Gazprom, Russia's natural gas monopoly, is planning to come into the European securities market by issuing Eurobonds to the tune of $500 to $750 million, Gazprom chief Aleksei Miller told the Novosti news agency Wednesday. The final decision will be taken at a board meeting, due on December 23. Being agreed on at the moment are terms of the issue which will depend on a situation in the market. Gazprom is interested in attracting credit resources, said Miller.
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