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Schedule 1 Offer
"DUNS REGISTERED" SERVICES PROVISION PUBLIC OFFER

“Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet” Limited Liability Company, hereinafter referred to as “Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet”, offers to any legal entity (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) the commercial services on entry of the Company into a register of the companies which have completed a verification in accordance with DUN & BRADSTREET D-U-N-S® Registered™ standard (hereinafter referred to as “DUNS Registered”). For the purposes of this Agreement Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet and the Company are jointly referred to as the “Parties”.
Subject to Paragraph 2 of Article 437 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation this document is a Public offer, unconditional acceptance of terms of which, in accordance with article 438 of the Civil code of the Russian Federation, shall be considered as acceptance of this offer. This offer shall be accepted by selecting (clicking) by an authorized representative of the Company the special menu item (button) "I accept the terms of the Public offer for PROVISION OF "DUNS REGISTERED" SERVICES. Accepted offer shall be referred to as the "Agreement".
1. SUBGECT MATTER OF AGREEMENT
1.1. In accordance with the terms of this Agreement Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall perform for the Company the services on entry of the Company in DUNS Registered (hereinafter referred to as the “Services”) and the Company shall pay for the Services.
2. ENTRY OF THE COMPANY IN DUNS REGISTERED
2.1. The Company undertakes to fill in the form on the website www.dnb.ru (hereinafter, the “Form”) within one working day from the date of the Agreement. The field marked by asterisk (*) are requisite. Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet shall create a profile of the Company in DUNS Registered (website www.dunsregistered.com) (hereinafter referred to as the “Profile”) on the basis of the completed form.
2.2. According to the requirements of Dun & Bradstreet, Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet independently indicate in the DUNS Registered and Dun & Bradstreet register the name of the Company in English using the transliteration rules adopted by Dun & Bradstreet. Inthis case, the name of the Company in English, indicated in the statutory documents, can be placed in the "trade name" field, which will be displayed in the report when ordering the Business Information Report.
2.3. Within five working days from receipt of a payment for the Services Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall introduce the profile of the Company into DUNS Registered and email the Company the link to the page in DUNS Registered which contains information on the Company. The Company shall be entitled to place the link in graphic form on its corporate website.
2.4. The Parties agree that the Services shall be deemed to have been performed in full on the date of introduction of information on the Company into DUNS Registered and provision of the Company with the correspondent link.
2.5. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall also include a rating data into the information on the Company in case when the Company discloses the following information:
• a copy of the balance sheet of the Company as of the last reporting date (Form according to OKUD 0710001) with the stamp of tax authority;
• a copy of the report on financial results of the Company as of the last reporting date (Form according to OKUD 0710002) with the stamp of tax authority.
2.6. The information on the Company shall be deemed to be obsolete and deleted automatically upon expiration of 1 (one) year from the date of entry of such information into DUNS Registered.
2.7. The Company shall obtain consent to processing of the personal data by Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet from the individuals the information on which is included by the Company in the Form. Such consent shall contain the right of Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet to process the mentioned data with the use of automation or without it, including the collection, recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, clarification (update, change), extraction, use, transfer (distribution, provision, access), depersonalization, blocking, deletion, destruction of personal data and the right to disclose this information to any third persons for the purposes of familiarization, including to transfer personal data outside the Russian Federation, to make it publicly available. If the Company fails to comply with its obligation provided herein the Company shall indemnify Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet for the sustained losses in full.

2.8. The information contained in the Form and in copies of the documents provided by the Company may be used by Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet by provision of such information to third persons including on a commercial basis.

3. FEES FOR THE SERVICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT
3.1. The fees for the Services shall be equal to 12480 (twelve thousand four hundred and eighty) rubles 00 kopecks, including 20% VAT in the amount of 2080 rubles 00 kopecks. The mentioned fee is payable in advance in full to the bank account specified herein. In the column "Purpose of payment" the Company shall specify "Payment for services "DUNS Registered" according to the offer placed on the Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet website in the Internet". The date of payment shall be the date when the account of Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet is credited with the correspondent funds.
3.2. The certificate of acceptance of the services and invoice shall be issued and sent to the Company at the address specified in the Form within 5 (five) calendar days from the day of completion of the Services. The Company shall sign the certificate of acceptance of the Services and mail it to Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet within 7 (seven) calendar days from the date of receipt of these documents. Prior sending of the certificate of acceptance of services to Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet by post the Company shall send a signed copy of such certificate via fax or e-mail (sending scan copies of documents).
3.3. Should the Company refuse to accept the Services the Company shall forward a signed motivated refusal to Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet within the term provided in Clause 3.2. Should Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet receive such refusal Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall remediate the deficiencies identified by the Company in the Services and forward the certificate of acceptance of the services to the Company.
3.4. Should the Company fail to provide Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet with the signed certificate of acceptance of the services or motivated refusal of acceptance of the Services, the Services shall be deemed to have been provided by Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet and accepted by the Company.

