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The Moscow Arbitration Court has accepted a 933 million ruble suit against the beleaguered Yukos
The Moscow Arbitration Court has accepted a 933 million ruble ($35 million) suit against the beleaguered Yukos [RTS: YUKO] oil company and included a subsidiary, Yukos-Moscow, on a list of creditors. On March 28, the Moscow Arbitration Court ordered an external supervisor to oversee Yukos's finances at a request from foreign creditor banks who said the company owed them $482 million. That debt was later assumed by state oil company Rosneft, which took possession of Yukos's main production arm, Yuganskneftegaz, following an auction of the assets to clear the embattled oil firm's back tax debts. The court also rejected Wednesday a 1.5 billion-ruble ($56 million) suit lodged by Trust Bank and postponed until July 17 hearings on similar requests from Yukos-Capital worth 117.7 billion rubles ($4.3 billion), Yuganskneftegaz (32 billion rubles, or $1.1 billion) and Yukos-Vostoktrade (11.5 billion rubles, or $425 million). Yukos's main creditors are the Federal Taxation Service ($13.1 billion), Rosneft ($482 million), Yuganskneftegaz (75 billion rubles, or about $3 billion), Tomskneft-VNK (12.3 billion rubles, or $457.6 million), and Samaraneftegaz (1.85 billion rubles, or $69 million).
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