Earlier, Chairman of Russia's Vneshtorgbank (VTB) Andrei Kostin lashed out at the US for imposing financial sanctions on Iran, stressing that the move violates the international laws.
What does VTB stand for?
VTB stands for Vneshtorgbank (Russia foreign trade bank)
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- Vocational Training Board ( various locations)
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- Volume to Be Infused (medical infusion pump)
- Virtual Method Table
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Also, Sechin said Russia was inviting all Turkish investors to cooperate in banking industry, and Russia would be pleased if Turkey was interested in purchase of shares of Russia's Vneshtorgbank.
Last week Vneshtorgbank announced the offer on the circulating debut issue of bonds on December 22, 2011.
So, for reasons that may emerge, has the Russian Vneshtorgbank.
4 million credit agreement, Russia's state-controlled foreign trade bank Vneshtorgbank said Dec.
Russian bank Vneshtorgbank has already bought a stake of more than 5 percent and the Spanish government has said it could be interested in raising its 5.
Reuters quoted Nikolai Kashcheev, an analyst at Vneshtorgbank, as saying: "I believe Russia will remain in a very good position with oil above $35 per barrel with capital account inflows making up for a fall in the current account surplus".
The snap purchase by Kremlin-controlled Vneshtorgbank, of a 5% stake in aerospace and defence contractor and Airbus parent EADS, has set alarm bells ringing with the French and German industrial interests who share power in the group.