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Russian car-share service Delimobil to sell 10% stake in pre-placement before New York IPO: founder

19 Oct 2020

MOSCOW Russian car-sharing provider Delimobil will sell up to a 10% stake to investors in a pre-placement ahead of its planned IPO on the New York Stock Exchange in early 2022, its founder and main shareholder told Reuters.

Aeroflot to raise $1 billion in Russia's first state-backed rescue of pandemic

09 Oct 2020

MOSCOW Aeroflot said on Friday the state would take up 50 billion roubles worth of its 80-billion rouble ($1 billion) new share offering, a vital cash injection for Russia's flagship airline that is reeling from the pandemic.

UPDATE 1-Sovcomflot shares drop below IPO price tag in Moscow debut

07 Oct 2020

* Shares down after bottom-end pricing (Adds details, quotes, background)

UPDATE 2-Shipping giant Sovcomflot targets at least $500 mln in Moscow IPO

15 Sep 2020

MOSCOW, Sept 15 Sovcomflot plans to raise at least $500 million in an initial public offering (IPO) on the Moscow Exchange, Russia's top shipping company said on Tuesday, in a deal that could value it at roughly $10 billion according to sources.

CORRECTED-Aeroflot to open secondary share offering to private investors -sources

15 Sep 2020

MOSCOW, Sept 14 Russia's top carrier Aeroflot plans to open up its upcoming secondary share offering (SPO), part of state support for the country's biggest airline, to private investors, three sources close to the deal told Reuters on Monday.

Exclusive: Russian paramedics' accounts challenge Moscow's explanation for Navalny's coma - sources

15 Sep 2020

MOSCOW The paramedics who treated Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny after he fell violently ill on a plane last month found no increase in his blood sugar in initial tests and saw no signs of a metabolic disorder, five medical sources, speaking out for the first time, told Reuters.

Exclusive: Russian paramedics' accounts challenge Moscow's explanation for Navalny's coma - sources

14 Sep 2020

MOSCOW The paramedics who treated Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny after he fell violently ill on a plane last month found no increase in his blood sugar in initial tests and saw no signs of a metabolic disorder, five medical sources, speaking out for the first time, told Reuters.

Kremlin says does not want Navalny illness to damage ties with West

26 Aug 2020

MOSCOW The Kremlin said on Wednesday it hoped opposition politician Alexei Navalny's illness would not damage Russia's ties with the West and that it was keen to find out why he fell ill despite declining to open an investigation into the incident.

UPDATE 4-Kremlin defies calls to probe Navalny illness, says poisoning not certain

25 Aug 2020

* No need yet for criminal investigation, says Kremlin (Adds foreign ministry, rouble reaction)

Russia has $1.5 billion plan to dent China's rare earth dominance

12 Aug 2020

MOSCOW Russia plans investment of $1.5 billion (1.2 billion pounds) in rare earth minerals, critical to the defence, telecommunications and renewable energy sectors, as it strives to become the biggest producer after China by 2030, a top government official told Reuters.

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