Russian Direct Investment Fund or commonly known as RDIF – Russia’s sovereign wealth fund (with reserved capital of $10 billion) has been increasing its footprints in India steadily eyeing to boost infrastructure funding. It was RDIF that along with DP World and Government of India co-founded National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF).
In a wide-ranging interview Kirill Dmitriev, CEO, RDIF tells ET’s Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury that RDIF will sign two key deals at this annual summit on Friday – one deal with NIIF to jointly invest in port and logistics; second deal — joint investment in mineral fertilisers.
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