Bankers, oil majors queue up for Rosneft stock sale

  • 20 Mar 1998
INVESTMENT bankers and managers at the oil majors are eagerly awaiting an announcement from the Russian government about how it will structure the forthcoming privatisation of Rosneft, the last major oil company in state hands. Bankers in London are expecting between 50% and 75% of Rosneft to ...

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