The investigation may recognize as fictitious the transactions of the former owner of Bank Ugra and the owner of the pharmaceutical holding Viktor Kharitonin.
The state company sold Viktor Kharitonin a stake in PET-technology.
His Cypriot company Augment Investments, which owns the main producer of arbidol in Russia - Otisipharm, as well as Pharmstandard, is being liquidated.
The company lost the dispute to Native.
The former shareholder of Pharmstandard has now become the largest shareholder of the British start-up CMR. The enterprise plans to compete with already existing robots-surgeons da Vinci.
The company of former senator Boris Spiegel is being ousted from the Russian pharmaceutical market.
Minorities of "Pharmstandard" have seized from the main owners of the company 540 million rubles.
The multi-billion government contracts are obtained by mysterious contractors without tenders.
Pharmstandard put $1 million into the company Genotek, which is engaged in DNA research. Among the shareholders of the company are the former head of the presidential administration Alexander Voloshin, co-owner of the agricultural holding Rusagro Maxim Basov and a partner of Safmar Ventures.
Nürburgring race track for Formula 1 is called "Green Hell": dozens of drivers died on in. But for Viktor Kharitonin the track is, first of all, profitable business.
The officers of the Federal Drug Control Service conducted a special operation to curb the supply chain of large quantities of cocaine from St. Petersburg to Bashkiria. Nevertheless, the situation with drug addiction in Russia is critical.