TOKYO, Dec 18 (PRIME)
Japanese firms to acquire 10% in Khabarovsk airport in FebruaryTOKYO, Dec 18 (PRIME) -- A consortium of Japanese companies Sojitz, JOIN, and JACTO plans to acquire a 10% stake in Khabarovsk International Airport in February 2019, Konstantin Basyuk, board of directors chairman of the airport’s operator Khabarovsk Airport, told PRIME on Tuesday, when he signed the deal with Sojitz CEO Masayoshi Fujimoto.
PRESS: Retailers warn food prices may grow due to high fuel costs
MOSCOW, Dec 18 (PRIME)Russian retailers have warned that food prices in the country may grow due to transportation companies’ increased costs on fuel, Kommersant business daily reported Tuesday citing a letter of associations of transport-logistics, production and trade companies to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Report: Russia has sufficient crude reserves for 23–25 years
MOSCOW, Dec 17 (PRIME)Russia has sufficient reserves to produce oil for 23–25 years, the Federal Mineral Resources Agency’s Director Yevgeny Kiselyov said in an interview with NTV television channel on Monday.
Polymetal sells 100% in Khakanja project for $30 mln
MOSCOW, Dec 17 (PRIME)Russian gold producer Polymetal International has sold its 100% stake in the Khakanja project in the Khabarovsk Region to a group of unrelated private Russian buyers for U.S. $30 million, the company said on Monday.
Runet protecting bill not to entail enormous spending from operators
NOVOSIBIRSK, Dec 18 (PRIME)The bill on protection of the Russian-speaking segment of the Internet, will not mean “fatal costs” for connection operators, as the budget will pay for the bulk of them, Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov, in charge of the telecommunications industry, told reporters on Tuesday.
MOSCOW, Dec 4 (PRIME) -- The euro may become an alternative payment means for trade settlements between Russia and Argentina, Russian ambassador to Argentina Dmitry Feoktistov said in an interview with PRIME released on Tuesday.