russia, l'organizzazione creata da Mikhail Khodorkovsky, l'ex oligarca trasformatosi in arci ...
... essere riferita alle posizioni del variegato fronte interno d'opposizione, al cui interno militano candidati apertamente sostenuti, ad esempio, da Open Russia, l'organizzazione creata da Mikhail Khodorkovsky, l'ex oligarca trasformatosi in arci ...
Yukos, one of the biggest oil and gas companies in the world was sold for one ruble by the late Yeltsin to Mikhail Khodorkovsky, in a drunken stupor. Realising the importance of the company to the Russian economy, Putin did not hesitate to reverse this ...
He and his good friend Mikhail Khodorkovsky started a company called Menatep, or Yukos, which back in the 1990s they saw as the bearer of the kinds of values that you describe.
After Vladimir Putin first took his seat in the Kremlin, the sanctity of fundamental freedoms gradually deteriorated and efforts were made to once again rewrite history.
A pro-democracy group founded by exiled Kremlin critic and former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky has launched a project to fund online media startups.
There was the release of billionaire turned political prisoner Mikhail Khodorkovsky. There was the slaying of prominent opposition figure Boris Nemtsov.
Yukos, one of the biggest oil and gas companies in the world, was sold for one ruble by the late Yeltsin to Mikhail Khodorkovsky in a drunken stupor. Realizing the importance of the company to the Russian economy, Putin did not hesitate to reverse this ...
Kukes headed Yukos Corp. for a year starting in June 2003, replacing Putin foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the wealthiest man in Russia at the time.
His resume includes head of Yukos, ousting President Vladimir Putin's enemy Mikhail Khodorkovsky; president and CEO of Russia's Tyumen oil company; general director of Lukoil subsidiary ZAO Samara-NAFTA; and partner at New York-based oil and gas ...
In 1998, he was hired to lead Tyumen, a large Russian oil producer, as president and CEO; in 2003, Kukes returned to Yukos on the heels of the high-profile ouster of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the company's president and then the richest man in Russia.
Kukes headed Yukos Corp. for a year starting in June 2003, replacing Putin foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the wealthiest man in Russia at the time.
The parade of witnesses will no doubt be a who's who of professional Russia-haters: Michael Weiss, whose "journalistic" activities are funded by the son of Russian oligarch - and accused embezzler and murderer - Mikhail Khodorkovsky; Cathy Young, ...
The young democratic activists supported by Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Open Russia movement polled on average 4 percent of the vote, with those in Moscow and St. Petersburg at 8 percent.
Early in his presidency Putin pursued a policy of unification in Russia. As the dailymail reports, he ordered the arrest of the Rothschild billionaire oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky who had made Rothschild, Henry Kissinger and Arthur Hartman all ...
As a former oligarch now living in effective exile from Russia, Mikhail Khodorkovsky only appeals to Western Pundits and is also unelectable - and also just took himself out of the 2018 race.
He ordered the arrest of the Rothschild backed oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky who had made Rothschild, Henry Kissinger and Arthur Hartman directors of the Open Russia foundation.
... in the current Duma, lost a Moscow race to Gennady Onishchenko, a controversial and Kremlin-loyal former chief public-health official, and Maria Baronova, one of several candidates backed by exiled former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, also fell ...
The young democratic activists supported by Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Open Russia movement polled on average 4 percent of the vote, with those in Moscow and St. Petersburg at 8 percent.
Beginning in 2004 Rosneft grew dramatically through the acquisition of assets of Yukos, a once-dominant E&P company controlled by oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Throughout the 2000s further assets were acquired and a 2006 IPO provided $10.7 billion ...
The dynamic and dedicated democrat Boris Nemtsov was assassinated near the Kremlin's walls; oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sent to a Siberian jail for a decade; anticorruption fighter Alexei Navalny received a suspended prison sentence on ...
... Yabloko party, scored less than 2 percent of the vote, and will now lose out on government funding. The liberal-democratic PARNAS party failed to get 1 percent, and most of the candidates supported by exiled oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky were wiped ...
The dynamic and dedicated democrat Boris Nemtsov was assassinated near the Kremlin's walls; oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sent to a Siberian jail for a decade; anticorruption fighter Alexei Navalny received a suspended prison sentence on ...
She did not hide the fact that she had been financed by the exiled oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Putin's number one enemy, known in Russia as 'Hodor.
The dynamic and dedicated democrat Boris Nemtsov was assassinated near the Kremlin's walls; oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sent to a Siberian jail for a decade; anticorruption fighter Alexei Navalny received a suspended prison sentence on ...
Oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sent to a Siberian jail. Anticorruption fighter Alexei Navalny received a suspended prison sentence on trumped-up charges.
Nothing that would render the elections unlawful, at least in the big cities," exiled opposition activist and former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who spent a decade in a Russian prison and whose Open Russia movement is backing a handful of candidates ...
Putin foe and former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, whose Open Russia group employs Baronova and has financed part of her campaign, calls the election a "tactical concession" rather than a real thaw in politics.


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