At today's general annual meeting, shareholders of the YUKOS Oil Company have approved dividends for 2002, which will amount to RUR9.89 (about $0.33) per common share, representatives of the company reported at a press conference. In total, YUKOS will allocate RUR22.120bn (about $700m) for paying dividends, taking into account RUR12.750bn (about $419.68m) in dividends paid for nine months of 2002, which is RUR5.7 (about $0.19) per common share. The participants of the meeting decided to complete the payment of 2002 dividends to shareholders, listed registered in the registrar as of May 3, 2003, on August 31, 2003. The remaining part of the dividends will amount to RUR4.19 (about $0.14) per common share.
The Trump administration is looking for a replacement for the American military contingent in the north of Syria. If the United States agrees with Saudi Arabia, the situation in the south of the country will become a lot more intense as Iran and Israel stand on the brink of war
These armchair generals who come on talk shows or give their opinions as to the capabilities of various military weapons systems are doing no more than inflating their own self image and generating circulation for the news agencies
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