March 23, 2014 13:33
Rosatom foreign contracts portfolio for ten years to exceed $100 billion by end of 2014
MOSCOW. March 23 (Interfax) - The 10-year foreign contracts portfolio of the state-run corporation Rosatom will exceed $100 billion by the end of 2014, Rosatom CEO Sergei Kiriyenko told a conference on nuclear energy on Friday.
"Our task is to bring the 10-year foreign contracts portfolio to over $100 billion by the end of this year," he said.
Kiriyenko said Rosatom already has contracts on 22 units and negotiations are being conducted on 29 units.
According to earlier reports, Rosatom's strategy for the period until 2030 envisions investment in an amount of $350 billion. Most of this investment will be used for the construction of nuclear power plants.
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