For the Record

Rosneft Signs Deal With Federal Tax Service

Rosneft has signed an agreement with the Federal Tax Service that will reduce its exposure to additional tax claims by 10 percent and should boost it's market capitalization, Rosneft president Igor Sechin said, Interfax reported. (MT)

Transaero Boosts Revenue

Transaero boosted revenue from domestic routes 42.7 percent to 21 billion rubles ($636 million) in 2012, and total revenue increased 34.6 percent to 92 billion rubles, the company said in its IFRS earnings report for 2012, Interfax reported. (MT)

Rosoboronexport Pushing Submarines

Rosoboronexport, the governments arms exporter, is actively pushing for sales of non-nuclear Amur 1650 submarines and is ready to offer them to Morocco, with which Russia recently signed a military-technical cooperation agreement, if that country announces a tender, the exporter's deputy head Victor Komardin said at an international naval show in St. Petersburg, Interfax reported Thursday. (MT)

Q2 Capital Outflow Down to $10M

The Central Bank on Thursday said the net capital outflow for the second quarter of 2013 was $10 million, down from $28 million in the first quarter, Vedomosti reported. (MT)

Ukrainian State Oil Company Requests Loan Extension

Financially troubled Ukrainian state oil and gas company Naftogaz is in talks to extend the repayment terms of a $2 billion loan from Gazprombank, which came due last month, the Ukrainian government said Thursday. (Reuters)