Interviews & Opinions
Official says RussiaЦS. Korea railway link can cost over $4 bln
MOSCOW, Jul 18 (PRIME) -- Investment in a rail link between the Russian Trans-Siberian railway and the Trans-Korean railway can exceed U.S. $4 billion significantly, RussiaТs ambassador to North Korea Alexander Matsegora told PRIME in an interview released on Wednesday.
INTERVIEW: EAEU members to win from joint digital transformations
MOSCOW, Jul 2 (PRIME) -- Digitalization will modernize economies of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and speed up growth rates of their gross domestic products (GDP), and it will be more advantageous to fulfil the digital agenda jointly, Tigran Sarkisyan, chairman of the board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), said in an interview, released on Monday.
INTERVIEW: Fin min opposes extension of bank cap raise via OFZs
MOSCOW, Jun 25 (PRIME) -- The Russian Finance Ministry sees no need in prolonging a banking capital increase through state OFZ bonds after 2025 albeit banks are returning the money slowly, Deputy Minister Alexei Moiseyev told PRIME in an interview released on Monday.
INTERVIEW: Gazprombank sees new IPOs, SPOs on Russian market in 2018
MOSCOW, Jun 13 (PRIME) Ц There will be initial public offerings (IPOs) and secondary public offerings (SPOs) in 2018 in Russia, Gazprombank First Vice President Denis Shulakov told PRIME in an interview published on June 10.
INTERVIEW: Wintershall looking for new projects in Russia
MOSCOW, Jun 5 (PRIME) -- GermanyТs Wintershall is searching for new projects in Russia, Thilo Wieland, member of the companyТs board of executive directors responsible for E&P in Russia, said in an interview with PRIME on Tuesday.
INTERVIEW: Tele2 hopes antitrust to ease approach on natl roaming
MOSCOW, Jun 1 (PRIME) -- Russian mobile operator T2 RTK Holding, working under the Tele2 brand, hopes the Federal Antimonopoly Service will meet it halfway on the matter of the abolition of national roaming, keeping in mind that the operator does not work in all regions of the country, the operatorТs CEO Sergei Emdin told PRIME in an interview, released on Friday.
INTERVIEW: Cbanker: Troubled banks transfer 2 tln rbl assets to bad assets fund
MOSCOW, May 31 (PRIME) -- Russian banks that are currently being bailed out have transferred assets totaling 2.07 trillion rubles to the newly-created fund of bad and non-core assets, Central Bank Deputy Chairman Vasily Pozdyshev told PRIME in an interview released on Thursday.