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MOSCOW, September 27 (Itar-Tass) - Rosatom State Corporation hopes for Hungarian entrepreneurs’ aid to implementing its projects, Chief Localisation Officer of Rusatom Overseas Bulat Nureev said.
“In addition to nuclear energy, there are opportunities to develop cooperation in the field of renewable energy sources and thermal electric power stations,” Nureev said.
“The localisation has a positive impact on the development of the economy because it creates jobs and involves more taxes,” he said.
The first seminar devoted to the localisation was organised in Budapest in April 2013 with the participation of Hungarian companies, Nureev said, adding, “Two lists of enterprises, which can become Rosatom partners, will be made up.”
“Cooperation with Hungarian companies has a big potential. There are serious prospects for cooperation in machine-building to produce equipment, pump units, cooling and fire-fighting systems,” he said.
Rosatom also hopes that Hungarian companies “will be its partners in the future. They are capable of supplying equipment and services for projects in the field of nuclear and traditional energy”, the official said.