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Sobchak bought a share of crab business in the Far East

Sobchak bought a share of crab business in the Far East
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TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak decided to acquire a stake in the crab business in the Far East. She bought a stake in large companies previously linked by the "crab king" Oleg Kan.

As the RBC, Sobchak said she became interested in the fish and crab industries in 2016, when employees of the Ostrovnoy fish plant in Shikotan during the Direct Line complained to the president about working conditions. Then the governor of the Sakhalin Region Oleg Kozhemyako ordered businessman Oleg Kan to deal with the problems of the fish factory.

According to Sobchak, she communicated with Kan on the basis of charity. Rosneft’s former vice president Igor Sogonev suggested entering his business as a TV presenter, who had previously helped her with investments. The TV presenter refused to name the purchase price, noting that for her she was significant.

Sobchak assures that Kahn now has nothing to do with the business, in which she bought a stake, but continues to advise management. According to Soglev, the new investors have an agreement to purchase other crab companies in the Far East and create a crab processing cluster there.

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