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Gazprom Begins Exodus from Moscow
25.03.2013 22:06
Gazprom Begins Exodus from Moscow
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Employees of several of Gazprom's departments are packing up ahead of their planned move to St. Petersburg.

      Sergey Kupriyanov, the gas giant's spokesperson, confirmed the news.

      It's going to be a gradual relocation, Russian Vedomosti daily quotes an anonymous source within the municipal government of the northern capital.

      Earlier, Gazprom's oil division, Gazpromneft, move its headquarters to St. Petersburg.

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Gazprom Gazpromneft    

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