March 31, 2014 05:00
Russian political and economic calendar: March 31
MOSCOW. March 31 (Interfax) - The political and economic calendar in Russia for March 31
is as follows:
*** Conference "Made in Poland" devoted to the development of Russian-Poland economic relations to take place at11 a.m.
Poland embassy in Russia (4, Klimashkina street)
*** Opening of exhibition "Exploration in Russia: yesterday, today, tomorrow" to take place at 11 a.m.
State Duma (1, Okhotny ryad)
Phone for accreditation: +7 (495) 988-58-07.
*** Russia bans imports of refrigerated beef from Australia.
*** Enel OGK-5 plans to publish RAS financial results for 2013.
*** Globaltrans plans to publish IFRS financial results for 2013 and to hold phone conference for investors at 5 p.m.
*** SG-Trans to unveil unaudited IFRS financial results for 2013.
*** RZD - board meeting.
*** Inter RAO - board meeting.
*** Rostelecom - board meeting.
*** NOVATEK - board meeting.
*** Lenenergo to publish RAS financial results for 2013.
*** Consensus-forecast of Tatneft IFRS financial results for 2013 to be published.
*** Polymetal International plans to publish preliminary IFRS financial results for 2013.
*** 5trh Mining and Mineral exploration forum to take place on March 31-April 2.
July 25, 2014
Ukrainian foreign minister to visit Washington
FCSD head not commenting on Navalny's complaint to ECHR
Wingas chairman Konig to stay on after Gazprom acquisition
Russian seasonally adjusted GDP growth 0.1% in Q2 following 0.5% decline in Q1 - ministry
Putin calls for increase of comprehensive cooperation with Iraq
Russians advised not to go to Maldives - Russian Foreign Ministry
Several dozen Ukrainian munitions explode on Russian territory in Rostov region
British ambassador to Ukraine dodges question about missing RT journalist
Militia say they destroyed two trucks carrying sixty Ukrainian troops
Lukoil VP Subbotin buys another $11.3 mln in company ADRs
RUSSIAN GDP GREW 0.1% ON SEASONALLY ADJUSTED BASIS IN Q2 AFTER FALLING 0.5% IN Q1 - ECON MINISTRY
RUSSIA HAS MANAGED TO AVOID SLIDING INTO TECHNICAL RECESSION - ECON MINISTRY
Confident Rosneft says sanctions 'not critical'