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Russia's M.Video plans to pay 100% of net profit for dividends - company
Russia's M.Video says Q4 online sales up 101% y/y, GMV rose 18.9%
Russia's Sberbank, M.Video group to jointly develop Goods.Ru marketplace
M.video PAO (formerly known as M.video OAO) is a Russia-based consumer electronics and home appliance retail chain. M.video PAO operates through numerous stores in over 100 cities, as well as through online store within the Russian Federation. It offers audio, video, digital, small and large home appliances, media and entertainment products, as well as accessories. It also offers products delivery and repair services. In addition, the Company provides management and consulting services for holding companies and for companies active in the financial and industrial sectors. M.video PAO operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries, located in Moscow. As of December 31, 2011, the Company’s major shareholder was Svece Limited with a stake of 67.78%.
ul. Nizhnyaya Krasnosel'skaya
d. 40/12, korpus 20
Aleksandr Anatolevich Tynkovan
Chairman of the Management Board, President, Executive Director
Said Mikhaylovich Gutseriev
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Bilan Abdurakhimovich Uzhakhov
Executive Director, General Director, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Board
Member of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer
Retail Operations Director
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Russian consumer electronics retailer M.video said on Monday its board had proposed to waive a final dividend for 2019.
Russian consumer electronics retailer M.video plans capital expenditure (capex) of about 10 billion to 11 billion roubles ($127 million-$140 million) in 2020, the company said on Tuesday, up from 9.3 billion roubles it spent in 2019.
Russian consumer electronics retailer M.video has decided to postpone discussions regarding its dividend policy due to uncertainty caused by the coronavirus crisis, the company said on Tuesday.
Russian consumer electronics retailer M.video said on Tuesday its board of directors had decided to postpone the discussion of its dividend policy due to high uncertainty caused by coronavirus. (Reporting by Maria Kiselyova Editing by Tom Balmforth)
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