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Yukos remained under pressure this week, with further moves against shareholders and managers.
On 27 January, senior Russian prosecutor Yuri Biryukov confirmed that three leading shareholders and top managers--Leonid Nevzlin, Mikhail Brudno and Vladimir Dubov--have been put on an Interpol wanted list, accused of tax evasion. Seven other managers and shareholders join them.
Nevzlin has been charged with illegally acquiring shares in Yukos subsidiary Eastern Oil, which includes 355,000 b/d producer Tomskneft and the 130,000 b/d Achinsk refinery. Biryukov claims the state lost $39mn through Nevzlin's alleged actions.
Tomskneft is Yukos' main production …