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MOSCOW, June 1. /TASS/. Russia’s Rosatom state-owned nuclear energy company plans to boost orders portfolio to $150 bln by 2020, the corporation reported Monday.
Rosatom plans to negotiate contracts worth $13 bln in 2015, First Deputy CEO for Corporate Development and International Business Kirill Komarov said Monday.
"We expect to negotiate new contracts worth $13 bln this year though this is just a plan, but in fact we may outstrip it," Komarov said.
As TASS reported earlier the company’s foreign orders portfolio surged in 2014 by $34 bln to top $101.4 bln.
In May 2015 Rosatom Chief Executive Officer Sergey Kirienko said in 2013 the corporation’s orders portfolio reached $72 bln, with that year’s orders having been implemented by already more than $5 bln.