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VIENNA, June 7 (Itar-Tass) - RZB Chief Executive Walter Rothensteiner dismissed on Friday reports that RZB subsidiary Raiffeisen Bank International plans to withdraw from the Russian market.
Presenting the new head of Raiffeisen Bank International, Karl Sevelda, he said at a news conference that information about a planned withdrawal from the markets of Eastern Europe, including Russia, was not true.
Moreover, according to the new chief executive of Raiffeisen International, the company sees the markets of Russia, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic as the most promising.