Russia's VTB expects Avtovaz to pay back 10 bln roubles


MOSCOW, March 25 (Reuters) - Russian state-bank VTB expects troubled carmaker Avtovaz to pay back 10 billion roubles of debt by the middle of April with no discount, the bank's board member Valery Lukyanenko said on Thursday. "We think the debt will be reduced in the end of March or in the first half of April," Lukyanenko said. "The debt to us will be paid without a discount." AvtoVAZ needs to pay back 38 billion roubles ($1.28 billion) worth of debt and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir ...

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