By Dmitry Zhdannikov and Alexandras Budrys MOSCOW, April 27 (Reuters) - Russia's richest man, Oleg Deripaska, has said he is convinced Vladimir Putin will remain fully in charge of Russia until 2020, even though he is stepping down as president on May 7. The media-shy business mogul, with interests stretching from metals and oil to airports and cement, also said that the West should stop fearing Russia. "I see no political risks (after May 7). Living in Russia makes me confident," he ...
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