Gaydamak purchases controlling stake in Vilifod

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June 24, 2007 02:12

 
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Billionaire businessman Arkady Gaydamak completed a deal to purchase the controlling stake in the Vilifod food company on Saturday night. The deal is said to have valued the company at an estimated 90 million dollars and is set to make the current majority shareholders an estimated NIS 170 million for their 45% stake.

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