The Federal Tax Service announced a debt of half a billion rubles. Unicredit and Rosbank were asked to wait until 2023.
The Renova group of Viktor Vekselberg decided to leave the business of growing vegetables in greenhouses. The complexes, in the construction of which they promised to invest 25 billion rubles, will be sold to the profile player.
After the construction of Gagarin, airport charges in the Saratov region increased several times.
The New York court rejected the ex-Senator Leonid Lebedev’s lawsuit against billionaires Viktor Vekselberg and Leonard Blavatnik.
“Airports of the Regions” propose to take the first step towards the liquidation of OJSC Rostov-on-Don Airport
Victor Vekselberg’s cousin Andrew Intrater sued the US Treasury. Because of the sanctions against the billionaire relative, the authorities froze Intrater’s assets. He is confident that this violates the US Constitution.
What is owned by relatives of Valerian Mazaraki - the person involved in the investigations of journalist Ivan Golunov.
Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg gave the first big interview after falling under US sanctions. He told why it became for him a “total life crisis”, why he attended Trump's inauguration and why he could no longer be a “man of the world.”
Renova did not agree with the assessment of its energy company.
As a partner, Vekselberg increased his fortune by half.
The increase in charter capital by a million times may be due to relocation to the Russian jurisdiction or tax optimization, experts say.
Omsk Airport will be transferred outside the city, and the vacant 650 hectares of the territory will be built up with residential and commercial real estate.
The billionaire partner in UC Rusal Victor Vekselberg still intends to visit the forum.
He was expelled from the MIT Board of Trustees. This happened shortly after the billionaire came under US sanctions.
Sanctions and falling ruble are not the first year because of these factors the Russian Forbes list members are getting poorer.
Officials and businessmen will ignore the forum if the organizers refuse to invite Deripaska, Vekselberg and Kostin.
According to FT, according to FT, they demand not to invite fallen under sanctions of the Russians.
Gold miners demanded that the oligarch return salaries of 3-4 thousand dollars that existed before the crisis.
The Russian oligarch called the restrictions imposed by the US authorities "illegal and unfair."
The head of BP, Bob Dudley, said that restrictions on Rosneft (at BP 19.75%), Gazprom and LUKOIL, similar to sanctions against UC Rusal Oleg Deripaska, will not be imposed. Otherwise, the power system of Europe is waiting for the collapse, he warned.