Сегодня дивились на рекламное объявление Enel в "Российской газете" - на то, как они собираются покупать активы Газпрома.... Гадали.
Из сообщения Reuters:
"Enel's full-page ad confuses Gazprom with YUKOS
MOSCOW, March 13 (Reuters) - Italian energy firm Enel slipped up in an advertisement published on Tuesday which said it would bid for the assets of Russian gas giant Gazprom, instead of bankrupt oil firm YUKOS.
The glitch, which comes as Russia's President Vladimir Putin starts his trip to Italy, was made in a full-page advert in Russia's official government gazette, trumpeting Enel's plans to invest up to 4 billion euros ($5.27 billion) in Russia.
"Together with Italian oil group ENI and our Moscow partner ESN, Enel will also take part in auctions for the right to buy some of the companies of Gazprom, such as Arcticgas and Urengoil, which control large methane deposits," Enel said in the advert in Rossiiskaya Gazeta newspaper.
Enel's spokeswoman in Rome said the advert's text in Italian which was sent to the newspaper did not contain the word "Gazprom" in that paragraph and was added when it was translated into Russian by the newspaper.
A spokesman for PBN, which handles Enel's public relations in Russia, declined to comment on the error. ..."
Отвечает "Индепендент". Кажется, нет, не смотрела. В других газетах я тоже видела слова о том, что королева скорее всего не будет смотреть фильм о таких печальных событиях, но работу и Оскар Хелен Миррен ценит очень высоко. А поэтому Миррен в самое ближайшее время ожидает приглашение попить в обществе королевы чайку.
DID THE QUEEN SEE ‘THE QUEEN’?
3 March 2007
c) 2007 Independent & Media PLC
THE QUEEN (2006)
Did the Queen see The Queen? Andy Harries, the film’s producer, seems to think so. “We’ve heard that she’s seen it and she enjoyed it,” he said, after the Bafta awards. The Daily Mail quoted one source who claimed, “She thinks it’s terrific.” But other “royal sources” contacted by The Sun concluded entirely the opposite – that the monarch would find the film too distressing to watch. So who to believe? Buckingham Palace was unforthcoming. Her Majesty’s press officer, Penny Russell-Smith, said: “I
fear I’m not going to be able to add very much to what you know. We rarely, if ever, know about the Queen’s film and television preferences. Obviously, she does so in private, so I genuinely have no idea. Sorry!”
What about the rest of the Royal Family? A spokesperson at Clarence House answered for Princes Charles, William and Harry, saying that “to the best of our knowledge, none of [the princes] have seen The Queen. And, so, we are not in a position to comment on what they thought about it.”
One person who may soon discover the answer is Helen Mirren, who has supposedly been invited to have lunch with the Queen when the Oscar winner returns from Los Angeles.