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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

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- Tuesday, Feb. 8


Moscow city government meets to consider questions on the effective use of city property and on progress regarding City Hall's program for the development and support of small business.


The Information Technologies in Science exhibition opens at the All-Russia Exhibition Center, pavilion 71. (Tel. 974-6461, 181-9771; Fax 974-7196.)


World Bank mission to arrive in Minsk, Belarus.


- Wednesday, Feb. 9


The second tranche of Tyumen Oil Co.'s corporate bond issue is scheduled to come to a close. The second issue of 2.5 million corporate bonds - same as the first tranche - was offering securities with a nominal price of 1,000 rubles ($35) at a discount value of 857 rubles. The five-year corporate bonds, hedged against ruble inflation, were aimed at holders of restructured GKO proceeds.


St. Petersburg government plans to conduct an auction for 200 million rubles' worth of municipal bonds.


Slavneft chief executive Mikhail Gutseriyev to travel to Minsk for meeting with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.


Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov flies to China for two-day visit.


- Thursday, Feb. 10


State Property Ministry due to announce winner of tender to appoint the registrar for state property.


Surgutneftegaz extraordinary shareholders meeting in Surgut, western Siberia, is due to consider controversial consolidation plan that involves issuance of 12 million new shares. Minority investors are concerned their property rights will be trampled.


Gazprom board of directors due to meet and plan agenda for annual general meeting of shareholders set for June 30.


Kubanelektrosvyaz board of directors due to meet in Krasnodar to consider firm's 2000 business plan.


Foreign Minster Igor Ivanov to fly from China to Japan for visit through to Feb. 13.


Deputy Prime Minister Ilya Klebanov to meet Belarussian Prime Minister Sergei Ling in Minsk.


European Commission head Romano Prodi to arrive i n Lithuania for two-day visit to discuss EU expansion.


- Friday, Feb. 11


Alexander Livshits, the president's representative to the Group of Seven leading industrial nations, flies to America to begin tour of G-7 countries.


Unified Energy Systems to launch second tranche of ruble bonds, some 2,013,413 of them at initial face value of 1 ruble each, for a three-year period with an annual 5 percent coupon.


Moscow City Telephone Network, or MGTS, will hold a closed, extraordinary shareholders meeting that will consider a share restructuring to increase the number of shares, swapping each ordinary or preferred share with a nominal value of 1,000 rubles for 50 shares with nominal value of 20 rubles each.


- Sunday, Feb. 13


Deadline for presidential candidates to submit the necessary 500,000 signatures to the Central Election Commission.