By Douglas Busvine MOSCOW, June 20 (Reuters) - Don't say it too loudly but, despite the jailing of YUKOS boss Mikhail Khodorkovsky, business for many investors in Russia is great. Foreign executives may have felt deep unease at the nine-year rap for fraud and tax evasion handed down last month against Russia's once-richest man. But they have drawn their lessons and are voting with their dollars. Trade groups, PR advisers and business consultants -- on the front line between investors ...
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