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Rostec bought several projects in the Far East
The latest deal between Rostec and the heirs of businessman Dmitry Bosov, who owned the companies Vostokugol and Sibanthracite, ended the conflict of shareholders. State corporations have sold stakes in several Far Eastern projects at once.
According to RBCIn the course of the deal, Rostec and partners received 50% of the Vera port in the Primorsky Territory and the same amount in the Ogodzhinsky coal project in the Amur Region. According to sources of the publication, the deal amounted to about ten billion rubles.
Prior to that, the buyers - Port Vera Holding (PVC) and Ogodzha - already owned 50% in both assets. Now 100% of all shares in both projects are consolidated, which will allow the enterprises to implement a new development strategy and attract investment. Rostec owns 25% in PVC and Ogoja.
A corporate conflict between shareholders in companies began after the death of Dmitry Bosov... After the deal, all claims were settled.