The Swedish Ingka Group, which owns the IKEA chain and Mega shopping centers, is looking for buyers for its real estate in Russia.
The case of attempted fraud and tax evasion by a businessman has been completed.
The owner of the Mega shopping center decided to recover from the administration 113 million rubles of overpayment for the lease.
Konstantin Ponomarev at first will be judged for an easy, and then for a serious crime.
The businessman is accused of fraud, the bribery of witnesses, the fabrication of evidence and non-payment of taxes. In addition to the episodes with IKEA, fraudulent deliveries of generators to the Crimea also appear in the case.
The former head of the Berezovsky's security service, Sergey Sokolov, has learned to "earn" through Forbes publications.
The Russian legislation is helpless against the court of Krasnaya village, Smolensk Oblast.
Konstantin Ponomarev has already seized a record sum of money by court action and demands additional 36 billion rubles from the Swedish corporation. Is it a gamble or pragmatic calculation?