The largest Russian metallurgical cartel, "Russian Steel", estimated losses of metallurgists in the coming years because of infrastructure restrictions of 500 billion rubles. Such a figure should save them from extortion in favor of the Kremlin, they hope.
Following the meeting of the owners of metallurgical and chemical companies with the presidential aide, Andrei Belousov, it was decided that 513 billion rubles should not be paid. The size of the "tribute" fell to 200-300 billion rubles under the sauce "investment in infrastructure."
The adviser of the president of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin intends personally to inform owners of companies the importance of putting them 513 billion rubles for the benefit of the state.
Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, Andrei Belousov, found where to take 537 billion rubles to finance the "May" decrees of the head of state. They will be taken from the profits of metallurgists, producers of fertilizers and Sibur.
PJSC Mechel plans to order an environmental audit of its enterprises from the Atmosphere Research Institute. No one doubts that Zyuzin's factories that are polluting the nature will be recognized as "environmentally safe".
But plans to develop a logistics center in Udmurtia remain in place.
Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Combine of Viktor Rashnikov outperformed the largest metallurgists. However, the purchase of metal for the construction of stadiums "weather" Russian manufacturers still did not do because of its modest volume - an average of about 100 thousand tons per year.
Rothschild & Co will help Oleg Deripaska find buyers for his stake in En + Group. Previously, the Rothschilds represented the interests of Peter Poroshenko, who wanted to sell a confectionery factory in Russia, but without success. With whom else did the European banking house work?
"Mechel" wants to return the money spent on supporting the Warsaw plant, and he claims that Zyuzin deceived him, and he falls asleep with his lawsuits.