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SOCHI, May 21 (Itar-Tass) - Russian President Vladimir Putin gave several instructions to the leadership of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK) and expects a report on their fulfilment before October 15.
“First of all, this is the improvement of the corporative structure,” Putin said at a meeting over the OSK development. “We should work on the development of the program of management of the costs of production, conduct a financial economic audit of all concluded contracts in the State Defence Order and all major contracts with commercial organizations,” he said. “Secondly, we should conduct the audit of the programs of technical reequipping of the OSK key enterprises and prepare concrete proposals in this issue,” he added. “I ask you to report about the results of the work done to the government within three months,” he instructed.
Meanwhile, no later than on September 1 Putin urged to approve an OSK development strategy with due account of the approved state program over the development of the shipbuilding industry.
“I expect a report over the fulfilment of my instructions before October 15, 2013,” the president stated.