Source Pravda.Ru

Gazprom to discuss liberalization of its shares

On November 19, 2002, the board of directors of the Gazprom gas holding will discuss the liberalization of the holding's stock market, the press service of the gas giant reported. Additionally, the agenda of the meeting includes the implementation of the decisions of the board on the holding's participation in the Plant for Production of Large-Diameter Pipes. The board of directors will also make a decision on coordinating the deal on disposing of its stake in the Russian-Ukrainian Druzhkovsky Gas Equipment Plant, and on coordination of the deal on disposing of Gazprom's stake in the Russian-Belarusian Brestgazoapparat gas equipment producer.

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