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Central Telegraph Expects 7% Revenue Increase

Telecom operator Central Telegraph expects to post 3.6 billion rubles ($112 million) in sales revenue from its communications services in 2012 according to Russian accounting standards, up 7 percent from 2011, the company's general director, Igor Zabolotny, said Wednesday, Interfax reported.

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