Source Pravda.Ru

Gazprom's board of directors to discuss liberalization of market of its shares

The board of directors of the Gazprom gas monopolist will discuss theliberalization of the market of the holding's shares in September 2002.This decision was made at a meeting of the board of directors on August 20,2002, Boris Fyodorov, a member of the board, was quoted by the UnitedFinancial Group as stating in a telephone conference with Gazprom's foreignpartners after the meeting of the board of directors.According to him, in total, the schedule of the board's activities forSeptember-December 2002 includes 61 issues..

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