4. FORCE MAJEURE
4.1. The Parties shall not be liable for failure to perform or improper performance of the obligations hereunder as a result of force majeure within the meaning of p.3, art. 401 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.
4.2. For the purposes of this Agreement force majeure shall mean a cause or event that is not reasonably foreseeable or otherwise caused by or under the control of the Party claiming force majeure and such cause or event materially and adversely affects the ability of the Party to perform its obligations hereunder in whole or in part, including the actions of the government and public authorities; military operations, natural disasters, earthquakes, floods, fires, strikes, riots, embargoes, explosions, riots; amendments in civil or tax legislation, amendments in or adoption of a new legislation; sovereign default of the Russian Federation, the default of credit institutions in the Russian Federation, computer attacks such as DoS attack (denial-of-service attack) or a DDoS attack (distributed denial-of-service attack); accidents at the enterprises, network failures, power supply, inflicted damage on equipment ensuring the trouble-free operation of servers.
4.3. In the event of force majeure preventing the fulfillment of this Agreement, the term of performance of obligations hereunder shall be postponed for the duration of these circumstances. The party affected by force majeure shall notify the other Side in writing within three days.
4.4. In case of computer attacks such as DoS attack (denial-of-service attack) or DDoS attack (distributed denial-of-service attack), accidents, failures in the mains supply inflicted damage on equipment ensuring the trouble-free operation of servers, the affected Party undertakes to prove the fact of such circumstances.
4.5. The service of operation of information systems of “Interfax” Ltd. report signed by the head of such services or an authorized person shall be the proper evidence of the fact of computer attacks such as DoS attack (denial-of-service attack) or DDoS attack (distributed denial-of-service attack). The report shall contain the information on the date and time of such attacks as well as the number of IP addresses used for attack, number of illegitimate requests for information systems of Interfax per minute.
4.6. Certificates and other official documents which are undoubtedly prove an event of a force majeure shall be the proper evidence of such force majeure.
4.7. Should one of the Party fails to comply with its obligations hereunder due to the occurrence of force majeure the Parties will resolve all issues through negotiations.
5. SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS
5.1. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall provide the technical assistance to the Company on issues related to execution of the Agreement. Telephone: +7-495-646-21-14 from 9.30 a.m. 6.00 p.m. Moscow time on business days.
5.2. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall have the right to amend unilaterally the terms of this Agreement by making corresponding changes to the Agreement and posting a new version of this Agreement on the website of Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet on the Internet at the following address: http://dnb.ru, and the Company shall monitor such changes. The Company has been informed of the possibility of such changes, and agrees with such possibility. If the Company continues to receive the Services hereunder after such changes have been made, it means its unequivocal and unconditional acceptance of these changes. In case of disagreement of the Company with such changes and amendments the Company is entitled to unilaterally terminate the Agreement by serving a written notice not later than ten (10) working days prior the date of termination of this Agreement .
5.3. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet is obliged to notify the Company on entry into force of amendments to this Agreement not later than ten (10) working days prior the date of entry into force of such changes by publishing a correspondent information on the page of Interfax - Dun & Bradstreet in the Internet at the following address: http://dnb.ru
5.4. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall have the right to engage third parties for provision of the Services.
5.5. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet shall have the right to receive explanations from officers of the Company on the matters related to provision of the Services in any convenient form, including oral, by telephone and in writing by fax or by electronic means of communication (e-mail).
6. FINAL PROVISIONS
6.1. This Agreement and the rights of the Parties hereunder shall be governed, interpreted and enforced solely in accordance with and under the laws of the Russian Federation.
6.2. Any dispute arising out of this Agreement which is not settled by direct negotiations of the Parties shall be settled by the Arbitration Court of the city of Moscow.
6.3. This Agreement shall be effective from the date of acceptance of terms of the Agreement by the Company. This Agreement shall continue till both Parties fulfill their respective obligations as provided in the Agreement.
6.4. The Parties agree that all notices, requests, demands and other communications to be served under this Agreement or prior of conclusion hereof shall be effected by email (sending scanned copies of documents) or facsimile. The Parties shall recognize the documents received by means of fax or email as a legal equivalent of such documents until replacement of copies with the originals. In the case of discrepancies between the texts of the document send via email (sending scanned copies of documents) or facsimile and the text of the original document the text of the original document shall prevail.
6.5. After the exchange of documents via email (sending scanned copies of the documents) or facsimile, the Party issuing the documents shall within 2 (two) working days send the originals of these documents to the other Party for countersigning and the other Party is obliged within 2 (two) working days from the date of receipt of original documents to countersign them, stamp and send them back to the first Party.
6.6. Hereby the Company confirms that the Agreement is accepted by an authorized person.
7. Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet details:

Interfax – Dun & Bradstreet Limited Liability Company
INN 7710712238
KPP 771001001
Place of business: build. 1, 2, Pervaya Tverskaya-Yamskaya, Moscow, 127006
Postal address: build. 1, 2, Pervaya Tverskaya-Yamskaya, Moscow, 127006
settlement account 40702810300130000423 in VTB Bank, Moscow, correspondent account 30101810700000000187, BIK 044525187.
Telephone / fax: (495) 646-2114,

Version as of 20.04.2015

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