By Li-Chen Sim (auth.)
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Although many of the investment tenders shared the characteristics of loans-forshares auctions – insider deals at low prices, use of legal procedures to prevent unwelcome outside bids – on the whole they generated relatively less controversy and received less public attention. This was because the blocks of shares released for investment tenders were generally smaller in size than those at loans-for-shares, where control of the oil companies were at stake. For example, Sibneft’ held three separate investment competitions in January, September and October 1996 to sell 14%, 19% and 15% of its The Initiation and Spread of Privatization 39 shares respectively.
The latter are generally assumed to value political longevity above all goals since they cannot pursue their pet projects if they are not in office; in this regard, they are interested to retain political office for as long as possible. 71 In Yel’tsin’s case, he turned to the ‘young reformers’ for various reasons. 73 Yel’tsin understood that his anti-Soviet and pro-reform stance was popular with the electorate, and that Gaydar’s team of ‘young people without any hang-ups, independent thinkers raring to go, .
60 With regard to privatization, Mintopenergo consistently opposed attempts by GKI to reduce the extent of state-ownership over oil companies. According to Yuriy Shafranik, head of Mintopenergo between 1993 and 1996, when VIOCs were being created, ‘51% was left for the state but we intended to leave more . . it was a compromise with Gaydar’s group’,61 which wanted to privatize everything. Shafranik was well aware that the continued transfer of state-owned assets to the private sector would imperil the relevance of his ministry and, by extension, his own position in managing the oil industry.
The Rise and Fall of Privatization in the Russian Oil Industry by Li-Chen Sim (auth.)