Independent Russian media association RosBusinessConsulting (RBC) has been indicted of defrauding shareholders of one million rubles ($15,400), a Kommersant journal reported Thursday.
The Russian Interior Ministry launched a rapist box in late Apr after claims from shareholder Alexander Panov that he was deprived of his batch following a media holding’s sale of a association in that he hold shares.
Panov and his business partner due a 25-percent share in “Byte-Telecom,” a association that was partial of a RBC holding until it was sole in 2014. Police estimated a purported repairs during one million rubles ($15,400), Kommersant reported, citing a police.
RBC ubiquitous executive Nikolai Molibog wrote Wednesday on Facebook that a sale of “Byte-Telecom” was in full correspondence with a law and that a association had reported annual multi-million ruble waste for several years before to a sale.
He also wrote that RBC Holding had sued Panov for defame final year. The justice ruled in a holding’s preference and systematic Panov to compensate compensation.
Police are now questioning a media holding’s tip government following Panov’s report, Russia’s RNS news group reported. Russia’s Prosecutor General is also questioning dual some-more cases of purported rascal by a RBC holding, Kommersant reported.
RBC is owned by ONEXIM Group, a private investment account belonging to Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov. Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) raided a ONEXIM Group’s Moscow premises in mid-April on guess of taxation evasion. No rapist box was launched after a raid, Kommersant reported.
RBC launched Russia’s usually business radio network in 2003. It broadcasts around a time to over 90 million viewers in Russia, Europe, North Africa, a Middle East and Central Asia, according to a company’s website.
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