Russian businessman and judo partner of President Vladimir Putin, Arkady Rotenberg, binds initial place in this year’s ranking of “the kings of state orders,” published by a Russian book of Forbes repository Thursday.
Rotenberg has featured in a ranking each year given it was initial published 5 years ago. Last year his construction association StroiGazMontazh perceived state orders value 555 billion rubles ($7.3 billion), according to Forbes.
Rotenberg is followed on a ranking by billionaire Leonid Mikhelson — a categorical owners of Russia’s second-largest gas writer Novatek. Forbes estimated a value of state orders perceived by Mikhelson’s association final year during 344.3 billion rubles ($4.5 billion).
The owners of Volga Group, Gennady Timchenko, was ranked third, receiving orders from a state value 161 billion rubles ($2.1 billion) final year.
Fourth place was assigned by a vital shareholder of a petrochemical association Sibur — Kirill Shamalov. Shamalov — Putin’s-son-in law, according to some media reports — creates his initial coming in a ranking. Forbes estimates a value of state orders perceived by his association during 149 billion rubles ($1.9 billion).
Other businessmen that done it to a ranking’s tip spots are Arkady Rotenberg’s son Igor, whose resources embody drilling association Gazprom Bureniye and energy era association TEK Mosenergo; Dmitry Pumpyansky, owners of pipemaker TMK; Aras Agalarov, a boss of Crocus Group; Alexei Mordashov, principal shareholder of steel manufacturer Severstal and owners of energy engineering holding Silovye Mashiny; Ivan Shabalov, owners of siren writer TIT and Alexander Lavlentsev, owners of construction association ARKS.
In total, these companies perceived state orders value some-more than 1 trillion rubles ($13 billion) final year, Forbes reported.
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