Envoy says Donetsk Republic won’t agree to leave DebaltsevoWorld October 20, 21:42
IIHF chief Fasel: Appointing ex-Olympian as Russia’s sports minister an 'excellent choice'Sport October 20, 21:37
Militants in Aleppo are disrupting ceasefire and hindering evacuation, Lavrov tells KerryRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 21:25
Three Russian officers injured in gunmen's precision fire in SyriaWorld October 20, 21:09
Hungary’s foreign minister: Agreement between US, Russia only way to solve Syrian crisisWorld October 20, 20:38
Federal Guard Service refuses to comment on GPS problems near KremlinSociety & Culture October 20, 20:22
Lavrov: West lets Islamic State 'genie' out of bottle in Middle EastRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 19:45
Five years since Colonel Gaddafi’s death, Libya still floundering in turmoilWorld October 20, 19:03
Senior Russian MP outraged by Charlie Hebdo’s cartoon over Orthodox center in ParisRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 18:59
OMSK, July 20. /TASS/. Russia will finish import substitution in the field of polypropylene by 2030 and will start to export it, mainly to South-East Asia, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Monday.
"We assume that by 2030, 9 new bulk polymers production units will be launched. Aggregate investments will exceed 2.2 trillion rubles ($38.5 bln). This will allow boosting bulk polymers production volumes by 11.1 mln tonnes, and getting rid of import dependence on them," Novak said.
In particular, by 2030 Russia will face surplus of polypropylene production and will start to export it, to the countries of South-East Asia in the first place, he added.