The team is likely to be approved by President Vladimir Putin today and to start work tomorrow, the newspaper said.
Arkady Dvorkovich, a presidential aide, may become deputy premier in charge of industry, fuel and energy, transport and agriculture; Igor Shuvalov, the acting deputy prime minister, may keeps his responsibility for finance and state-asset sales, the newspaper said. Economy Minister Elvira Nabiullina is likely to leave her post and take a role in President Vladimir Putin’s administration, Vedomosti said.
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