MOSCOW, Oct 22 (Reuters) - The following are some stories in Russia’s newspapers on Monday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Russian children’s store Detski Mir plans to become a major player in Kazakhkstan, the firm’s director Vladimir Chirakhov said in an interview.
- The Transport Ministry has drawn up a draft decree that would require servers and databases that handle bookings and sales services and check-ins for domestic flights to be kept on Russian soil from January 1, 2020. Russian airline S7 believes such a move could lead to a loss of revenue for airlines and even to them stopping services, the newspaper reports.
- Russian steelmaker Evraz is planning new projects worth about $1.5 billion from 2019 to 2022, including the launch of a flat-rolling mill in Russia and the modernization of a rail plant in the United States, the newspaper writes.
- Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak told the newspaper that one of the possible ways to get U.S. sanctions against Oleg Deripaska’s GAZ group dropped is to sell a stake in the group to Germany’s Volkswagen, the newspaper reports. ($1 = 65.4435 roubles) (Compiled by Margarita Popova Editing by Tom Balmforth)