15 September 1997 After accusing a former senior government official of diverting $500 million from the Russian budget, Central Bank Chairman Sergei Dubinin appeared to be the honest whistle-blower on what was being called the largest-ever banking scandal in Russia. As part of a criminal investigation, Andrei Vavilov, former deputy finance minister, was slated for […]

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