Russian state long-distance provider Rostelecom revealed a net profit of 4.002 billion rubles for full-year 2001, according to Interfax. The figure is based on international accounting standards. The company got back in the black after reporting a 2.137 billion ruble net loss in the previous year.
Global giant Arthur Andersen, which was in the spotlight following the US Enron case, was the auditor for the telco’s figures. Because of Arthur Andersen’s involvement with the US corporate scandal an...
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