Concorde Capital’s Alexander Paraschiy writes:

Concorde Capital’s Alexander Paraschiy writes: “Proving losses in the Rotterdam plus case has become an impossible task for Ukraine’s power brokers. Such a task would have required both enormous intellectual work and political will to complete the case, with both factors seeming to be lacking in the entourage of the Ukrainian president…All in all, this looks like an ultimate victory for DTEK in this case, with some tiny chance that this story will go on. This won’t have any effect on the reputation of DTEK Energy (DTEKUA), the key beneficiary of the Rotterdam plus initiative.”

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