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“The shares will cost as much as what other shareholders paid for them in reference transactions - $8.12. We’ll not limit the ceiling,” Sechin said at the third Eurasia forum in Verona.
When asked about whether Rosneft’s stock would be sold to a strategic investor or through secondary public offering, Sechin said “it is early to speak about the technique of selling the package.”
The Rosneft head said he could not say anything so far about the dates of privatization as this does not depend on the company.