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Gazprom to Spend $ 3.2 bln for Sochi Olympics 2014
4.10.2011 17:29
Gazprom to Spend $ 3.2 bln for Sochi Olympics 2014

The Russian gas monopoly Gazprom to spend about 100 bln Rubles ($ 3.2 bln) for the Sochi Olympics 2014, reports the newspaper Vedomosti.

According to the newspaper, expenses for Sochi 2014 in the Gazprom budget in 2011 are 44 bln Rubles (about $1.3 bln).   

32 bln Rubles out of this sum will be spent for ski objects, 7.6 bln Rubles will be spent for the gas pipeline Dzhugba- Lazarevskoye- Sochi. The rest of the sum will be donated to the Russian Olympic Committee.

In 2010 the Ministry of regional Development estimated the total expenses for the Sochi Olympics in 950 bln Rubles (about $ 30 bln).




Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Gazprom Sochi Olympics 2014   

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