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Brexit drives Russian investors across Atlantic

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 - 05:50

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Mr Fridman and his three fellow Alfa Group billionaires are looking at the US, where they see a clear stream of profit in ever-higher spending on health care.

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MIKHAIL Fridman cashed out of his Russian oil venture near the top of the market and moved to London to build an empire in calmer climes. Then "Brexit" struck, reinforcing his determination to keep heading west.

With Britain's decision to leave the European Union and

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