Russian Inter RAO reportedly sets up unit in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews July 5, 2012
Russain energy holding company Inter RAO set up a local energy unit, Inter RAO Turkey Holding , to acquire Turkish energy assets, Russian daily Kommersant reported. Inter RAO plans to participate in energy privatisations in Turkey later this year, according to the newspaper. Inter RAO holds stakes in a company that is tasked with building the Akkuyu nuclear power plant and owns local TGR Enerji, a power trader.

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