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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Putin Discloses Assets of $150,000

President Vladimir Putin has almost $150,000 in personal assets, spread across three bank accounts, shares in another bank, land in the Moscow region, a St. Petersburg apartment, two classic cars and a trailer, information released Friday by the Central Elections Commission shows.

Putin declared income as head of state of just over 2 million rubles (about $80,000).

Putin is a customer of Sberbank, in which he has an account holding $123.93, Vneshtorgbank, with an account balance of $22.66, and Baltiisky Bank, where he has $2,143 deposited. He owns 230 shares in St. Petersburg Bank.

Putin also has a 1.5-square-kilometer Moscow region land plot and a 77.7-square-meter St. Petersburg apartment.

He inherited his cars, a 1960 GAZ M-21 and a 1965 GAZ M-21P, from his father, although they have never been reregistered in the president's name.