NEW DELHI, December 11. /TASS/. A ten-year portfolio of Russian nuclear corporation Rosatom’s export orders has made $100.3 billion, Rosatom chief Sergey Kiriyenko told reporters on Thursday.
“With due account of the deal inked with Hungary, the current ten-year portfolio of guaranteed revenues has made $100.3 billion,” he said, noting that the portfolio envisages construction of 27 nuclear power units.
The Russian state-run nuclear corporation sets a task for domestic saving and lower costs, Kiriyenko noted. “In particular, we plan to reduce the prime cost of main products which we manufacture by 30% for three years,” the nuclear chief said.
Rosatom agreed with the Moscow mayor’s office to cut industrial floors in the Russian capital, but did not note which concrete facilities were in view, he noted. “Not everything can be withdrawn from Moscow. This specifically concerns our high-tech productions,” Kiriyenko added.
He cited the bringing together of several nuclear institutes at one place in Moscow as an example of optimising.