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Putin puts forward little-known tax chief as new Russian PM - Kremlin

Reuters India Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday formally put forward Mikhail Mishustin, the little-known head of Russia's Federal Tax Service, to be Russia's new prime minister, the Kremlin said.
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