BP Learns Not To Mess With Russia Oil company BP appears to be getting run out of Russia. The CEO of BP Russia is now running the company from an undisclosed location in Eastern Europe. He's afraid of being harassed inside the country. This is not the first time a foreign company has been muscled out.
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BP Learns Not To Mess With Russia

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BP Learns Not To Mess With Russia

BP Learns Not To Mess With Russia

BP Learns Not To Mess With Russia

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Oil company BP appears to be getting run out of Russia. The CEO of BP Russia is now running the company from an undisclosed location in Eastern Europe. He's afraid of being harassed inside the country. This isn't the first time that a foreign company has been muscled out.

Alex Chadwick speaks with Hermitage fund director Bill Browder. He found his visa cancelled and his office ransacked after he looked a little too closely at the records of some big Russian companies.