Mostotrest may be awarded a contract to build a highway along the Black Sea coast to Sochi.
VTB fully bought out the share of a businessman in a television company.
According to the plan of Vladimir Putin, in three cities of Russia and the Crimea in the next four years they will build large cultural centers with a total cost of at least 120 billion rubles. Build them will be the company Stroygazmontazh.
A businessman's company can become a monopolist in the smart electricity meter market, estimated at 40–60 billion rubles a year.
How Crimea became a profitable business for Putin’s friends.
Roman Abramovich, Igor Sechin, Alisher Usmanov, Oleg Deripaska, Arkady and Boris Rotenberg were blacklisted by Russian oligarchs in the UK.
The Stroygazmontazh oligarch received contracts for the construction of cultural and museum complexes in Sevastopol, Vladivostok and Kaliningrad.
The company became the general partner of the Russian judo championship.
The Ministry of Transport proposes to delay the reconstruction of the Dzhubga-Sochi highway due to the high cost of the project and difficult implementation, the ministry said. The project is estimated at no less than 1.6 trillion rubles.
The head of the Russian Federation instructed the government to work out another crazy infrastructure project. Its cost will be preliminary 540 billion rubles, which is twice the estimate of the Crimean bridge.
The government allowed the transfer of rights to develop two deposits in Yamal, the company "RusGazAlliance."
The former wife of Putin's oligarch Arkady Rotenberg can also be banned for 12 years to manage any British companies.
The founder and former owner of Mosoblbank, transferred to the structures of the Rothenberg brothers, died in a colony where he served time for the theft of 68 billion rubles.
The company "TPS Real Estate", controlled by Lilia Rotenberg, sells a large shopping center Ocean Plaza.
The management of the bank refused to protect its specialists. German Gref called their report on Gazprom's inefficiency "a gross violation of ethical standards." Earlier, the bank had already apologized to Rosneft for its unbelievable Rosneft report: We Needed Talk About Igor in October 2017.
Sberbank CIB decided to dismiss analyst Alex Fack, who previously produced reports on Russian oil and gas companies. In the last report, he noted that Gazprom does not work in the interests of its shareholders, but in the interests of contractors - the companies of the Rothenberg clan and Gennady Timchenko.
Sberbank CIB accused Gazprom of infringing the interests of shareholders. According to banking analysts, Gazprom's largest contractors turned out to be the main beneficiaries of the expensive construction of the Siberia, Northern Stream-2 and Turkish Stream export pipelines. Their cost was 93.4 billion dollars.
Movement of cars on it will begin early in the morning on May, 16th.
The construction contractor, Stroygazmontazh, does not want to be responsible for these problems, but dumped everything on the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.
Forbes estimated the state of co-owner of the "Platon" Igor Rothenberg in 1 billion dollars.
The wife and children who are building the bridge in Crimea are the citizens of Great Britain.
The Center for the Study of Corruption and Organized Crime (OCCRP) learned how deeply rooted in the French Riviera one of the most infamous Russian oligarchs, Vladimir Putin's childhood friend Boris Rotenberg.
The Russian oligarch bought himself a new yacht.
Businessman Arkady Rotenberg intends to buy out a controlling stake in the structure of Russian Railways, one of Russia's largest contractors, Mostotrest.
Toxic Putin's oligarchs will be able to improve financial health at the expense of the gas corporation.
The businessman will launch an "entertaining and developing" project for Krugozor children on the basis of the Artek pioneer camp in the Crimea, as well as in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Investments in the project will exceed 4 billion rubles.
The companies owned by Arkady, Boris and Igor Rothenberg, in 2016, received the masters almost 600 billion rubles.