Birchenough, Tom
April 2005
Variety;4/4/2005, Vol. 398 Issue 7, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the postponement of the sale of Russia's leading entertainment studio, Gorky Studio. Starting price for the studio; Reason for the postponement; Plans of Gorky crisis manager Stanislav Yershov to develop the studio.


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