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MOSCOW, March 2. /TASS/. Russian businessman Vladimir Potanin, who is the CEO and one of the main shareholders of Norilsk Nickel mining enterprise, and also president of the InterRos Holding, has topped a list of the richest people in Russia, according to the Forbes rating released on Monday.
Potanin with his assets estimated at $14.8 billion, ranks 60th on the list of the wealthiest men on the planet, according to the Forbes rating.
In 2014 Vladimir Potanin was the eighth among 200 wealthiest people in the world with his assets estimated at $ 12.6 billion. Vladimir Potanin is the richest among 85 Russian billionaires included in the Forbes rating.