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(Agidhel’, Bashkir name for the Belaia River), monthly literary-artistic magazine, organ of the Writers’ Union of the Bashkir ASSR. Agidel’ is published in Ufa. It was founded in 1930; until 1948 it was called Oktiabr’, from 1949 to 1960 Literaturnaia Bashkiriia, and since 1961 Agidel’. Its circulation was 38,000 in 1968.

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2008: Sistema signs a management agreement to manage controlling stakes of BashTEK companies that are owned by four funds rumored to be associated with the Bashkirian government: Agidel Invest, Ural Invest, Inzer Invest, and Yuryuzan Invest.
These stakes include stakes acquired from Agidel Invest, Ural Invest, Inzer Invest, and Yuryuzan Invest in March 2009, and also small stakes purchased by Sistema from the market in 2006.