Financial Times: Russia’s privatisation efforts fall foul of state meddling

by www.kyivpost.com

Russia’s government is expected this week to set in train the sale of a 19.5 percent stake in state-controlled Rosneft, the world’s largest quoted crude oil producer. The move comes shortly after Rosneft bought another state-controlled oil group, Bashneft, Russia’s sixth-biggest producer. The two transactions, with Bashneft sold for $5.2 billion and the Rosneft stake […]

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