Kerimov selling $3.7 bln Uralkali stake to investor-report
MOSCOW, Sept 13
MOSCOW, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Russian tycoon Suleiman Kerimov is selling his stake in potash producer Uralkali to investor Vladimir Kogan for $3.7 billion, news agency RIA Novosti reported on Friday, citing a source.
A representative for Kerimov's investment company Nafta Moskva declined comment. Uralkali, the world's largest producer of the mineral fertiliser ingredient, also declined to comment.
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