Billionaire Deripaska asks government for 100 million euros

Billionaire Deripaska asks government for 100 million euros
Oleg Deripaska

Russia launched an assembly production of GAZ and Ural cars in Cuba at the end of October 2018. Then the Prime Minister called it a "serious step" and a good investment in the economy, which will yield.

The GAZ Group, owned by Russian entrepreneur Oleg Deripaska, asked Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Yuri Borisov, for 100 million euros in loans for the implementation of the company's projects in Cuba, the office of the Deputy Head reports.

“The GAZ Group representatives made that request,” the Vzglyad business newspaper quoted the representative of the department. It is noted that the government apparatus will analyze the situation and interview representatives of federal executive bodies and organizations, including banks. After that, a decision will be rendered.

Russia launched an assembly production of GAZ and Ural cars in Cuba at the end of October 2018. Then the Prime Minister called it a "serious step" and a good investment in the economy, which will yield.

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