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Rosneft Cheats
1.07.2011 12:01
Rosneft Cheats

A former employee of Rosneft Vladimir Tyurin has recorded a video message to Russian President, in which he talks about cheating at petrol stations in Russia.

      The video has been recorded in April, but it became popular only now, after the publication in a blog of Dmitry Gudkov, leader of the movement Fair Russia.

According to Vladimir Tyurin, Rosneft introduced a special program that allows not to fill up cars with petrol. With every 10 liters of gasoline, the company holds half a liter. All the money raised through this operation are not noted in the office.

Tyurin says he is afraid of revenge. After retiring from the company he began to receive numerous death threats.



Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian business     

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