Gazprom reported record profits for the fourth quarter and the whole of 2021

In 2021, Gazprom earned 2.09 trillion rubles. net profit under IFRS against 135 billion rubles. a year earlier. The company announced this on April 28. The monopoly’s revenue increased by 62% and reached 10.24 trillion rubles, EBITDA increased 1.5 times during the reporting period to 3.69 trillion rubles. Net revenue from gas sales increased by…

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The largest long-term construction was completed on the Amur River

The construction of the Russian part of the railway bridge across the Amur between Russia and China has been completed in the Jewish Autonomous Region (EAO). The test team drove through it on April 27. Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev said during the opening ceremony that Russia is ready to launch a regular movement and…

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After a month of high demand, drug sales have stabilized

Drug sales stabilized after the March rush, according to the weekly monitoring of the analytical company DSM Group. According to her, in the period from February 28 to March 6 (ie, almost immediately after the start of the special operation in Ukraine), the Russians bought 146 million packages of various drugs. This is 1.5 times…

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The European Union may impose a ceiling on the price of Russian oil

The EU may impose a marginal price on imported Russian oil to cut Russia’s revenues, the Financial Times (FT) reported, citing its own source. Such a measure is being considered in the preparation of the next (sixth) package of sanctions against Russia due to a special military operation in Ukraine. Valdis Dombrovskis, vice-president of the…

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Vegetarian food has risen by up to 30% due to logistics problems

Certain food for vegetarians from suppliers has risen by a third since the beginning of the special operation in Ukraine. This follows from a survey of retailers and restaurateurs conducted by Vedomosti. Thus, tofu prices rose by 30% in March-April, says the owner of the restaurant “Chinese News” Stanislav Lisichenko. Co-owner of the Doubleby coffee…

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Services of private medical clinics go up to 20%

Prices in large private multidisciplinary clinics after the start of the special operation in Ukraine increased by 5-15% depending on the service, calculated “Vedomosti”, analyzing their price lists on the sites and interviewing their representatives. The cost of the most popular services starting from March 3 was compared. For example, at the Mother and Child…

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Cider producers can receive support from the state

Russia’s First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov instructed the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Finance to consider granting cider the status of agricultural products (similar to domestic wine) as one of the measures of state support for the economy. This follows from the minutes of the meeting that Vedomosti reviewed. The representative of…

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The IEA predicts a decline in oil production in Russia in the coming months

Sanctions due to a special military operation in Ukraine may lead to a decrease in oil production in Russia in April 2022 by 1.5 million barrels per day (bpd) compared to the previous month. This forecast is given by the International Energy Agency (IEA) in a monthly review published on April 13. According to the…

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Obi stores in Russia will open soon

Obi stores will open “as soon as possible,” said Dmitry Galantsev, a partner at Propositum law firm, which represents the retailer’s interests in the deal to sell it. To do this, according to him, it is necessary to update the cash terminals, clean the premises, expand the security staff, providing more employees at the company’s…

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German Obi will sell its business in Russia

German Obi GmbH is entrusting its Russian business chain Obi to the founder of the Audit Group consulting group and Cesar Consulting law firm Boris Lyuboshitsa. This was reported to Vedomosti by Dmitry Galantsev, a partner at the Propositum law firm, which is involved in the deal on behalf of Obi. A representative of Cesar…

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“Abrau-Durso” expands the resort area in the Krasnodar Territory EXCLUSIVE

The Abrau-Dyurso group of companies plans to build six more hotels (with 950 rooms) of the 4-5 star category on the territory of the resort of the same name in the Krasnodar Territory. Irina Goncharova, her vice president for tourism and special projects, told about it. According to her, the new project will also include…

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Highland Gold will buy gold mines in Russia from Canadian Kinross

Highland Gold Vladislav Sviblov has agreed to buy Russian gold mining assets from the Canadian company Kinross Gold, both sides said in a deal on April 5. The purchase will amount to $ 680 million. The deal includes the Kupol and Dvoynoye mines in Chukotka, the Chulbatkan project in the Khabarovsk Krai, a number of…

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