In accordance with the GAAP, the net income of Tyumen Oil Company (TNK) amounted to $302m in the first half of 2002, which was some 73 percent lower than in the corresponding period of last year when it was $1.117bn, the Zenit bank stated in its analytical report.
EBIT amounted to $561m in the first six months of this year, compared to $1.482bn in the corresponding period of 2001. Sales revenues were $2.374bn in the period from January to June 2002, compared to $6.173bn in the first half of 2001. The company's borrowings amounted to $2.724bn in the reported period, compared to $2.78bn in 2001. The company's liabilities were $4.753bn, compared to $4.892bn last year.
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov announced a possible move that Russia can take in response to new US sanctions
Not that long ago, American soldiers would train their skills to counter insurgent and partisan military organizations. These days, they are trained to show resistance to the regular army of a potential adversary
The Central Bank of Turkey announced measures to protect the financial market of Turkey against the background of the collapse of the Turkish lira and conflict of interests with the United States of America