2013

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Norilsk Nickel
30.3% shares
owned by Interros after the quasi-treasury stock package is cancelled
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Rosa Khutor
450k cubic meters
of snow stockpiled for the 2014 Olympics
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ProfMedia
26%
TV3, 2x2 and MTV integrated revenue growth
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ProfEstate
5.5 thousand
guests hosted Rosa Khutor on the first day of the new ski season
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Interport
23k sq m
area of the Yemelyanovo cargo hub
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Petrovax Pharm
13.3 mln doses
of flu vaccine supplied to Russia’s regions
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Early in the year, Rosa Khutor hosts the last trial competition before the 2014 Games. In November, the Mountain Olympic Village with lodging for 2600 people is put into operation. On December 14th, the resort opens its doors for a pre-Olympic Games tourist season. In March, ProfMedia’s online assets are merged with the assets of Alexander Mamut’s SUP company in a 1-to-1 ratio. The new company is called Afisha-Rambler-SUP, later - Rambler&Co. Both partners are involved in operational management; Interros participates in strategic decision-making. The announcement of ProfMedia’s sale (ProfMedia Broadcasting Corporation, PMTV, Central Partnership and Afisha Publishing House) to Gazprom-Media Holding is made in November. Interros declares the deal a huge success. In September, Norilsk Nickel adopts an updated strategy. The company’s top executives, headed by CEO Vladimir Potanin, go on a two-week road show to Europe and the USA. The strategy’s key elements are to focus on the development of tier one assets, the Zapolyarny affiliate and Kola MMC, and to sell non-core assets. In November, Interros announces the acquisition of Petrovax Pharm, a large Russian pharmaceutical manufacturing company.