MOSCOW, Sept 5 Two senior executives in
businesses controlled by Russian tycoon Viktor Vekselberg have
been detained by law enforcement officers, two sources close to
Vekselberg told Reuters.
A spokesman for Renova group, which manages Vekselberg's
assets, did not respond to questions about the detentions.
Russian law enforcement officers are conducting searches of
Vekselberg-owned businesses in Moscow. State investigators said
they were looking into allegations that bribes were paid to
officials in Russia's Komi region.
(Writing by Christian Lowe; Editing by Andrew Osborn)