Anatoly Chubais, the mastermind of Russia’s first privatization program, is now leading a charge by Vladimir Putin to emulate Silicon Valley’s success by investing in high-tech firms, many of them American.
Anatoly Chubais, the chief executive officer of state-run Russian Nanotechnologies Corp., has founded a real-estate development company, Vedomosti reported, citing data from Russia’s register of companies.
State-run Russian Nanotechnologies Corp. is looking to sell 10 percent of its shares in a private placement by the end of the year, the company’s general director Anatoly Chubais said in Davos, Switzerland.
Russian billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov and Anatoly Chubais, general director of state-run Russian Nanotechnologies Corp., asked Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to limit imports of microchips to help support the local industry, Kommersant reported, citing Alexander Khlunov, head of the government’s education and science department.
OAO Rosneft and TNK-BP International Ltd. report third-quarter earnings. Mail.ru Group publishes first-half results and third-quarter revenue. OAO Mechel and OAO Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works report third-quarter production. OAO Transneft opens the Samotlor-Purpe oil pipeline.
President Vladimir Putin’s power- industry tariff freeze and delays to state-asset sales mean the shares of electricity providers are poised to tumble from their cheapest valuations in three years, according to Alfa Capital.