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Indian, Arab Investors Interested in Buying Shares of Russian Helicopters

11 Mar 2017 India Russia Military
Russian Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev said that Indian and Arab investors wanted to buy 12-13 percent of the Russian Helicopters holding.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Indian and Arab investors want to buy 12-13 percent of the Russian Helicopters holding, Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) CEO Kirill Dmitriev said Friday.

“I can confirm that there is interest of Indian and Arab investors to this share of stock,” Dmitriev told reporters, answering a corresponding question.

In June 2016, Russia's state corporation Rostec signed an agreement on selling 25 percent of its company Russian Helicopters to RDIF and Middle East investment funds.

In February 2017, the consortium consisting of RDIF and Middle East investors finalized the deal.
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