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NZ doubles down on bans and sanctions on the Putin-adjacent

Newly targeted Russian billionaire Alexander Abramov sanctioned but his assets are not frozen.

Alexander Abramov seen here with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Dita De Boni Tue, 11 Oct 2022

Russian billionaire Alexander Abramov, thought to be currently somewhere in the Mediterranean or Switzerland, can now add New Zealand to the list of countries that have subjected him to sanctions.

When Australia added Abramov to its sanctions list in April this year, Abramov sued the country’s

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