FAS is inspecting “Crimea Seaports” and “Sebastopol Seaport”

08-02-2017 | 18:04

The objective is to verify accuracy and relevance of the costs behind the tariffs for 2015 and 2016

Crimea OFAS, jointly with FAS Russia, started inspecting financial-and-economic operations of “Crimea Seaports” State Unitary Enterprise of the Republic of Crimea and “Sebastopol Seaport” State Unitary Enterprise to determine appropriateness of the expenses and other indicators accounted for in government regulation of prices, and economic feasibility of regulated types of activities in 2015, 2016.


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