Western investors in Russian companies are bracing for a new presidential decree under consideration in Moscow which they fear could force them to sell their shareholdings to the Russian government at big discounts.
It is important if the decree could make clear “whether the seller has the right to withdraw their application and not close the deal, if they are not satisfied with the final parameters,” said Nato Tskhakaya, Partner and Head of Regulatory Practice at Rybalkin, Gortsunyan, Dyakin and Partners (RGD).
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