28 Oct 2020

Number of Premises Sold at City E-Auctions More Than Doubled in Seven Years

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633 city premises were sold in Moscow for almost RUB 3.5 bn in the first nine months of 2020. That's 21% more than last year.

About 2,500 city premises of total 271,500 square meters were sold for total RUB 23 bn within the whole time of e-auction existence.

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