Volga Gas, the oil and gas exploration and production group operating in the Volga Region of Russia, announces its half yearly results for the six months ended 30 June 2012.
According to Net Index , Dom.ru telecom operator is the fastest federal internet provider in Russia. The average internet speed that Dom.ru provides to its Subscribers in 42 cities of presence amounts to 35 Mbit/sec., which is more than two times higher than the average internet speed in Russia (about 16 Mbit/sec.).
The company’s growth rate is reported at 78% in USD, up to $232M, and 91%* in Rubles, up to 7.1B Rubles.
"After coming off of a benchmark year for The OZON Group, 2012 began with the pivotal acquisition of Sapato.ru which has strengthened the already fortified leadership of OZON in the marketplace," said Maelle Gavet, CEO of OZON Holdings. "Efforts for the past six months have been concentrated on furthering the growth of OZON as a whole while blending Sapato.ru and OZON.ru to band together seamlessly. It has been a very organic and prolific progression."
MOSCOW AND THE HAGUE, July 31, 2012, Yandex (NASDAQ: YNDX), the leading internet company in Russia operating the country’s most popular search engine and most visited website, today announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2012.
The Company is the leader of Russian telecom market in terms of subscriber base growth. In January-June, 2012, «Dom.ru» connected about 600 thousand new users, and the subscriber base went up 15%. In 2011 the company acquired over 1.2 million users with the growth rate of 44%. Out of the total new connections 28% subscriber for telecom services for the first time, and 72% switch over from other providers.
ER-Telecom, Russian telecom holding («Dom.ru» brand) has started providing the service of local telephony in Rostov-na-Donu. Now the company’s subscribers are offered the complete triple-play bundle, comprising the three key telecom services – high-speed internet, cable TV, and telephony.
Baring Vostok Private Equity Fund IV invested 50 million dollars to support further growth of Tinkoff Credit Systems (TCS).