Voucher Privatization in Russia: First results and experiences
The main political problem faced by architects of the Russian VPP was the question of satisfying the interests of all partners taking part in privatization: employees, management, citizens and potential strategic investors. Therefore, a very rigid procedure of shares distribution was introduced in the program. This procedure assumed three rounds: closed subscription round,voucher auctions round and investment tenders round. Length: 47 Pages
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