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Listen: US sanctions against Rosneft chief: limited impact so far, but could fall-out still hit markets?

Stuart Elliott, associate editorial director, and Rosemary Griffin, associate editor, discuss the move by Washington to add the CEO of Russia's Rosneft to its list of sanctions designed to put pressure on Moscow over the Ukraine crisis. Rosneft's business interests so far are unaffected, but could the fall-out of the new sanctions - and the threat of more - still have the potential to spook markets and deter future investment in Russia?


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