The Russian government is puzzling how to save Rusal by Oleg Deripaska at the expense of the state budget. The package of developed measures to increase the consumption of aluminum inside the Russian Federation until 2024 in the most approximate outline drags on 140 billion rubles.
The company is trying to sell the metal "for future use". Since October 2018, its sales outside Russia will be seriously limited.
Withdrawal of sanctions from UC Rusal not only suits the administration of Trump, but it is beneficial to it.
Seated in a Thai prison escort girl Nastya Rybka and sex coach Alexei Kirillov will have to pay Oleg Deripaska 500 thousand rubles for interfering in the personal life of the aluminum oligarch.
Oleg Deripaska has been replaced by partners in the construction business: Maxim Vorobiev and Mikhail Kenin came out of projects with the oligarch, and Yury Chechikhin, who is called the son-in-law of the head of Rosgvardia, took a share in one of the companies.
The businessman considered "state aid" bonded. Earlier Viktor Vekselberg received from the bank up to 1 billion dollars.
Special Attorney Robert Mueller managed to find evidence of a link between ex-head of Donald Trump's campaign headquarters, Paul Manafort and Oleg Deripaska. Billionaire financed the work of Manafort in Ukraine, giving him at least one loan for $ 10 million.
The High Court of London declared null and void the sale of Norilsk Nickel's shares to the structures of Roman Abramovich to Vladimir Potanin's structures. The loss of Abramovich in the form of lost profits amounted to about $ 180 million.
Artem Volynets appointed CEO of the gold-mining company Chaarat Gold.
En + metallurgical company En + Oleg Deripaska is studying the possibility of changing the registration from the "crown" island of Jersey to the Russian one. Re-registration in Russia can be a condition for providing state support to the company that suffered from US sanctions.
Will the company be able to maintain business in spite of sanctions.
Rusal did not refuse to put into operation a large bauxite deposit in African Guinea "Dian-Dian". It will allow the company to supply Russian companies with bauxite, but there is a risk that there will be nowhere to sell the company's primary aluminum.
In the "Basic Element" the general director was replaced. Instead of Gulzhan Moldazhanova, the holding was headed by its deputy Valery Pechenkin, who before his arrival in the company was deputy director of the FSB.
The company asks for preferential rates for transport tariffs.
The situation of "Rusal" will worsen if the US does not remove sanctions from the company until the end of the summer.
Rothschild & Co will help Oleg Deripaska find buyers for his stake in En + Group. Previously, the Rothschilds represented the interests of Peter Poroshenko, who wanted to sell a confectionery factory in Russia, but without success. With whom else did the European banking house work?
UC Rusal almost halved exports of aluminum due to sanctions. After getting into the sanction list, Oleg Deripaska's company found itself in international isolation.
Yesterday Vladimir Putin signed a law on counter-sentences. Forbes estimated how much the richest people of Russia who were under sanctions in April lost, while the Duma and the Kremlin came up with the US response.
Member of the Supervisory Board of Alfa Group, Herman Khan, talked about his attitude to the Kremlin list, the reasons for increasing the role of the state in business and how much the Wintershall DEA could cost.
Rusal is considering re-registration in the Russian Federation.
Those who fall under American sanctions UC Rusal and En + plan to submit to the US Treasury by mid-summer a plan that will give the agency grounds to lift restrictions against companies.
The US Treasury gave US investors in En +, Rusal and the GAZ Group a delay until August.
EN + Group follows the advice of the US Treasury and replaces its representatives on the board of directors of the aluminum company with ordinary employees.
The aluminum oligarch, who was under United States sanctions, offered to increase the population's payments for electricity in Russia.
The export-oriented company has lost the opportunity to supply its metal to the foreign market. Oleg Deripaska asks the government to begin buying aluminum in state reserves.
VTB took shares of the En + Group group on the pledge of the Chinese CEFC.
The businessman Oleg Deripaska, who has fallen under American sanctions, leaves the board of directors of UC Rusal from May 25.
The bank will issue a loan to the GAZ Group and will consider the allocation of money to the "toxic" Rusal.