Experts to search for lost Progress spacecraft’s fragments in SiberiaScience & Space December 06, 23:57
Russian opera prima donna nominated for Grammy 2017 awardSociety & Culture December 06, 23:46
Russian pediatrician wounded in Aleppo flown to MoscowWorld December 06, 23:35
Putin looks forward to overcoming negative trends in turnover with TurkeyBusiness & Economy December 06, 21:20
Red Cross to continue humanitarian operations in Aleppo — spokespersonWorld December 06, 21:09
Russia proposes UN to be venue for discussing world’s controversial anti-doping systemSport December 06, 21:04
Dialogue on Germany’s initiative for armed control depends on NATO — diplomatRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 20:57
Mikhail Saakashvili says he seeks to change Ukraine’s political classWorld December 06, 20:46
Defense minister promises 2017 World Military Games in Sochi to be held 'at highest level'Military & Defense December 06, 20:37
MOSCOW, February 4. /TASS/. The US Disney corporation is considering the possible write-off for its $300 million investments into the Russian Seven TV channel because of the law limiting foreign holdings in the Russian mass media to 20%, the company said in its statement.
The company is evaluating its opportunities in line with these legislative changes and can write off either a portion or a total of $300 million investments into the Russian Seven TV channel, it added.
Disney acquired a 49% equity stake in the Seven TV channel for $300 million in 2011.