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turnover in 2009, according to Korrespondent. But he is better known as a politician. Kolesnikov is a deputy Prime Minister in the current government, a long-term political ally of President Yanukovych and a friend of No 1 on the list, Rinat Akhmetov. Kolesnikov had been rumoured to be the preferred candidate to lead the government but instead he became vice-premier in charge of Euro 2012 championship.


No.45, Ihor Yeremeyev


46. Stepan Ivakhiv: US $249 million Food industry, fuel, retail The Western Milk Group of Stepan Ivakhiv and his business partner Ihor Yeremeyev (No 45) merged with its competitors, the Lviv company Halychyna. The new company has about a 35% share of the Western Ukrainian market. The partners are also building new petrol stations for their WOG chain, a part of the Continuum group.


Born in 1968, connected with Volyn region.


47. Volodymyr Konstantinov: US $246 million Construction Konstantinov is the speaker of Crimea’s parliament and an acting head of the Crimea regional organisation of Party of Regions. His corporation UkrRosBud owns Konsol construction company. Volodymyr Konstantinov said, a month after his election as speaker, that Konsol might get some state tenders in Crimea.


Born in 1956 in Moldova. Married, two children.


48. Borys Kolesnikov: US $231 million Food industry, transport


Born in 1962 in Mariupol, Donetsk region. Has a son and a daughter.


49. Oleksandr Feldman US $215 million Retail, real estate, transport Feldman’s AVEK group owns the legendary Barabashovo (popularly known as Barabashovka) market in Kharkiv. It is a huge, sprawling site equal to 150 football fields, and the biggest commercial centre in Central and Eastern Europe. Its 70,000 traders provide a turnover


of almost UAH 20 billion. Oleksandr Feldman has also built some other commercial and entertainment centres and is thinking of creating a bank for his group. After president Yanukovych’s election, Oleksandr Feldman MP quit the BUT faction and joined the ruling coalition.


Born in 1960 in Kharkiv. Married, has a son.


50. Viktor Ivanchyk: US $203 million Agriculture Ivanchyk’s holding Astarta-Kyiv controls about180 thousand hectares of arable land. According to Kopespondent, Astarta-Kyiv received $36 million profit in 2009. He also owns a part of the Russian oil and gas company Itera and its development rights.


Born in 1957. Married, has two daughters. UBi


Konti, Borys Kolesnikov’s confectionary business, reported almost a billion hryvnya


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Oleksandr Feldman


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