Gazprom to sell 4.8% of its shares abroad

Nov 04, 1999 01:00 AM

Russia's Gazprom is looking at the possibility of selling 4.8% of its shares abroad, company deputy CEO Sergei Dubinin told journalists. The package is now owned by Gazprom. Not long ago, it was exported abroad with the consent of the government and the Central Bank. At present, the package is managed by Gazprom Finance BV, a Dutch subsidiary of Gazprom. Foreign shareholders hold a total of 10.3% of shares in Gazprom.

Source: VREMYA MN via NewsBase
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