Thomson ReutersMarch 11, 2013 06:45
* Former economy minister emerges as compromise candidate
* Seen as loyal to Putin, lacks political profile
* Kremlin wants rate cuts to boost flagging growth
By Darya Korsunskaya
MOSCOW, March 11 (Reuters) - Kremlin aide Elvira Nabiullina may take charge of Russia's central bank, two sources close to the matter said, installing a technocrat willing to act on President Vladimir Putin's call for monetary stimulus to boost growth.