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MOSCOW, December 03, 22:21 /ITAR-TASS/. By entering international markets Rosatom Nuclear Energy Corporation opened broad opportunities for the development of a number of other industries, Mikhail Abyzov, Open Government liaison minister, told on Tuesday a plenary meeting held in the framework of ATOMEX 2013 international forum of nuclear industry.
“The nuclear industry now has a portfolio of long-term orders,” Abyzov said. “This offers huge opportunities for industries working within Russia for requirements of the nuclear industry to put advanced technologies and innovations on international markets,” Abyzov said.
He said the government considers measures of support for Russian nuclear export, also by using money of the National Welfare Fund.
Rosatom, Abyzov said, unlike other companies, is ahead of government schedules. From 2013 Rosatom began using the new federal bill on contractual system that is to go into effect as of January 1, 2014.