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D Slavovich Ratz: YUKOS dies for its crimes

New Russian oil company is on the horizon.  Born out of the ashes of lies, murder, and betrayal as Yukos dies for it's crimes.  Producing 1,020,000 barrels of black gold a day,  Yuganskneftegas engulfs seventeen twentieths of all Algeria, but only in Russia, where it's free from the chains of OPEC.  As the Federal Service breathed life into it an echo from Moscow spread the good news. 

And as fairness fills the air Yuganskneftegas is unleashed into the world of auctions and stock exchanges to face the harsh world of business where it will stand on it's two feet or be swallowed by Sibneft, Surgutneftegaz, or other predators.

With revenues of roughly 12.96 billion dollars, and 2.9 to 6.5 billion yearly profit, it will make a tasty snack.

D Slavovich Ratz
Russian Investor
Sacramento, California, USA

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