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2016-06-16 18:10:00

КИТАЙ ПРЕДЛАГАЕТ БОЛЬШЕ

КИТАЙ ПРЕДЛАГАЕТ БОЛЬШЕ

ВЕДОМОСТИ пишут, что китайская CNPC предлагает «Газпрому» заключить интегрированный контракт по западному маршруту трубопровода «Сила Сибири». CNPC интересуют совместная добыча газа, строительство и затем управление трубопроводом и реализация газа, сообщил представитель компании «Интерфаксу». «О цене еще даже не говорили», – сказал собеседник агентства.

Подход «Газпрома», по словам зампреда правления Александра Медведева, не изменялся и не изменится:…

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