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.
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