Daimler plans to build a new factory near Moscow. The German carmaker acts contrary to the market: car sales in Russia are falling and competitors are cutting investment.
Vitaly Maschitsky collected the shares of AvtoVAZ for Renault-Nissan, and the shares of Kamaz for Daimler.
Rating of the auto giant has been lowered to B1 with a negative outlook on the background of the extension of part-time work.
"Putin's entourage" siphoned off about $2 billion from Russia through a network of banks and shadow companies, according to the International Consortium for Investigative Journalism (ICIJ).
VEB and Rostec claim 23.5% of KamAZ shares intended for Daimler.
The automaker in Naberezhnye Chelny is forced to adjust its strategic plans literally on the move. It seems that it is time for Sergey Kogogin to immediately fire his analysts and financiers.