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New names appear on privatization list

New names appear on privatization list
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Dom.RF, Russian Post, Russian Post, Rosgeologiya, Zarubezhneft, Sheremetyevo Airport may enter the new privatization plan for 2020-2022. They were included in the agenda of the conciliation meeting with the Minister of Finance of Russia Anton Siluanov.

The list also includes the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS), Russian Agricultural Bank, Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (NCSP), Russian Railways, Rosagroleasing, State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK), Prodintorg, Rosseti, RusHydro, FGC UES, United Grain Company (OZK), Russian hippodromes, Aeroflot. As reported "News" with reference to the source, the inclusion of these companies in the document can mean not only privatization, but also the sale of subsidiaries or property.

The Ministry of Finance confirmed that there was a discussion of privatization with relevant departments. According to its results, adjustments were made to the plan for the sale of state property. For example, additional assets have been identified that may be included in the final sale lists.

In November, the Ministry of Finance suggested reconsidering the issue privatization of the largest state-owned companies. It was about Aeroflot, RusHydro, Rosseti, Transneft and Russian Railways. It was assumed that privatization could be carried out in the year 2021.

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