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(Russian stjerlitəˈmak)
(Placename) an industrial city in W Russia, in the Bashkir Republic. Pop: 268 000 (2005 est)


(ˌstɜr lɪt əˈmæk)

a city in the Russian Federation in Europe, W of the Southern Urals. 251,000.
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It is planned that the companies that should receive state funds will include leading Russian machine-building enterprises such as the Savelovsky Machine Building Plant, the Russian Research & Development Tooling Institute (both of which are part of Stankoprom), the Sterlitamak Machine-Tool Plant, which is part of Russian Stan Industrial Group, the Donpressmash plant, Sasta enterprise and some others.
The concert program includes performances of Sterlitamak State Bashkir Drama Theater, accordionist Bulat Khismatov from Tatarstan and other artists.
Soda Sterlitamak (SODD RU, SODDR RU) will hold EGM on January 17 with reorganization issue on the agenda.
The secondary spawning grounds are situated in the Belaya between Ufa and Sterlitamak.
He had left his native Sterlitamak, Russia, at age 11 to study at the Perm Ballet School.
On November 30, 2005, Interfax reported that Russian Orthodox Archbishop Nikon (Vasyukov) of Ufa and Sterlitamak asked Mayor Luzhkov not to allow the construction of the temple and used disrespectful language about the Hindu religion.
It is acquiring the Central European Brewing Company, owner of a majority stake in Shikhan Brewery in Sterlitamak and all of the Volga Brewery in Nizhny Novgorod.
A more recent crater-forming event is the Sterlitamak impact, Bashkir Republic, in 1990.
The five biggest plants located in the cities of Nizhnekamsk, Togliatti, Sterlitamak, Voronezh and Efremov can produce more than 1.
SODD RU, SODDP RU BoD of Soda Sterlitamak recommended EGM to approve 9M 2012 dividends of R75.